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Sadly, Mango's R1 clothing sale was too good to be true...

Spokesperson for the National Consumer Commission, Trevor Hattingh, explains the laws protecting Mango & consumers following a technical problem on the retailer's site.

CAPE TOWN - When clothing store Mango advertised items for as little as R1, online shoppers placed several orders, only to find out that there was a glitch in the system.

The retailer issued a statement on Facebook, saying it regrets the inconvenience caused following the 'technical issue'.

Mango says the incident was corrected without delay and customers were refunded.

Listen to the Soundcloud above as spokesperson for the National Consumer Commission, Trevor Hattingh, explains the laws protecting Mango and consumers.

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