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‘Looted SA goods Zim-bound’

SOUTH African security agents have reportedly confiscated several goods worth thousands of rand as smugglers attempted to move the loot into Zimbabwe following days of rioting in the neighbouring country.

 

South Africa has been on fire since July 8, 2021 after the incarceration of its former President Jacob Zuma for refusal to testify before a State capture Inquir

 

President Cyril Ramaphosa recently described the yet to be quantified looting as a well-orchestrated campaign to start an insurrection against South Africa’s constitutional order

 

Authorities have moved in to recover looted goods with the military assisting the South African Police Service.

“Search and seizure operations are yielding positive results at Beitbridge and Groblersbrug ports of entry as the looted goods are being recovered. Reject and report stolen goods.

 

“Don’t buy stolen goods,” the South African Police Service tweeted yesterday.

 

Groblersbrug is a border crossing between South Africa and Botswana on the Limpopo River and Zimbabweans usually use it to enter and exit South Africa.

Newsday

 

 

 

 

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