Pretoria – Cabinet has approved the publication of the National Liquor Amendment Bill of 2016 for wider public consultation, Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, said on Thursday. Briefing media following Cabinet’s fortnightly meeting, Minister Radebe said the bill amends the National Liquor Act of 2003. “This was approved together… Read more »
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The full effect of the UK’s departure will be difficult to predict. One of the most notable short-term implications has been the marked devaluation of the British pound, while the need to negotiate trade agreements – and the uncertainty that this creates for everyone – looms in the longer term. This will have critical implications… Read more »
Have a look at what we have been up to in recent months
Mandela Day 2016
Each year, SALBA takes on a project to make a difference for 67 minutes, to honour the late, great, Nelson Mandela.
Brandhouse Media Awards
Winners of the 2014 brandhouse Responsible Drinking Media Awards announced
World Spirits Alliance
Meeting with the South African Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organisation in Geneva.
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