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ALCOHOL SALE REMAINS PROHIBITED AND ILLEGAL UNDER ALERT LEVEL 4

The sale of alcohol remains prohibited under Alert level 4 as stipulated in terms of the revised Regulation 44 of the National Disaster Management Act.

 

This means that the sale, dispensing and distribution of liquor is still not allowed.

 

We, therefore, urge liquor traders to comply with this regulation, which is largely intended to reduce the escalating cases of Covid 19 infections of the new variant attacking the country.

 

We, therefore, send a strong word of caution to people who are selling alcohol illegally during this period, as it is against the law.

 

We also call on members of the public to refrain from consuming home- brewed beer mixed with methylated spirits as this may endanger them.

 

The Eastern Cape Liquor Board, in collaboration with various law enforcement agencies, will continue to monitor compliance with the new regulations, and where transgressions are identified, necessary steps will be taken to curb such behaviour.

 

Members of the community are encouraged to report cases of non-compliance with liquor regulations to the nearest police station or call Eastern Cape Liquor Board Toll Free Number 080 000 0420 or WhatsApp number 076 403 6223.

 

For further clarities regarding this matter, please contact ECLB Spokesperson, Mgwebi Msiya at 060 501 6418, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

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ALCOHOL SALE REMAINS PROHIBITED AND ILLEGAL UNDER ALERT LEVEL 4

The sale of alcohol remains prohibited under Alert level 4 as stipulated in terms of the revised Regulation 44 of the National Disaster Management Act. 

EASTERN CAPE LIQUOR BOARD NOTES THE SUSPENSION OF LIQUOR SALE AND WARNS COMMUNITIES AGAINST SALE OF ILLICIT SPIRITS AND HOME-MADE BEER

The Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) has noted the moving of the country to Alert Level 4 with the immediate suspension of sale of liquor for the next fourteen days.

 

We, therefore, urge all liquor traders to strictly adhere to the new regulations and refrain from selling liquor in their establishments.

 

Communities are also cautioned against the tendency of producing and selling the home-made beer.

 

During the previous bans of liquor sale, people resorted to the consumption of lethal home-made beer, which resulted in the death of many people in the Eastern Cape.

 

People are urged to protect themselves against the consumption of the deadly home-made beer. Furthermore, we wish to admonish communities against the sale of illicit substances that have escalated during the suspension of liquor sale in the past.

 

A stern action will be taken against anyone who is found in violation of the regulations by selling these illicit substances.

 

Our liquor Inspectors in collaboration with the SAPS will be all over the province monitoring any potential contravention of the liquor sale regulations.

 

The ECLB liquor inspectors, in collaboration with various law enforcement agencies, will closely monitor compliance with the new regulations, and where transgressions are identified, necessary steps will be taken to curb such behaviour.

 

Members of the public are encouraged to report cases of non-compliance with liquor regulations to the nearest police station or call Eastern Cape Liquor Board Complaints Toll Free Number 080 000 0420 or send a WhatsApp message to 076 403 6223.

 

For further enquiries, you can contact Mgwebi Msiya @ 060 501 6418/ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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EASTERN CAPE LIQUOR BOARD ENCOURAGES YOUNG PEOPLE TO EMULATE THE YOUTH OF 1976 BY ABSTAINING FROM ALCOHOL ABUSE

In commemorating June Month, Eastern Cape Liquor Board urges young people of the Eastern Cape to follow on the footsteps of the 1976 youth by prioritising education and abstaining from alcohol abuse.

EASTERN CAPE LIQUOR BOARD URGES COMMUNITIES TO PLAY AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE ISSUING OF A LIQUOR LICENSE IN THEIR RESPECTIVE AREAS

The Eastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) would like to encourage communities to use their constitutional right to be part of the decision-making in the issuing of a liquor license through a community consultation process.

ECLB URGES LIQUOR TRADERS TO BE VIGILANT FOR  THE THIRD WAVE COVID 19 OUTBREAK

In view of the looming Third Wave and recent proclamation of Adjusted Level 2 Lockdown, the Eastern Cape Liquor Board urges all liquor traders to adhere to Covid 19 health protocols, which include social distancing, wearing of masks and hand washing (sanitising).

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The function of the ECLB is to regulate the registration of retail sales and micro-manufacturing of liquor in the province

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