The permit can be applied for, if there is an occasion held by the applicant and the principal business of the applicant should not be that of distribution or sale of liquor.
Who can apply?
A person who qualifies and is competent in terms of the Gauteng Liquor Act, 2003 (Act No. 2 of 2003) can apply for a catering or occasion permit.
How to apply?
- The application for the above-mentioned permit is considered by the Local Committee of the region,
- The permit can be applied for, if there is an occasion held by the applicant and the principal business of the applicant should not be that of distribution or sale of liquor,
- The Local Committee may approve the plan of the premises and indicate where the liquor can be sold within the premises and also the kind of liquor to be sold,
- The application needs to be lodged at least 14 days before the event.
- Application form commissioned (PDF on www.gauteng.gov.za)
- Proof of Lawful Occupation
- Written motivation with supporting documents
- Proper and detailed sketch plan
- Certified copies of Identification Documents
- Proof of payment of fees at First National Bank (FNB) (R1000.00)
- The following is requested if the applicant is a company
- Certificate of Incorporation
Application for occassional permit is lodged with the regional office with which the event applied for is situated/hosted.
To view application fees for catering or occassional permits please read the Approved Liquor Regulations.
Gauteng Liqour Act, 2014 (Act No. 3 of 2014)
The Gauteng Liqour Act, 2003 (Act No.2 of 2003)
National Liqour Act, 2003 (Act No. 59 of 2003)
Gauteng liquor licence application form
National Liquor Authority