Police and other authorities have pounced on shops selling counterfeit items. Members of the SAPS, private security and SARS Customs officials embarked on a join operation in the busy streets of Johannesburg.
The confiscated items are believed to be worth around R3.2-million.
The city’s law enforcement officers have been going from door to door in the city as part of Operation O Kae Molao.
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In other news – President Ramaphosa says no to official provincial funeral request for slain rapper AKA
New Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi wrote to President Cyril Ramaphosa and requested permission to give slain rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes a state funeral. On Thursday, Lesufi revealed his request was denied.
Lesufi told reporters that his letter to the presidency did not ask for permission to use state funds for AKA’s funeral. Learn more