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Metro Police detains driver after finding cigarettes

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Metro Police detains driver after finding cigarettes. COVID-19: No new deaths recorded in SA as infections climb Upon further inspection, police discovered contraband cigarettes with the assistance of K9 unit. The sale of cigarettes and alcohol has been prohibited as the country deals with the spread of COVID-19.

A man has been detained in the Western Cape after Metro Police found contraband cigarettes during a roadblock. The Cape Town Metro Police pulled the vehicle over and the occupants failed to produce a permit. Police then conducted a full search and found sweets, chips and some groceries.

#SALockdown We’ve spoken to the City of CT’s traffic Deputy Chief Andre Nel here at the N1 roadblock in Kraaifontein. Nel has noted they’ve seen very little long-distance taxis coming through the roadblocks, he says drivers are most likely using back roads to avoid law. #SALockdown We’re now at a roadblock on the R300, after the Stellenbosch Arterial. More traffic here than what we saw on the N2 & N1 @eNCA

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Send HI to 0600 123 456 on WhatsApp. The NICD has another Clinician Hotline to improve #COVID19 communication and support for healthcare providers. The Clinician Hotline is 0800 11 1131, operating 24 hrs. The Public Hotline is 0800 029 999 also operating 24hrs.

Source  – News365