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The number of people who have died after drinking an illegal, home-brewed alcoholic concoction has risen to six.
Police said the latest victim, a 36-year-old woman, died yesterday morning at Port Shepstone Hospital.
Her death comes a few days after five people - a woman and four men aged between 30 and 45 - died in Mayigogo on the KwaZulu-Natal south coast.
They died after drinking the concoction on Saturday afternoon. Their bodies were found in their homes the next day.
The victims had complained about severe stomach cramps.
A police spokesman, Gerald Mfeka, called on the community to stop drinking isiqatha because it contained dangerous ingredients - some people brew it from a mixture of battery water and rotten bread.
He said it was cheap but dangerous.
"It's a criminal offence to sell it and it's more dangerous than the traditional Zulu beer."
Leon Mbangwa, spokesman for the provincial department of health, said: "It might not kill you instantly, but as time goes on the pain starts."