On July 25, 2021, South Africa partially lifted the prohibition on the domestic transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages.
On June 27, 2021, South Africa re-introduced the prohibition of the sale, dispensing and distribution of liquor products for 14 days due to the recent surge in COVID-19 infections. This is the fourth ban on liquor products since the start of...
International Agricultural Trade Report

Prospects for U.S. Sips & Snacks in Sub-Sahara Africa

“Sips” (such as wine, beer, and spirits) and snacks (including potato chips, baked foods, fruit and nut mixes, and peanuts/peanut butter) are growing segments of sub-Saharan Africa’s...
On February 1, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa partially lifted the ban on the domestic transportation and sale of alcohol beverages.
On December 28, 2020, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a total ban on the sale of alcohol from stores, restaurants and bars until January 15, 2021, except in the case of exports...
In October 2020, South Africa published a notice repealing the regulations relating to health messages on container labels of alcoholic beverages (No. 1143).
Initially banned in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, South Africa announced that the sale and distribution of alcohol would be reauthorized from August 17, 2020.
On July 12, 2020, South Africa reintroduced the suspension on the sale, dispensing and distribution of liquor with immediate effect.
Since March 27, 2020, the South African Government has banned the sale and transport of all alcoholic beverages, causing strain on both the domestic and import industries.
The South African wine industry is currently facing restrictions on wine exports and imports, and domestic wine sales.
Post estimates that the wine grape production will increase marginally by 1 percent to 1.25 million Metric Tons (MT) in the calendar year 2020, due to the improved availability of irrigation water....
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Mozambique: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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