Restaurants want liquor fee back because they are not allowed to sell

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Wendy Alberts says they have not received a response from government regarding evidence which showed that restaurants were a high risk and therefore alcohol could only be ordered for takeaway. Picture: iStock
Wendy Alberts says they have not received a response from government regarding evidence which showed that restaurants were a high risk and therefore alcohol could only be ordered for takeaway. Picture: iStock

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The Restaurant Association of SA wants to be compensated for payments which restaurants have made for their liquor licences during the lockdown.

CEO of the association, Wendy Alberts, told City Press that their lawyers were in the process of drawing up papers which will compel the liquor board to pay back a portion of the fee.

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