The Commission is concerned about the non-compliance in South Africa
Written by Mduduzi Phungula on 2 February, 2023
By: Staff Writer
The National Consumer Commission says the rate of non-compliance related to goods imported into South Africa remains a concern.
Data from October to December last year indicate that SARS Customs Special Operations intercepted clothing, textiles, footwear, and leather goods to the value of 3.9-million-rand.
Commission spokesperson, Phetho Ntaba, says the goods contravened the Consumer Protection Act.
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