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South Africans still sweet on sugary drinks despite fat tax

Monday, April 18, 2016 - 05:50

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South Africa plans a new "fat tax" on sugary drinks to combat an obesity epidemic - but sweet-toothed consumers say its chances are slim of making them cut down.

Johannesburg

SOUTH Africa plans a new "fat tax" on sugary drinks to combat an obesity epidemic - but sweet-toothed consumers say its chances are slim of making them cut down.

Ranked as one of the most obese nations on the continent, South Africa is joining a growing list of

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