Residents in Roberts Avenue in Kensington, Johannesburg have been raising concerns in connection with The Tribe Club Pub & Grill.
Joined by the DA councillor Carlo Da Rocha, they say they are experiencing difficulties which include excessive noise, guns being fired at random, residents being pelted, and the club operating outside of the permitted hours.
They also allege that the establishment's liquor licence is invalid.
Speaking to Joane Joseph, Chief Director at The Gauteng Liquor Board Raymond Martin confirms the Pub and Grill does have an operating license.
It's not entirely true that the license is invalid. It has been renewed and valid for 2017/2018.— Raymond Martin, Chief Director at The Gauteng Liquor Board
When we did the operation, we did not find anything. There was no noise levels, there was nothing unbecoming in respect of the Tribe outlet.— Raymond Martin, Chief Director at The Gauteng Liquor Board
Listen to what else Martin had to say about the establishment...