Car smuggling and carjacking are some of the Issues threatening the peace and stability of South Africans and residents in South Africa.
It is very difficult for a day to go by without news of people being attacked and dispossessed of their valuables by scrupulous elements.
Even though the government of South Africa through our security agencies have been trying their best to put an end to this dastardly act, on the other hand criminals are not backing down on their quest to continue perpetrating crime.
The car was hijacked from Gauteng province around Centurion and was being smuggled into Zimbabwe via Limpopo when the suspects were arrested.
This was contained in a statement issued by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter and it reads:
"The SANDF Force members with assistance from the SAPS Air Wing in Limpopo, arrested 2 Zimbabwean suspects who were caught driving a Toyota Fortuner valued at R700 000.00 which was confirmed to be stolen from Gauteng Province in the Centurion area."
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