Govt Upscales Second Hand Ban Enforcement

3 years agoWed, 06 May 2020 10:05:13 GMT
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Govt Upscales Second Hand Ban Enforcement

The government has announced it will upscale second-hand clothes ban enforcement to ensure that smuggling of second-hand clothes is contained as they risk spreading the deadly coronavirus, The Herald reports.

This was revealed by Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa who said this in her the post-cabinet briefing:

The apparent increase in the smuggling of second-hand clothes into the country through border posts such as Mt Selinda and Sango poses unprecedented danger of contracting COVID-19 by those who wear them. Government will henceforth upscale the enforcement of the law banning the importation of second-hand clothes

Second-hand clothes are reportedly still being smuggled through porous border posts that border Zimbabwe and Mozambique as they attract a huge market in many parts of the country.

More: The Herald

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