Liquor traders in Chipata cautioned against operating without a licence.

Liquor traders who will be found trading without licences in Chipata district risk having their businesses closed.
And Chipata Municipal Council has approved 138 liquor trading licences.
Public Relations Officer, Taonga Kaonga says that this means that only 138 liquor shops are legalised in Chipata district.
Ms. Kaonga says that the legalised liquor shops will also be given medical certificates for food handlers.
She says that the operation hours for liquor traders should be observed as per law from 10 hours to 22 hours every day.
Ms. Kaonga says that the council will immediately close down all liquor shops without trading licences.

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