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08:20 (GMT+2) Wed, 12 Oct 2016
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A proposed amendment to the law will allow Western Cape schools to sell alcoholic drinks on school grounds during events where adults are present, such as sports and functions. Should schools be allowed to sell alcohol to adults at functions?

Absolutely not, school should be a safe place for children.
Yes, parents should know their limits and not misbehave.
Adults are drinking at school sports functions anyway, the school may as well make money out of it.