For the past weeks, news were published about food parcels that the South African government has put out for distribution to families who are less fortunate. Since this was done by the government, corruption has been at hand in most communities where officials unlawfully handle the distribution. This time around, a shop has been found selling some food products that are supposed to form part of the food parcels.
Particularly, there are Lucky Star tinfish that are packaged specially for food parcels that have to be distributed. The picture below shows the Lucky Star that has been branded for this purpose;
This branded Lucky Star fish which is not meant for sale but for food parcels distribution has been found in a shop being sold. A video of police officials questioning an owner of a Chinese shop that sells food has been published.
In the video, the shop owner says he bought the stock for those Lucky Star fish somewhere. Bain asked where particularly he bought the stock, he did not specify. It is unclear whether or not the owner of the shop was arrested for this matter.
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