Free forex ebook

Vendors Selling Mabhero Clothes Flood The Market

  • forex
  • Wealthy affiliate online

Vendors selling Mabhero clothes flood the market, violating health measures set to curb the spread of COVID-19.

 A number of vendors were spotted in CBD with parked vehicles without registration plates filled with winter jackets and babywear. In high-density suburbs, the second-hand clothes are sold by the roadside and some in parked commuter omnibuses.


One of the vendors appealed to law enforcement authorities to tighten screws at Forbes and Nyamapanda border posts where she said is the point the second-hand clothes are finding their way in from Mozambique.

  • WhatsApp masterclass

“We aware that second-hand clothes have been banned due to Covid-19 but we had already stocked these before the national lockdown,” said the vendor. “I used to have a place at Mupedzanhamo Market so its opening is taking longer and we are starving.

“Our business mainly depends on second-hand clothes from Mozambique and if Covid-19 measures are to be taken seriously Forbes and Nyamapanda Border Posts must tightly be monitored. “We are appealing to security agencies to deal with corruption at both border posts and quarantine centers where people are reported to be escaping and as well as skipping borders,” said the vendor.

A number of people were seen wearing and removing the second-hand clothes in search of suitable ones -a move that can easily transmit the coronavirus. One of the passersby at the selling point questioned the reason for municipal police officers manning the streets to leave the parked vehicles conducting illegal business in their sight.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please turn off your adblocker to view our content as our site is ad-supported