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JOBURG: The City of Ekurhu­leni yes­ter­day told the SAHu­man Rights Com­mis­sion of In­quiry that it re­cently seized goods, which are sus­pected to be coun­ter­feit, in spaza shops.

Jerry Chaka said sam­ples, con­fis­cated dur­ing an in­spec­tion in the Tem­bisa area a week ago, were sent to the Na­tional Health Lab­o­ra­tory Ser­vices for test­ing.

A Con­sumer Goods Coun­cil of­fi­cial, Mat­lou Se­tati, told the com­mis­sion that con­sumers must make a point of check­ing if prod­ucts have bar­codes, as this helps to track where a prod­uct comes from and its con­tents. | African News Agency (ANA)

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