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Fake designer clothing shops shut down in Durban | Independent on Saturday

Fake designer clothing shops shut down in Durban

25.1.2020

Fake designer clothing shops shut down in Durban

Red bottoms, designer sneakers and would be top tier Italian brands were amongst the alleged fake goods seized when police ...

KZN Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula inspects a counterfeit designer brand shoe, inset right, during a police raid on clothing shop near Durban’s beachfront yesterday. Sibusiso NdlovuKZN Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula inspects a counterfeit designer brand shoe, inset right, during a police raid on clothing shop near Durban’s beachfront yesterday. Sibusiso NdlovuDurban - Durban is a powerhouse transport hub, but it’s also a magnet for smugglers and counterfeiters. But provincial police head Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula has vowed to act against the people who are costing the country millions in lost revenue. “We will be knocking on the door of these tradespeople around the city.” Jula joined police and other law enforcement units who swooped on four stores across Durban yesterday, seizing counterfeit designer clothing, illegal pharmaceuticals and dangerous cosmetic products. In a crime intelligence-led operation which included members from the Hawks, SAPS units, Asset Forfeiture Unit, eThekwini metro police and Customs and Immigration, officers arrived at the first targeted shop on Pixley kaSeme Street (West), near the beachfront. As police vehicles pulled up in front of the clothing store, the doors of surrounding clothing shops slammed shut. Read more: IOL News

Fake CD's fake clothes, fake footwear fake electrical components fake lights which I bought 2 years ago. Fakes foodstuffs including bread fake eggs fake stationary. Many retailers sell the staff without mark of quality nd no guaranteed assurance. No monitoring at all. The Chinese are here baba they are too stay

Life sentence for Durban uncle, 27, who raped 10-year-old niece | Independent on SaturdayQuoting past cases, Magistrate Melanie De Jager described child rape as “the most appalling and perverse abuse of male power” ... Thank you, this is a fair punishment... Penxenxe Incinci

Cato Manor nine laid to rest in DurbanThe group were executed for allegedly killing nine police officers in clashes sparked by raids at a township in KwaZulu-Natal province. Those are the real struggle heroes.not the big bellied ones that are leading us.

Two people rescued after boat capsizes in Durban harbourRescue Care paramedics spokesperson Garrith Jamieson said that the pair were being assessed by paramedics on scene and that the boat had been towed by the National Sea Rescue Institute.

Security measures tightened at Durban stadium for Chiefs-Arrows clash“Police and other law enforcement will monitor the event and ensure that there is peace and stability. Spectators and soccer fans with valid tickets are urged to come early, as the gates will be open at 12.30pm.' Yha because we will be against PirSundarows This is where we going to college t our 3 points this evening Going to be full of piss strewn seats and walls

Security measures tightened at Durban stadium for Chiefs-Arrows clashKwaZulu-Natal police said they and other security agencies would be on high alert during the match, adding that planning between the SAPS, security clusters and the PSL had been ongoing for weeks.

Two people rescued after boat capsizes in Durban harbourRescue Care paramedics spokesperson Garrith Jamieson said that the pair were being assessed by paramedics on scene and that the boat had been towed by the National Sea Rescue Institute.



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