More than one in 10 (11.3%) of urban adults have tried e-cigarettes and 4% are regular users, according to a new study released by University of Cape Town (UCT) on Tuesday.

Its publication comes as MPs are poised to begin work on the Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Control Bill, which proposes tightening current antismoking laws and for the first time regulating e-cigarettes...

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