incorrigibleThe 'nice' word for someone (or government) that never learns from their mistakes is “incorrigible” which is defined as a person (or government) that is not able to be corrected, improved or reformed.South Africa banned cigarettes and alcohol during the pandemic. Predictably, The sales bans may also have had a more limited effect on consumption than was expected. Though the sale of legal, tax-paid tobacco came to a halt, there is evidence that many smokers purchased illicit, tax-evading alternatives on a large scale. A recent study by the University of Cape Town found that more than nine out of 10 smokers continued to purchase cigarettes despite the sales ban.The tobacco ban appears to have strengthened the illicit trade in cigarettes, possibly permanently. With no tobacco
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