Liquor Industry Reports
National Liquor Authority Conference Presentations
the dti, National Liquor Authority hosted a one-day conference on 08 March 2012 in Gauteng Province. The conference was used as a platform to discuss the role and future direction with regards to the National Liquor Policy and the impact thereof on the South African economy. The conference featured a key note address and presentations from experts in the field. The Deputy Minister, Elizabeth Thabethe led the opening activities of the conference.
- Presentation by the CDA at the Liquor Regulation Conference
- Drinking Age Limit: The “ideal” for the South African context
- How much is enough? The effectiveness of current policy
- Increasing the age-limit: Youth Perspective
- Location of Liquor Outlets & Trading Hours
- Challenges in Enforcing the Liquor Regulatory Acts
- SARS Presentation
- Socio-Economic Impact of Liquor Outlet Location and Density
- Presentation on the Liquor Act 59 of 2003: The highlights and gaps
- Minimum Legal Drinking Age: What is ideal for South Africa?
- Global Status on Alcohol Abuse: How is South Africa rated and the implications for policy
- Industry Models to Mitigate Liquor Abuse
- The Effects of the Location of Outlets, Density and Trading Hours on Communities