State proposes tough alcohol control rules - Bizcommunity.com

The government is proposing to raise the legal minimum age of drinking from 18 to 21 years and to prohibit liquor advertising which targets youth in a bid to curb alcohol abuse. State proposes tough alcohol control rules. © rawpixel – 123RF.com. Trade ...

South Africa: Minister Rob Davies Releases National Liquor Amendment Bill for Public Comment - AllAfrica.com

The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) has issued the National Liquor Amendment Bill and the National Gambling Amendment Bill for public comment for the next 30 and 45 days, respectively. Public comments for the Liquor Amendment Bill close on ...

Legal drinking age may be raised - South Coast Herald

THE National Liquor Act has been amended, and these amendments include a proposal to increase the legal drinking age in South Africa from 18 to 21 years. This is according to Trade and Industry Minister, Rob Davies, who added that other amendments ...

The South African government wants to increase the legal drinking age - should we do the same for video games? - MyGaming

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said that “We are hoping that this debate will involve not just people who have material interest in the industry, but also our communities and people that are involved in dealing with the consequences of alcohol ...

DTI to raise legal drinking age? - iAfrica.com

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has proposed that the legal age for the consumption of alcohol be raised from 18 to 21-years-old, in a country with the world's worst drinking problem. Davies made the statement at a media briefing on the National ...

South Africa: Tougher Measures Proposed to Regulate Alcohol, Gambling - AllAfrica.com

Cape Town — Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says government wants to raise the legal drinking age from 18 to 21 years in order to curb abuse amongst young people. The Minister said to clamp down on illegal alcohol sales through unlicensed ...

Legal drinking age may go up to 21 - Citizen

A manufacturer or distributor would also have to answer for any death or injury to any person and physical damage to property caused as the result of drunkenness. Owners of pubs, restaurants and bottle stores are in for a wake-up as proposed new ...