The Port Elizabeth Border Police and the
Customs Control officials in South Africa
have intercepted three containers from
Nigeria.
The Customs officials noted irregularities on
many items that were in the containers
when they examined the goods.
According to a South African Police report,
Liquor, food products, cosmetics and maize
were among other things in the containers.

The cargo manifesto of the three containers
didn’t declare the liquor and also no permit
or legal paperwork could be produced for the
import into this country. SAPS disclosed
that the liquor was described as beverages.
Police also estimated the alcohol to be
approximately R1 million(N26m) and have
opened a case of import of marine products
without a permit.
‘A docket has been opened in terms of the
Liquor Act – illegal importation of liquor
without a permit. No arrests have been
made and the investigation is continuing,’
SAPS stated.
Meanwhile, it was also reported that the
Department of Agriculture, Forestry and
Fisheries (DAFF) recently confiscated 328kg
Nigerian stock fish and 319 kg of Nigerian
Crayfish.
Source: Buzz SA