CDC muzzles bars, churches, gatherings

Serowe Police Station commander, Superintendent Poloko Oteng. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Serowe Police Station commander, Superintendent Poloko Oteng. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Bar-hopping around Serowe over the weekend could leave one thinking they stumbled upon a neighbour's funeral with entertainment establishments playing music at minimal volume.

This is also the case with weddings and churches, owing to the strict implementation of the Liquor Act and bylaws on noise and public nuisance by the Central District Council.

While business people and members of the public are crying foul, police say they are enforcing existing laws to maintain peace and harmony. “We were just told that music should only be played at a low volume just for those who are inside the bar.

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