South Africans among Africa's biggest drinkers

Africa Check have confirmed that South Africa is on the top 6 of Africa's biggest drinkers list.

According to the World Health Organisation, each South African older than 15-years consumes about 11 liters of alcohol per year.

Southern Africa Report editor, Crystal Orderson, says Namibia, Botswana, Rwanda, Gabon and Nigeria are also on the list.

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