Seven arrested in KZN’s Tongaat for breaking Covid rules

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Tongaat police arrested seven people over the weekend for failure to comply with the Covid-19 national state of disaster regulations.

According to Tongaat police spokesperson Patrick Ngwane, charges include spreading fake news over the lockdown, breaking curfew, and not wearing a mask in public.

If convicted, the accused will be liable to a fine, a period of imprisonment that will not exceed six months, or both.

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