Brexit Q&A – by Michael Mokhoro – SALBA Stakeholder Relations What is the implication of BREXIT to the South African Wine Industry? – South African Wines would not be exercising the preference it enjoys with SADC – EPA (Economic partnership Agreement) in terms of the allocation of quota. South African Wines will have to compete… Read more »
SALBA Members are urged to note that the re-allocation of the wine export quotas is scheduled for June 2019 with the implementation of the re – allocation effective from 01 July 2019. Exporters will be afforded an opportunity to motivate to retain their quota from 20 May 2019 to 14 June 2019. Exporters must motivate… Read more »
Have a look at what we have been up to in recent months
World Wine Trade Group 2019
SALBA had the opportunity to attend the meeting that represented a
a significant moment for the Group, Its 20th Anniversary, since its creation in 1998.
It presented an important opportunity for WWTG industry and government
representatives to continue working together with the aim to facilitate the
international trade of wine, in line with the vision of the Group for a successful,
competitive and growing global wine industry.
Mandela Day 2018
Each year, SALBA takes on a project to make a difference for 67 minutes, to honour the late, great, Nelson Mandela. This year SALBA visited New Life Center (www.newlifecentre.co.za) which is a home to pregnant women/girls in crisis and in the event of an unplanned pregnancy,Furthermore New life Center offers correct counsel and support to the pregnant girls/women. The New Life Centre is far more than a place of safety, it is a place of refuge where healing takes place.
Brandhouse Media Awards
Winners of the 2014 brandhouse Responsible Drinking Media Awards announced
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