16 in trouble over second hand goods

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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - 16 people encountered the long arm of the law after they were found contravening, among others, the Second Hand Goods Act. Late last week an intelligence led operation consisting of a teams of different units of SAPS, as well as other state departments and entities were conducted around the city.

According to Rustenburg police spokesperson, Sgt Ofentse Mokgadi, the operation focused on businesses contravening the Second Hand Goods Act by failing to register or keep records of goods, as well as failure to renew licenses or failure to register businesses.
Several cellular shops and scrapyards were searched and 16 people were arrested and were fined. Four scrapyards were closed and a number of gas bottles were also confiscated.
The alleged transgressors are:
* Razzaq Sufyan (Failure to renew licence)
* Nudassar Mubassar (Failure to register goods)
* Chad Rafiq (Failure to keep records of goods acquired and disposal)
* Azhar Hameed (Failed to keep register for recording second hand goods)
* Patrick Matlhomola Moseneke (Failing to register business)
* Mahommed Umar (Operating without license)
* Mckbul Hussain (Failure to apply for registration)
* Ahmed Ruhel (Failure to apply for registration)
* Ivshab Yohara (Failure to display certificate)
* Shahbez Saddiqui (Failure to display certificate)
* J Steyn (Scrap related offence)