Firearm Liquor License Application In Namibia

Firearm Liquor License Application In Namibia

What is Firearm Liquor?

A temporary liquor licence for on-consumption may, upon an application made in terms of section 32, be granted in respect of one or more bars, or one or more restaurants or dining rooms, to serve liquor or light liquor, as the case may be, at or on the grounds of any bona fide exhibition, show, race meeting, sports event, fair or other public function, or place of recreation or amusement.

Firearm Liquor License Application In Namibia

Prohibition of possession of arms without licence

  • General provisions relating to applications for licences to possess arms and
    the issuing of such licences
  • Special provisions relating to the possession of arms, ammunition and armaments
  • Duration of licence
    6: Issue of copy of licence
  • No arm without identification marks to be licensed
  • Possession of arms with consent of licence holder permitted in certain circumstances
  • Production of arm and licence, permission, permit or authority

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a liquor license in Namibia?

The annual fee is N$5000.

What does a temporary authority allow?

Temporary authority allows you to sell and supply alcohol for up to three months under the existing terms and conditions of the current licence. This gives you time to lodge a new application. We can’t transfer an alcohol licence to a new owner. We can’t issue a temporary authority to a club.

How is alcohol regulated in Namibia?

The primary Federal law governing alcohol policy is the 21st Amendment, which repealed national prohibition. It also gives individual States control over: Whether to allow sale of alcohol in the State. Whether to allow importing alcohol into the State.

How much money does it take to open a bar in Namibia?

Total startup costs for a bar that rents or leases its location are estimated to be between $110,000 and $550,000, depending on size. 1 A bar that purchases its location and pays a mortgage has an average startup cost of between $175,000-$850,000.

Is advertising alcohol legal in Namibia?

Alcohol Advertising Laws. The First Amendment allows for a lot of freedom of speech in general and therefore limits how much the federal government can regulate advertising, even in regard to alcohol. In general, advertisements of alcoholic products must be truthful and without deception

Can you drink beer in a commercial?

There are lots of rules when you plan on marketing beer — unless you’re the FCC (there are apparently no rules specific to alcohol on radio). But on television, you can’t even drink a beer in a commercial.

Why do bars fail in Namibia?

Spreading your resources too thin creates major pitfalls and causes many bars to fail. The most common and obvious culprit is financing: You don’t start with enough capital, you spend it on the wrong things, or you pay too much for equipment. Often, bar owners overwork their employees to the point of exhaustion.

What is a good profit margin for a bar?

Most bars aim for a profit margin of around 80 percent; the key to reaching that number is to measure and control your pour costs. Pour cost is an essential benchmark for your bar’s profitability.

How hard is it to run a bar in Namibia?

A bar is a no-brainer. Opening a bar is hard, and running a successful bar is infinitely harder. A disturbing number of people think that if you can scratch together the money to get in, a bar will return astronomical profits, just because it is well stocked and the doors are open.