⦁ Name/s of applicant
⦁ Identity number
⦁ Race of applicant
The application documents must be structured in very specific ways, failing which liquor boards send back queries that slow down the process. With our expertise in drafting and legal process we have the means to ensure that there are no unnecessary delays and frustrations.
The National Liquor Authority is a regulatory body within the Department of Trade and Industry responsible for administering The National Liquor Act 2003 (Act No.59 of 2003).
NLA is responsible for the regulation of macro manufacturers and distributors of liquor.
A macro manufacturer is a person or entity that manufactures liquor above the prescribed volume thresholds i.e.
Beer: 100 million litres
Sorghum beer: 50 million litres
Wine: 4 million litres
Spirits: 2 million litres
Yes. There is a set of prescribed fees for various types of transactions, for example for new application, an annual renewal fee, transfers, relocation's and alterations of registered activities.
Yes, relocation can be made by filing NLA 14 and paying the prescribed relocation fees of R1500 (minimum) depending on the threshold. (See prescribed fees). The application will be considered and granted if all the relocation requirements are met, for example premises relocated to a zoned area.
A business zoning certificate for industrial purposed or a consent letter from the relevant municipality or a consent letter from the traditional authority in an area which is under a traditional authority.
No. If your liquor registration has been cancelled you cannot continue to trade. Trading without a license is an offence punishable by law.