KZN liquor licencing fees effective 1st April 2022 (pages 252 to 254)

The MEC for Economic Development has published the final KZN liquor licencing fee schedule which come into effect on the 1st April 2022.

Unfortunately they do not publish stand-alone documents but the relevant pages are from page 252 to 254.

Page 252 indicates the schedules which are self-explanatory and divided across categories of establishments and across specific documents types.

The updated and amended KZN on and off consumption liquor licencing fee schedule provides for applications, transfers, removals, managerial appointments, structural alterations, storage, tasting, copies of documents and appeals.

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