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Liquor Licencing

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Mandate

 

The mandate of the Eastern Cape Liquor Board is summarized as follows 

  • To register the retail sale and micro – manufacturing of liquor in the Eastern Cape Province. 
  • To encourage and support the liquor industry. 
  • To manage and reduce the socio- economic effects of excessive alcohol consumption. 
  • To develop new entrants in the liquor industry. 
WHO MAY APPLY FOR A LIQUOR LICENCE ?
  1. Any solvent person over the age of 18.
  2. An individual of sound mind.
  3. A company registered in terms of provisions of the Companies Act.
  4. A Trust, in which the majority of the trustees having the control-ling power, are South African citizens or a Trust in which the majority of the beneficial interests are held by persons who are South African citizens.
  5. A partner, co - director, co - trustee or beneficiary of any person, who in terms of the Act, is qualified and competent to register.
TYPES OF APPLICATION
  1. New application.
  2. Transfer of registration.
  3. Removal of registration.
  4. Appointment of a manager.
  5. Procuring a controlling interest.
  6. Special event.

LICENCING FEES

Liquor licensing fees to increase with effect from 1 April, 2014

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The function of the ECLB is to regulate the registration of retail sales and micro-manufacturing of liquor in the province

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