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Officials Shut Down Liquor Stores Worth R2 Million and also Confiscate Counterfeit Goods Worth R2.8m

The authorities both in Federal and local level are not leaving any stone unturned in their effort to regulate the activities of several businesses situated across the nation. This became necessary after it was discovered that many businesses are beginning to ignore some of the laws governing how establishments are operated in the country.

However, emerging report confirm that a combined team of officers have raided different stores in Randburg in a bid to ensure there are following laid down rules.

Authorities confiscated counterfeit goods worth more than R2.8 million on Thursday when South Africa Police Service, joined by the SARS, Customs, Fidelity Reaction and Brandholders. They raided various shops in Randburg that are trading in counterfeit goods.Two suspects were arrested during the operation.

The police also shut down eight illegal liquor outlets and seized alcohol with an estimated value of R2 million in Vosloorus during 'O Kae Molao operation, ably led by Gauteng Provincial police Commissioner Lieutenant-General Elias Mawela on Thursday.

General Elias commended his men who conducted the operation with him for a job well done while advising defaulters to desist from selling products that do not meet the standard of South Africa.

Source:https://twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1542775510312394755?t=kJifGUL7tGMR3FMDVyVV6A&s=19

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