Rather than consuming the wooden pontoon, pictures arose via web-based media showing the troopers being helped by police to stack the wooden pontoon into a military truck.
It's main and real objective was not unveiled however it's accepted to have been taken to a police headquarters.
The high flows being knowledgeable about the waterway have seen many organizations searching for inventive methods of transport individuals and merchandise across the boundary.
South Africa has clipped down on Zimbabwean unlawful workers and Zimbabwe has likewise thusly tidied up security on the opposite side of the stream.
It seems these foreigners are relentless and they want to come into south africa by all means possible and that is why numerous Zimbabweans have lost their lives lately while attempting to cross the overflowed waterway.
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