Charity involved in counterfeit trade

Apr 26, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Iol.co.za

Counterfeit goods were seized and 13 foreigners arrested during a raid at the India trade fair at Sahara Kingsmead Stadium, in Durban.

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1 - 6 of 6 Comments Last updated May 13, 2012
Hurts

South Africa

#1 Apr 26, 2012
Sham Maharaj, you are a disgrace to the Phoenix Child Welfare. What else is going on behind closed doors. You supporting illegal activities and taking away food from the people's mouths. Business are closing and we are sitting at home. You are disgrace to the community
Disgrace Sham Maharaj

South Africa

#2 Apr 26, 2012
Small businesses, as today's (26 April 2012) Mercury, Business Report Section - page 2, are the backbone of the economy. They create jobs for thousands of people. These fairs that you are bringing in, started with Eastern Wear now, they are selling anything and everything!
You Mr. Sham Maharaj, being in the Phoenix Child Welfare, should be well aware of the problems within South Africa. Baba, whom organizes these fairs, was kicked out of Mauritius and other countries.
SHAME ON YOU MR. SHAM MAHARAJ!!!!
phoenix

South Africa

#3 Apr 27, 2012
sham maharaj you know this is not legal. you have told people you cannot be touched. you are using your position in the metro council to enrich yourself.Baba is unknown in business. he sets up these illegale trade fairs and robbes the countries of millions of rands in revenu which you are helping to do.YOU receive much more than R70000.
Corrupt

Durban, South Africa

#4 Apr 27, 2012
Sham and his gang are corrupt money grabbing lot, corrupting the officials in the metro and home affairs and SARS.How can you smugly declare that you are running a legal business when foreigners are trading in this country with 'fake' business permits that you've bought for them? They are raping our country,taking away many millions and spending this abroad. Please explain how this is contributing to SA economy, creating jobs and sustainable development??? All you are doing is bribing all, evading tax etc....purchasing of STOLEN GOODS is also CHEAP and established businesses cannot compete with vendors of stolen goods as well.
you are a corrupt thief using the PCWF as a front, dragging the name of a prestigious welfare orgsnisation to further your thieving means.
consumer

Durban, South Africa

#5 Apr 27, 2012
these India papas are arrogant rogues. Shame on Sharm Maharaj for bringing these scabhenghus who sell fake goods, inferior quality goods and refuse to entertain any returns or refunds.They are not cheap,they are actually more expensive than our stores but are arrogant, do not allow you to try the garments on and refuse to even to talk to you once you have a query. MY business is going to the local businesses in the future who are friendly and bound by the CPA. Sharm and his cronies just rip us off and run away.The self same local businessmen and staff will then support me in my business when the need arises but not Sharms arrogant rogues.
consumer

South Africa

#6 May 13, 2012
it all depends on the SIZE OF THE ENVELOPE ask Sham and Logie what they received, better that and case solved

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