TO GO WITH AFP HISTORY BY IBAR AIBAR AND LUIS ROBAYO A police officer shows a dose of crack and a small pipe to smoke it seized during a raid against micro-trafficking in Cali, Colombia, on June 8, 2011. In Colombia a dose of crack is sold for 500 pesos (USD 30 cents) and a distribution network employing from 15 to 20 people can report around USD 250,000 monthly. In 2010 there were 1813 homicides in Cali --a rate of 80 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants-- from which at least 30 percent can be related to drug trafficking. AFP PHOTO/Luis ROBAYO

Umhlanga - Two people have been arrested after crack cocaine with an estimated street value of R20 000 was confiscated in Umhlanga Rocks, north of Durban, on Wednesday, KwaZulu-Natal police said.

Colonel Vincent Mdunge said police received a tip-off about drug dealing in Verulam around 3pm.

They arrested a woman with 34 pieces of cocaine with an estimated street value of R3400. She led them to a food outlet in the Gateway Mall, Umhlanga Rocks, where they caught a 35-year-old man with 200 pieces of crack cocaine. The two would be charged with drug dealing and appear in court soon. - Sapa