E-cigarettes are becoming more and more popular among minors
Cape Town – Western Cape Education Department raises concerns over the rising number of young children caught in possession of e-cigarettes.
Children as young as 11-year-old were reportedly found experimenting with e-cigarettes on school grounds, while more cases like these go unreported.
This calls for immediate regulation of e-cigarettes in South Africa to protect children from harm caused by highly addictive nicotine and tobacco products that pose serious health risks.
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