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Level 1: Alcohol industry concerned about off-consumption restrictions
Level 1: Alcohol industry concerned about off-consumption restrictionsArticle

South Africa's alcohol industry welcomed last night's announcement by the government to place the entire country on Alert Level 1, but raised concerns about the continued restrictions for off-consumption sales...

17 Sep 2020

Heineken South Africa Women's Month entrepreneur - Sibu Mabena, founder of Duma Collective
Heineken South Africa Women's Month entrepreneur - Sibu Mabena, founder of Duma CollectiveArticle

This #WomensMonth, Heineken South Africa has partnered with Bizcommunity to showcase the phenomenal work and impact of women entrepreneurs such as Duma Collective founder Sibu Mabena...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 27 Aug 2020

#WomensMonth: Heineken South Africa celebrates phenomenal entrepreneurs
#WomensMonth: Heineken South Africa celebrates phenomenal entrepreneursArticle

A group of entrepreneurs selected by Heineken will receive a complementary online advertising package with a total value of R90,000 to promote their businesses on Bizcommunity...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 24 Aug 2020

Heineken SA entrepreneur profiles for Women's Month: Apiwe Nxusani-Mawela, CEO of Brewsters Craft
Heineken SA entrepreneur profiles for Women's Month: Apiwe Nxusani-Mawela, CEO of Brewsters CraftArticle

This #WomensMonth, Heineken South Africa has partnered with Bizcommunity to showcase the phenomenal work and impact of women entrepreneurs such as Apiwe Nxusani-Mawela...

Issued by Heineken South Africa 19 Aug 2020

Alcohol ban dampens SAB and Heineken's investment ambitions
Alcohol ban dampens SAB and Heineken's investment ambitionsArticle

SAB has halted R5bn in investments in South Africa over the next two years, while Heineken SA is reevaluating plans to establish a new major production facility in KwaZulu-Natal...

4 Aug 2020

Liquor traders, restaurants plead with govt to lift alcohol ban
Liquor traders, restaurants plead with govt to lift alcohol banArticle

Industry bodies representing South Africa's alcohol and restaurant industries have requested for the sale of liquor to resume based on a set of conditions to be agreed by both parties...

22 Jul 2020

When good intentions go bad - an alcohol prohibition history lesson
When good intentions go bad - an alcohol prohibition history lessonArticle

The banning of alcohol sales during lockdown was initially intended to help protect communities, but reality has set in and the outcomes remind us of costly lessons learned...

Hellen Ndlovu 5 May 2020

26% of alcohol consumed globally is illicit
26% of alcohol consumed globally is illicitArticle

A new Euromonitor International report reveals that one in every four bottles of alcohol that's consumed is illicit.

25 Oct 2018

Amendment to Liquor Products Act widely welcomed
Amendment to Liquor Products Act widely welcomedArticle

The Liquor Products Amendment Bill has been widely welcomed by alcohol industry players who say it will go a long way to curbing illicit trade...

Bekezela Phakathi 16 Aug 2017

Booze law fortnight extension
Booze law fortnight extensionArticle

The Department of Trade and Industry has extended the deadline for submissions on amendments to the National Liquor Act after requests from traders and producers...

31 Oct 2016

New association to fight illicit tobacco trade
New association to fight illicit tobacco tradeArticle

British American Tobacco, Imperial Tobacco Group, Japan Tobacco International and Philip Morris International launched the Digital Coding and Tracking Association (DCTA) on 22 May 2013, to promote international standards and digital technologies to help governments fight smuggling, counterfeiting and tax evasion.

23 May 2013

End of proposed Sunday alcohol ban welcomedArticle

Brandhouse Beverages welcomes the decision by Gauteng Economic Development MEC, Nkosiphendule Kolisile to withdraw the proposal to prohibit the sale of alcohol on Sunday.

16 May 2013

Illicit alcohol still skirting sin taxes with negative impact
Illicit alcohol still skirting sin taxes with negative impactArticle

The imposition of higher taxes on alcohol and legislation, such as the proposed ad ban and the Gauteng Liquor Act, focuses on the regulated industry, but not much is being done to address issues that stem from the non-regulated industry.

Adrian Botha 1 Mar 2013

Beware of illicit alcohol - it can killArticle

South Africans have been urged to be vigilant when it comes to buying alcohol - particularly if it is extraordinary cheap - because legitimate alcohol products are subject to various levels of criminal exploitation when high excise duties and taxation are deliberately being circumvented.

10 Jul 2012

Row brews over Moroccan alcohol lawArticle

RABAT, MOROCCO: A row is brewing in Morocco over the sensitive issue of selling alcohol to Moroccan Muslims, which is banned by a law that is broken openly every day.

16 Feb 2010

'Ban alcohol adverts' - ANCYLArticle

The ANCYL has launched a campaign to ban alcohol advertisements in all media channels.

Kingdom Mabuza 4 Nov 2009

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