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Laduma Ngxokolo. Photo: Maxhosa Africa/Facebook
Laduma Ngxokolo. Photo: Maxhosa Africa/Facebook

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Internationally acclaimed fashion designer Laduma Ngxokolo has set his lawyers on to a popular fashion store in Midrand, demanding that it stop selling cheap imitations of his luxury Maxhosa garments.

However, his attempt to stop Marabastad Clothing in Midrand from selling the imitations of his designs seems to have fallen on deaf ears, as the owners of the shop say they have done nothing wrong. They claim they are inspired by his designs.

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