Counterfeits

 
A school secured what leaders couldn’t: A negotiated truce
A school secured what leaders couldn’t: A negotiated truce
On September 18, Cyril Ramaphosa’s speech in Parliament about the recent xenophobic attacks in Johannesburg mentioned one act of hope: how a...
It’s time to talk prison abolition in South Africa
It’s time to talk prison abolition in South Africa
On August 7, one week after shopkeepers threw rocks at police vehicles, more than 1 500 police...
We become fakes when we wear fakes
We become fakes when we wear fakes
In an appallingly tragic incident, a Johannesburg man was shot dead last week for his Rolex. A Rolex that turned out to be fake.
State champs at its border Bill bit
State champs at its border Bill bit
The clashes between police and immigrants during raids for counterfeit goods in Johannesburg’s city centre last week have added fuel to government’s fervour to institute the Border Management Authority Bill....
EDITORIAL: Blaming migrants is not on
EDITORIAL: Blaming migrants is not on
On Wednesday, the Inkatha Freedom Party released a statement that perfectly illustrates a dangerous trend among some South African politicians.
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
"I can't differentiate between fake drugs and correct drugs."
Hawks seize counterfeit goods in Limpopo, Gauteng
Hawks seize counterfeit goods in Limpopo, Gauteng
Police confiscated counterfeit goods with a combined estimated worth of more than R800 000 from shop owners in Limpopo and Gauteng, the Hawks...
Counterfeit Mandela prints dupe art buyers
Counterfeit Mandela prints dupe art buyers
To the uneducated eye, the two pieces of art look pretty much identical, the differences - slightly different spacing between the signature and the...

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