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Imminent hike on Liquor License fees

Gauteng economic development MEC Lebogang Maile wants to increase the cost of a liquor license for hotels and supermarket chains – and a claim that it could cost up to R1500.00 a year for such a license.

MEC Maile speaks of discrepancies between what customers are paying for liquor at establishments and what customers are paying. He says that the liquor license fee has not been reviewed since 2003.

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