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Cape Town wants to increase the cost of liquor as part of stricter alcohol laws

Source: https://businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/442888/cape-town-wants-to-incr...

The Western Cape government is considering stricter rules around the sale of liquor as the province continues to combat the abuse of alcohol and its knock-on effects.

Premier Alan Winde told the Western Cape Legislature on Thursday (22 October), that the Western Cape has “a deadly relationship with alcohol that must be urgently addressed”.

Alcohol industry cuts off supplies to traders flouting the regulations

Source: https://risingsunoverport.co.za/92274/alcohol-industry-cuts-off-supplies...

The industry has seen the devastating impact of the ban on the value chain. It has put in place responsible practices and forms of behaviour to trade responsibly to ensure that they protect the livelihoods of many thousands of people across the industry’s value chain.

Four arrested for selling liquor without licence

Source: https://germistoncitynews.co.za/266724/four-arrested-for-selling-liquor-...

Four suspects were arrested for selling liquor without a licence during an operation conducted in Makause, Marathon and Delport informal settlements on October 10.

“The operation was to address gender-based violence and other serious crimes, including murder, in informal settlements,” said Primrose spokesperson Sgt Styles Maome.

CAPE TOWN RESTAURANTS DISAPPOINTED AS ALCOHOL BAN MATTER POSTPONED

Source:https://ewn.co.za/2020/08/12/cape-town-restaurants-disappointed-as-alcohol-ban-matter-postponed

The applicants want all eateries with a valid liquor licence to be allowed to serve alcohol for on-site consumption.

CAPE TOWN - A group of Cape Town restaurants set to challenge the national lockdown regulations in court are disappointed that their case will only be heard at the end of the month.

The knock-on impact of South Africa’s alcohol ban – and how it could be challenged in court

Source: https://businesstech.co.za/news/business/418745/the-knock-on-impact-of-south-africas-alcohol-ban-and-how-it-could-be-challenged-in-court/

On 12 July President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the reinstatement of the ban on the sale, dispensing and distribution of liquor with immediate effect.

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