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City shuts offending shops in Isipingo

EThekwini Municipality has been conducting these clean ups to enforce compliance with city by-laws.

TWO shops were forced to close in Isipingo on March 15 after repeatedly disregarding notices issued by eThekwini Municipality that they were contravening by-laws. In a statement, eThekwini said both shops sold food. Some of the items that were on sale were expired, putting the lives of shoppers at risk.

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eThekwini has been conducting check-ins with businesses as part of the Mother of All Clean-Ups campaign to enforce compliance with city by-laws. The statement urged the public to report businesses that sell expired food or that contravene other by-laws.

“To report businesses operating illegally, call 031 311 4538,” it said.


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