Durban Harbour weapons bust: companies deny Hawks ‘arms smuggling’ report

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During the inspection, the report said, 410 firearms (7.62mm calibre barrels) were discovered and seized. Photo: Tebogo Letsie / City Press
During the inspection, the report said, 410 firearms (7.62mm calibre barrels) were discovered and seized. Photo: Tebogo Letsie / City Press

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The two companies at the centre of the alleged arms smuggling have denied that weapons were found in their containers at the Maydon Wharf, the cargo handling section at the Durban harbour, during a joint operation by the Hawks and the SA Revenue Services (SARS).

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