Mark Mosinakave

Homebrew producers beware!

The NCD Task Force will be carrying out numerous raids at identified homebrew hot spots in settlements as well as obscure residential areas.

Task Force Commander, Mark Mosinakave, says his personnel will be out in full force to deal with the issue of homebrew on the community level by taking out the root cause of the issue, the suppliers.

“This issue of homebrew has long been ignored but not anymore. The Task Force is here to make a difference and effectively deal with this illegal activity.”

Police to crack down on homebrew issue

NCD Taskforce Commander, Mark Mosinakave, says despite the destructive nature of the homebrew production and sales, people are still carrying out this illegal activity.

“They think that what they are doing is good for them, but they do not realise that they are affecting the community as well as contributing to law and order issues,” he stressed.

Massive homebrew haul at Vadavada

Between 3 and 5am today, the personnel carried out the raid at the Vadavada settlement area and in the process, detained a family of six.

NCD Taskforce commander, Mark Mosinakave, outlined that the suspects were under surveillance by police who were tipped off about the illegal production they were carrying out.

The raid held six people, a husband and wife, their son and granddaughter and two other male relatives.

The raid produced 160 litres of steam stored in numerous containers as well as pre-packed 500ml containers along with 10 buckets of the illicit spirit.