Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Two liquor establishment closed by the WC Liquor Authority

Loyiso Langeni
18 February 2014

Two errant liquor licence holders had their establishment closed down by the Western Cape Liquor Authority and a further two outlets received harsh penalties for selling alcohol outside of their trading hours. 

MEC of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism Alan Winde said over the past three months starting from December last year three outlets in Woodstock, Elsie’s River and Mitchell’s Plain lost their trading license. 

Ministerial Spokesperson Bronwynne Jooste said MEC Winde has congratulated the Liquor Authority for their efforts in bringing alcohol establishments to book for breaking the law.

Jooste said the MEC said this is clear message to license holders that irresponsible trading will not be tolerated.  In addition the authorities hosting programmes are being held for all licenses holders to make sure that they are aware of the liquor act.   



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