PLEASE KINDLY NOTE THAT IN TERMS OF REGULATIONS PROMULGATED BY THE MINISTER OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS, ON THE 28TH OF MAY 2020, IN TERMS OF THE NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT 57 OF 2002, REGULATION 44 NOW PERMITS VALID LICENCE HOLDERS ON AND OFF CONSUMPTION PREMISES TO TRADE IN LIQUOR ON AN OFF CONSUMPTION BASIS,DURING LEVEL 3 AS FROM MONDAY: 01 JUNE 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS FOLLOWS:
1. The sale of liquor will be allowed Mondays to Thursdays: 09:00 to 17:00
2. There will be NO trading permitted on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays as well as public holidays.
3. All liquor licence holders are hereby reminded that strictly NO consumption of liquor is permitted on the premises. Before any liquor may be sold by any licence holder, Covid19 Health Regulations must be strictly adhered to as follows:
3.1 Social Distancing requirements must be observed as allowed by the floor space of the licensed outlet to observe the distance of 1,5 metres between customers both inside and outside the licensed premises.
3.2 All patrons entering the licensed premises must be screened and those who show the high temperature of 37 and more should return and not be allowed inside
3.3 All persons inside the premises must wear the prescribed masks covering the mouth and the nose
3.4 No customer should be allowed to enter the licensed premises without wearing a mask and MUST have his/her hands sanitised at the liquor premises, before entry.
A STERN WARNING: ANY LICENCE HOLDER WHO IS FOUND TO HAVE CONTRAVENED ANY OF THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS AND/OR LICENCE CONDITIONS AND THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT WILL HAVE THEIR LICENCE SUSPENDED UNTIL THE END OF THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD AND LIQUOR WILL BE SUBJECTED TO CONFISCATION BY THE SAPS AND THE ECLB
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