Liquor City Update, Trading Hours & #Covid19 Safety Measures

On Wednesday, 18 March 2020, the South African Government gazetted liquor trading restrictions amongst other restrictions. This is a binding rule that all Liquor City stores will be adhering to.

Trading hours may be further affected according to the various provinces:

No more than 50 people may be in a store at once. “We ask for your patience and understanding while we assist everyone in an orderly manner. Trading hours will be changed to the above with immediate effect until further notice”.


Liquor City have put preventative measures in place in all of their stores to help reduce the risk of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease from spreading. “The safety of our customers and staff are paramount”. Listed below are measures they have put in place, but they also ask that customers assist with these measures, especially given the worldwide shortage of sanitizing products.

  • All stores that have sanitizing wipes and products will have this available to customers on the entry or exit of our stores.
  • All trolleys, baskets and frequently touched surfaces will be frequently cleaned throughout trading periods.
  • Our staff will be asked to periodically wash their hands which will be over-and-above the personal measure they may have which may include the use of their own personal sanitizing products.
  • All credit card machines will be wiped as often as possible with available sanitizing products. In addition, we encourage our customers to please handle their cards themselves.

“We ask that all of our customers please assist in up-keeping their own personal preventative measures during this period. By everyone doing their part we have a great chance of slowing down and possibly preventing the spread of COVID-19. We also ask for your patience and cooperation during this period while our staff does everything they can to safeguard you and themselves’.


Not For Persons Under The Age Of 18. Drink Responsibly.


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