Police target counterfeit goods in Joburg CBD



The SAPS’ crime-fighting blitz, O Kae Molao brings the Johannesburg CBD to a standstill. Thousands of illicit goods and cash are …

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  1. It's high time the govt do as the Ghanaian govt does,you cannot go to Ghana and sell Chinese stuff,rather sell stuff from your own country where we know it is Africans boosting each others economy instead of making the Chinese more rich.Why not African clothes and not these cheap fake Chinese clothes.Also they must stop selling our African traditional attires because they are degrading them,now they have lost value because of this cheap imitation,you wear it for 3 months and it's finished you have to go and buy again,Govt please protect us from these Chinese.

  2. YOU WORK VERY HARD AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR WORK. THIS IS THE SOUTH AFRICA WE KNOW NOW. DON'T ALLOW FOREIGNERS TO DIVIDE US AS A COUNTRY. MALEMA SHOULD KEEP HIS HANDS WE DON'T WANT HIM HERE.MAREMA FROM ZIMBAMBWE WE DON'T WANT YOU HERE GO TO YOUR COUNTRY IN ZIMBABWE YOU R NOT MALEMA YOU R MAREMA GO YOUR FATHER WILL BE PROUD IF YOU PROTECT YOUR CRIMINALS BACK HOME.AND EFF MUST GO.

  3. Haha they collecting all their Christmas presents early this year. They been collecting from all the vendors ,brooms ,avocados, wire work and now some smokes. You’re almost ready for Christmas saps and metro. The real criminals are those in parliament with cases against them.

  4. WELL DONE POLICE.
    But pls Police do not loot these counterfeit goods. Be honest and confiscate them.
    If you hold onto your pride you will regain your intergrity.
    Then people will start respecting and having trust in you.🤞
    Pls.👏🏽👏🏽

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