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After the Yeoville judgment, a way forward

The time has come for by-laws to change to accommodate township trade

The Liquor Board encourages shebeen permit holders to apply for liquor licenses and invite municipalities to come to their public meetings to talk about by-laws.

  • by Spotong
  • Jan 1, 2019
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Shebeen owners must also enjoy the right to trade

Refusal to hand over letters of local authority approval to shebeen traders is based on racist law, and is morally wrong

These set of rights are extended to all citizens, including shebeen owners or people trading in liquor using shebeen permits – which is a fair number of liquor traders in townships, at least throughout Gauteng.

  • by Spotong
  • May 16, 2018
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Mpumalanga liquor law

Mpumalanga Liquor Authority Tightens the Loop

Mpumalanga have approved less than 10% of the liquor licenses lodged in the 2012/13 financial year. The province was known to be one of the provinces where it was easiest to get a liquor license.

  • by Spotong
  • Sep 16, 2013
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Illegal traders

Getting a license

Get Your License, Start Trading!

After Gauteng imposed a moratorium on the application and issuing of new liquor licenses late last year, a total of 78 outlets were shut down after they were found to be operating illegally.

  • by Spotong
  • May 16, 2012
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Responsible Trading

Traders promote good drinking habit

It must be quite annoying to have to tolerate loud and obnoxious drunkards every evening. You know the ones who lean on your fence and urinate at every street corner in your neighbourhood.

  • by Spotong
  • Apr 25, 2013
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