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VPASA About South Africa’s Proposed Tobacco Bill

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The Bill is expected to propose stricter vaping regulations, and restrictions on the use, marketing, and sales of certain tobacco products in South Africa.The...

South Africa’s New Tobacco Control Bill Regulates E-Cigarettes

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The new Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill, was first announced last May by Deputy Health Minister Joe Phaahla, and is...

SA Could See Another Raise in Illicit Trade Due to New...

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Taking place at the latest Vaping Conversations diginar of 2020, the discussion around the repercussions of a vape tax followed an announcement by Finance...

SA: As Tobacco Restrictions Are Lifted People Queue Outside Shops

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally, this had angered...

Phillip Morris: SA’s Cigarette Ban Misses Opportunity to Promote Safer Alternatives

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally, this had angered...

South Africa: Big Tobacco Sues Government Over Tobacco Ban

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally, this had angered...

South Africa’s Updated Tobacco/Nicotine Lockdown Restrictions

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally, this had angered...

South Africa’s COVID-19 Tobacco Ban Has Backfired As Predicted

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally this had many...

SA’s E-Cig Industry Demands Disassociation From Tobacco Sector 

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On the 27th of March, South African authorities banned the sales of cigarettes as part of the current COVID-19 lockdown. Subsequently as restrictions were...