Letter to license holders: Northern Cape letter to trade
All existing liquor license holders are hereby requested to pay by CASH, BANK GUARANTEED CHEQUE OR POSTAL ORDER. All cash payments must be made at Metlife Towers Building (Kimberley Post Office Building), 11th Floor, Kimberley. All bank guaranteed cheques and Postal orders must be addressed to the ‘Department of Economic Development and Tourism’
All other payments must be done via registered post. All payments done via Registered Post must have the Renewal form (Form 15) and the payment thereof
Registered mail should be addressed to:
The Northern Cape Liquor Board
Private Bag X5027
You can renew your license at these special opportunities. Bring last years licence as well as proof of payment
Rustenburg – SAB Rustenburg Depot 17 – 21 October 2016
Mankwe – SAPS Offices 24 – 28 October 2016
Ga-Rankuwa – SAB Depot 31 Oct – 4 November 2016
Klerksdorp – Klerksdorp Consumer Offices 7 – 11 November 2016
Potchefstroon – SAB Potchefstroom Depot 14 – 19 November 2016
Vryburg – Vryburg Municipality Hall 21 – 26 November 2016
Contact: Anny (018 387 7909), Rebecca (018 387 7835), Nico (018 387 7930)
Steps to follow to renew your license:
1) The Entity will have sent or provided you with a form FSLA 25 (Notice of Renewal).
2) Complete the form, or if already completed, go to the designated bank (ABSA) and pay your renewal fee.
3) Send/Deliver the copy to the Liquor Board Offices or designated SAPS Police stations to receive your license
a) Copy of your 2015 license which is validated
b) Proof of payment for 2016 (new deposit slip)
a) 124 Main street, 2nd Floor, Johannesburg
b) Corner Victoria and Park street, 2nd Floor Golden Height Building, Germiston
c) 56 Kruger street, Forum Building, Bronkhorstspruit
d) 50 Park street, Randfontein
e) Corner Pretorius and Central streets, 7th Floor Central Towers, Pretoria
f) Unit 01 Building, 28 Market street, Avenue Building, Vereeniging
Hotel Liquor License: R2250
Restaurant Liquor License: R2250
Club Liquor License: R1750
Tavern License: R2500
Night Club License: R3000
Liquor Store License: R1750
Guest House License: R1000
Gambling House License: R1500
Grocer’s wine License: R1250
Micro-Manufacturing License: R2000
Theatre Liquor License: R1000
Wine-house License: R2250
Representatives of the Liquor Board will be at these venues on the dates specified.
Mafikeng – Liquor Board Offices 5 – 16 October 2015
Rustenburg – SAB Rustenburg Depot 19 – 23 October 2015
Mankwe – Mogwase Police station 26 October 2015
Madikwe – Madikwe Police station 27 October 2015
Klerksdorp – Klerksdorp Consumer Offices 2 – 4 November 2015
Potchefstroon – SAB Potchefstroom Depot 5 – 6 November 2015
Vryburg – SAPS Firearm department 9 – 11 November 2015
Bring your proof of payment as well as Form 22 or validated copy of last years license
Fees for North West Province Liquor License 2016:
Tavern License (On Consumption): R100
Liquor/ Bottle Store (Off Consumption): R1000
Restaurant License: R250
Club Liquor License: R250
Theatre Liquor License: R250
Wholesale Liquor License: R2000
New Banking details of the Department:
Bank: ABSA Bank
Account Name: Department of Economy & Enterprise Development
Account Number: 4085956652
Reference: NWP Number (License Number)
The Liquor Licenses for North West, Northern Cape as well as Free State province needs to be renewed like this
The deadline for renewals is the 31st of December each year, but you have until the end of February in the new year to keep it valid (penalties applicable). In January you will have to pay a 50% penalty and in February a 100% penalty (double what you would have paid, had you paid by December). If you fail to pay by the end of February, your license will lapse, which means you will no longer be able to trade and will have to apply for a new license all over again.
Gauteng province is renewed on the anniversary each year of when the license was first awarded.
a) You are awaiting a reply to an application for a transfer. The notice will be sent to the previous owner. Follow up with him/her.
b) The original owner has passed away and you are awaiting finalisation of the estate.
c) You intend to sell your premises and license, and the transaction has not been finalised. You, the license owner, have to renew it to keep it valid.