APN252201

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DM2011052410:SAED:SOCIAL:CRIME:SEP 1952 – That is wrecking Africa – African addicts smoke dagga in trams, trains and buses, on the street corners of locations and in cinemas, while their Indian counterparts smoke it with the same indifference on the sports fields, in Cinemas in Johannesburg, and particularly at the corner of Market and End street, Johannesburg. Europeans are involved with Africans, Indians and Coloureds in the shipment of dagga into Cape. The risk of having cars confiscated is eliminated by the registration of the car in a friend’s name. The smuggler with a modest organization often depends upon bedding boys employed on the railways, the either receive quantities for personal use or are paid in money for their service. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)

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