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The National Liquor Traders says all taverns must adhere to all liquor regulations

The National Liquor Traders says all taverns must adhere to all liquor regulations. This comes after the death of 21 teens at a tavern in the Eastern Cape. For more, those are the words of Director of the Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance in SA, Maurice Smithers.

  3 months ago ago
The National Liquor Traders says all taverns must adhere to all liquor regulations

JUSTICE

SAD: Owner Of Tavern To Face Criminal Charges For Serving Liquor To The 21 Killed Teenagers

The Eastern Cape Liquor Board says it will lay criminal allegations against the owner of the Enyobeni bar at Scenery Park in the Eastern Cape, where about 21 teenagers were killed on Sunday morning. The board says it has likewise disavowed the alcohol permit of the foundation. In an explanation, the Board's CEO Dr. Nombuyiselo Makala says the owner conspicuously contradicted the alcohol act by serving liquor to little children

  3 months ago ago
SAD: Owner Of Tavern To Face Criminal Charges For Serving Liquor To The 21 Killed Teenagers

SOCIETY

Good news for people who drink alcohol

The NLT will set out on an inoculation drive for bar proprietors on Tuesday in endeavor to persuade government to end a time of liquor boycotts. With an end goal to persuade the public authority to stop alcohol boycotts for great, the National Liquor Traders (NLT) in organization with Concerned Tshwane Liquor Traders Association (CTLTA) will set out on an inoculation drive for bar proprietors on Tuesday.

  11 months ago ago
Good news for people who drink alcohol

POLITICS

National Liquor Traders breaks their silence and drops unexpected bombshell to Cyril Ramaphosa

The National Liquor Traders' Council says it's willing to work with government to fight the pandemic.It says the state must keep to its promise and follow the science.They are also calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to talk to them about fighting the virus while saving jobs. The sector was hit hard by continuous booze bans as the country tried to curb the spread of the virus.This time around we won't obey another harsh lockdown,tired of being treated like prisoners.

  10 months ago ago
National Liquor Traders breaks their silence and drops unexpected bombshell to Cyril Ramaphosa

SOCIETY

Good news for Kwazulu-Natal booze sellers, see all here

It's good news for Kwazulu-Natal province booze sellers, as it is reported that the NLTA National Liquor Traders Association has pledged R2 million towards the Kwazulu-Natal booze sellers. Lucky Ntimane from the National Liquor Traders Association said that they are donating funds because many people lost their homes and many stores have been severely damaged.

  5 months ago ago
Good news for Kwazulu-Natal booze sellers, see all here

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Liquor Industry Will be Badly Impacted as Alcohol Sales Has Been Banned Again

It is not yet clear which institution or persons who advised President Cyril Ramaphosa to close down the sale of alcohol and worst of all, to impose level 4 of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions to South African citizens. Last year the lockdown restrictions that were imposed by the South African government they negatively impacted the economy and many businesses were forced to shut down, and this led to a number of households to lose their source of income.

  1 year ago ago
Liquor Industry Will be Badly Impacted as Alcohol Sales Has Been Banned Again

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Illicit traders are real winners in this budget - National Liquor Traders

The National liquor investors say they may be upset with the will increase in alcohol and tobacco merchandise introduced through Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana on Wednesday. Delivering his maiden budget speech, Godongwana introduced that excise obligations on alcohol and tobacco will growth by way of between four.Five% and six.Five% from Wednesday.

  7 months ago ago
Illicit traders are real winners in this budget - National Liquor Traders

SOCIETY

Alcohol ban lifted, good news for alcohol consumers

The National Liquor Traders (NLT) have approached President Cyril Ramaphosa to lift the prohibition on liquor and to set our country towards monetary recuperation immediately. "The most recent 4-week liquor boycott that the bars and the more extensive liquor industry have been exposed to has been the harshest yet, well beyond the 20 weeks of non-exchanging that we needed to suffer from the 3 past boycotts joined.

  1 year ago ago
Alcohol ban lifted, good news for alcohol consumers

HEALTH

[BREAKING NEWS] President Ramaphosa To Address The Nation

The president is expected to address the nation tonight at 20h00 on the countries response to COVID-19.There has been 1 061 reported deaths in GAUTENG over the past 7 days, an increase of 39%. In the past 24 hours the country has recorded 21 610 new cases.

  1 year ago ago
[BREAKING NEWS] President Ramaphosa To Address The Nation

JUSTICE

Bad Idea: SA’s Liquor Industry Calls for a State of Emergency

The National Liquor Traders (NLT) and the South Africa Liquor Brand Owners Association (SALBA) have written a letter to President Cyril Ramphosa wherein they request the President and government to declare a national state of emergency. This request from SALBA and NLT comes after more than 200 liquor stores and warehouses were looted out of their stock.

  1 year ago ago
Bad Idea: SA’s Liquor Industry Calls for a State of Emergency

HEALTH

South Africa: Special News For Alcohol Drinkers

South African liquor traders have called for heightened Covid-19 compliance amid concerns that a fourth wave of the pandemic might hit the country in December 2021. The industry urged the government not to impose any further alcohol bans in its fight against the pandemic. The National Liquor Traders (NLT) held tavern rallies across the country where vaccinations were administered to liquor traders and patrons recently in a bid to take the lead in the fight against the pandemic.

  10 months ago ago
South Africa: Special News For Alcohol Drinkers

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Just in- Liquor traders have made demands to Ramaphosa

LOCKDOWN FEARS: Liquor traders urge Ramaphosa to follow science (msn.com) The National Liquor Traders (NLC) association has approached the public authority to guarantee that it is directed by science and that it has an arrangement to manage the Omicron variation of Covid-19 without exposing the nation to "superfluous lockdowns"

  9 months ago ago
Just in- Liquor traders have made demands to Ramaphosa

SOCIETY

Instead of uplifting the alcohol ban, it was extended and South Africans get more furious

Instead of uplifting the alcohol ban, it was extended and South Africans get more furious The liquor industry was waiting for good news from, Mr President but it could not go the expected way. The latest alcohol sales ban has come to liquor companies as an extended loss.

  1 year ago ago
Instead of uplifting the alcohol ban, it was extended and South Africans get more furious

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Liquor Industry cries for relief as potential sales ban extension looms

South Africa's bar proprietors have joined the alcohol business' calls for alleviation, encouraging area specialists to defer yearly permit expenses for retailers and for brokers to be permitted to sell liquor for home utilization. On Tuesday, the National Liquor Traders (NLT) said yearly bar permit expenses get R180 million and a normal permit costs R5 000.

  1 year ago ago
Liquor Industry cries for relief as potential sales ban extension looms

ECONOMY-FINANCE

'We are on our knees'–Liquor traders want Cyril Ramaphosa to partially lift booze ban

The National Liquor Traders has written to Cyril Ramaphosa and other ministers to ask for a partial lifting of the alcohol sales ban during the Covid–19 lockdown. As well as financial relief for members of the industry who are being driven to poverty. The letter written by Convenor Lucky Ntimane on 10 July.

  1 year ago ago
'We are on our knees'–Liquor traders want Cyril Ramaphosa to partially lift booze ban

JUSTICE

Backing from bars, shebeens for National Liquor Traders' mission against liquor boycotts

Pretoria - The National Liquor Traders' (NLT) crusade against additional restrictions on the offer of liquor during the Covid-19 lockdowns by the public authority was taken to the City of Tshwane, where it got support from neighborhood bar and shebeen proprietors. This was during an assembly facilitated in Mamelodi, where the alcohol brokers united to emphasize their position against additional restrictions on the offer of liquor.

  11 months ago ago
Backing from bars, shebeens for National Liquor Traders' mission against liquor boycotts

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Here Is The Latest Update Regarding The Ban of Alcohol

http://ewn.co.za/w8r38 CAPE TOWN - South Africa's alcohol industry is disillusioned that brokers will not have the option to sell liquor for essentially an additional fourteen days. President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday night reported a 14-day expansion of changed level four lockdown guidelines, which implies an additional fourteen days of the alcohol boycott.

  1 year ago ago
Here Is The Latest Update Regarding The Ban of Alcohol

SOCIETY

Tavern owners launch vaccine drive, call for an end to booze bans for good

With an end goal to persuade the public authority to stop alcohol boycotts for great, the National Liquor Traders (NLT) in organization with Concerned Tshwane Liquor Traders Association (CTLTA), will leave on an immunization drive for bar proprietors on Tuesday. The NLT will have a Tavern Rally under the topic "No More Alcohol Bans"!

  11 months ago ago
Tavern owners launch vaccine drive, call for an end to booze bans for good

POLITICS

National Liquor Traders: The term 'sin tax' is unconstitutional, stop using it

JOHANNESBURG - National Liquor Traders convener Lucky Ntimane stated human beings need to forestall announcing sin taxes as that time period changed into unconstitutional. The organization stated they have been dissatisfied with the will increase in alcohol and tobacco merchandise introduced through Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana on Wednesday. Delivering his maiden Budget Speech, Godongwana introduced that excise responsibilities on alcohol and tobacco might growth through among 4.5% and 6.5% from Wednesday.

  7 months ago ago
National Liquor Traders: The term 'sin tax' is unconstitutional, stop using it

SOCIETY

Open Up Takeaway Alcohol Sales, Liquor Body Asks Ramaphosa Ahead Of National Address

The National Liquor Traders has requested that President Cyril Ramaphosa permit takeaway liquor deals when new Covid-19 guidelines are delivered. Ramaphosa will address the country on Sunday, fourteen days after he declared the presentation of lockdown level 4 limitations. As a component of those new guidelines, the offer of liquor was totally prohibited.

  1 year ago ago
Open Up Takeaway Alcohol Sales, Liquor Body Asks Ramaphosa Ahead Of National Address