The hawks just made a huge arrest, 9 foreign nationals arrested!!!
South Africans are left fuming after finding out what foreign nationals have been doing lately.Apparently the hawks managed to find Chinese, Zimbabwean, Somalian and Kenyan nationals dealing with abalone.The smuggling of abalong has gone high in the country it is most likely the foreign nation involved.About R20 million estimated value of abalone were found by the hawks.The foreign nationals were caught off guard while busy operating an illegal processing of abalone.
Eventually the abalone is taken to countries like china as it is one of their favourite dish and also expensive.
The hawks did a great job to arrest the foreign nationals that are here in the country to do illegal stuff.South Africans were pleased with the arrest and hope more foreign nationals involved in illegal dealings get arrested.The foreign nationals are from the age of 23 and 30 yet have associated themselves in illegal doings.
Why do you think these foreign nationals do this in our country? Share views below!!!
Source: Mzansi Times
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