Absa Premiership log leaders Kaizer Chiefs have issued out a warning to football supporters against dodgy dealers who are producing bad quality masks using their brand.
Amakhosi released a statement on their official website today stating that the club does not produce facial masks or have never licensed any individual or company to produce Kaizer Chiefs branded masks.
“We are in the process of evaluating various options of masks to include in our licensing programme. When we have selected a mask that meets our standards, we will announce it on our platforms, and it will be available for sale in our retail stores and on the KC DigiStore,” reads the statement.
“Until then, we urge supporters to be wary of bad quality masks from unscrupulous dealers who are trying to cash in on the Covid-19 epidemic by selling counterfeit products bearing our logo or name. They could potentially be detrimental to your health and well-being,” the statement continued.
As of Tuesday, April 21, South Africa have 3 300 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 58 deaths and 1 055 recoveries.
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By Ofhani Munyai