This is a summary of all valid liquor licences in the Western Cape as of August 2003 to current.
(Act) No. 59 of 2003Department of Trade and Industry (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The act provides for essential national standards and minimum standards required for the rendering of services. It also provides for measures to promote co-operative government in the area of liquor regulation.
(Bill) (File type: pdf; size: 109.13 KB)27 March 2003Department of Trade and Industry (National) (The Government of South Africa)
This bill aims to establish national norms and standards in order to maintain economic unity within the liquor industry so as to provide for essential national standards and minimum standards. It also aims to regulate the micro-manufacture or the retail sale of liquor for consumption as well as promoting co-operative government in the area of liquor regulation.
(Policies) Department of Trade and Industry (National) (The Government of South Africa)
The policy recognises that use and abuse of liquor and using alcohol as a form of social and economic control are serious problems that need to be redressed. The policy aims to regulate the production, distribution and sale of liquor and to control the economic and social costs of excessive alcohol consumption through restructuring the liquor industry, incorporating socio-economic goals, and developing a new institutional framework for regulation of the liquor industry.
These are the agendas for the meetings of the Western Cape Liquor Authority for 2014. Each Agenda lists the liquor licence applications that the Authority has discussed or will be discussing at the meeting.