The economy in Zimbabwe have hit rock bottom. Things are tough even for the police who are beating up people who are protesting against Mnangagwa' s bad government. There is a lot of corruption and bribery going around in that country. This dream of one Africa cannot be good for South Africa as long the current Zimbabwean Government is still running the show. They want to replace their colonial handlers with Chinese.
SANDF soldiers confiscated dagga valued at R 126 500 being carried by a Zimbabwean Police Constable. He had bags of dagga & also crossed the border illegally into South Africa. He was also carrying his Zimbabwean Police Appointment Identity Card with him...
The man look like he was ill advise that he can just get into South Africa using his Zimbabwean police status. He must have been ill informed that South Africa is not a banana republic like what they do in Zimbabwe. As long they work for the government they can be corrupt and get away with it.
Weed is not the problem, him coming to our country illegally to sell weed is a problem. Weed must be fully legalised and reserved business for South Africans.
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