King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality Liquor Trading By-Law

The By-Law, which comes into effect on the date of publication (22 January 2024), applies to all retail on and off consumption liquor licenced establishments operating within the boundary of the municipality and it has replaced the By-Law published back in December 2010.

 
The By-Law provides for, amongst others – definitions; trading days and hours for the sale and consumption of liquor both off and on the licensed premises; applications for the extension of trading hours; the suspension of extended trading hours; safety & security requirements; the display of signage; weapons; nuisances; appeals; offences and penalties.

King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality Liquor Trading By-Law published 22 January 2024

Application
The By-Law, which comes into effect on the date of publication, applies to all retail on and off consumption liquor licenced establishments operating within the boundary of the municipality and it has replaced the By-Law published back in December 2010.

Content
The By-Law provides for, amongst others – definitions; trading days and hours for the sale and consumption of liquor both off and on the licensed premises; applications for the extension of trading hours; the suspension of extended trading hours; safety & security requirements; the display of signage; weapons; nuisances; appeals; offences and penalties.

Special Note
Liquor licence holders should take particular note of the following requirements [amongst others], –

  • The trading days and hours schedule is set out by category of premises (guest accommodation, business premises, sports clubs,  hotels, casinos) and by location of the licenced premises in terms of land zoning (residential, mixed use areas, general business, industrial, agricultural, small holding and other)
  • The application for extended trading hours (if required)
  • The display of certificates & signage
  • Weapons free environment
  • Special/mandatory conditions – eg security at all entrances [provision 15(c)]

Gazette
Document attached – Liquor By-Law from page 189 to 212.

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