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Waterfall City refutes claims of a Spring 2020 Waterfall Market

Waterfall City has issued a statement condemning event organisers who have been promoting a Spring 2020 Waterfall Market which was not approved by it.

Waterfall City shared an Instagram post on Thursday, 19 November 2020, warning residents of fake events that have been circulating social media, specifically the Spring 2020 Waterfall Market. The event, which has been promoted as scheduled for Saturday, 21 November 2020, is said to be fake and Waterfall City has requested that the advert be taken down.

The post stated, “Waterfall is aware of the fake Spring 2020 Waterfall Market event currently being advertised on Facebook and other social media. We can confirm that the event is bogus. The relevant authorities have been alerted.”

According to the suburb’s official page, any event that is promoted on other platforms and not directly endorsed by it should be disregarded and considered fake news. Residents have also been advised to be vigilant when purchasing tickets for these events, as they may fall victim to scams.

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Sayushka Naidoo
sayushka@paulton.co.za