Over the years, South Africans have been crying out loud on how porous our borders are. The is the major factor that contributes to the uncontrollable influx of Immigrants into our country.
One of such incidents often happen within our Beitbridge border where smugglers and Immigrants see as safe path to move in and out of South Africa.
In an emerging report, a South African man who is known for speaking up on issues of national importance, Mr KingJosh has lamented after his Zimbabwean friends boasted about how easy it is for them to bribe our border security operatives in other for them to be granted access in and out of South Africa as well as transport their Illicit products.
He further stated that these perpetrators travel with more than R2000 then share it among security personnels at different roadblocks so they can get access.
In his words, he said;
"Zimbabweans going to Zim boasts about how easy it is to bribe our police in order to get illicit goods to Zim. They will tell you that they will just have 2000 for bribes, at a road block he takes out 100 rand to pass a mere 100."
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