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Police went to a Spaza shop owned by Foreigners, and were shocked by what they found them selling

The Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department's (TMPD) K9 and Tactical Unit were successful in apprehending two individuals who did not have South African citizenship (a male from Zimbabwe and a male from Mozambique). This objective was accomplished as a result of the discovery that the defendants were unlawfully in possession of medicine as well as ammo for a handgun.

According to the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department News, which published a report on the matter, information about a Spaza shop selling medicine that was located in Olievenhoubosh, Olievenhoubosh earlier today, Sunday, May 1, 2022 was obtained from members of the community. The shop was located in Olievenhoubosh. The incident was detailed in an article that appeared in the Tshwane Metropolitan Police Department News. Gauteng (South Africa)

After obtaining this information, members of the police force were sent in different directions in order to examine the whereabouts of the Spaza business. During the ensuing search, the authorities found a total of 20 bottles of Bronclear, 17 bottles of Benlyn cough syrup, and 47 bottles of Painagon cough syrup. They also found out that the rifle they had recovered still had bullets in it when they examined it further.

They were brought into prison without delay after it was reported that they had violated Section 101 of the Medicine and Related Substances Act of 1965 and that they had ammunition in their hands. They are scheduled to make an appearance in court in the near future to answer for their acts. Because none of the store's proprietors have a valid medical license, they were taken into custody and handed over to the authorities.


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