This year 22 June 2021 Hawks seized cocain worth of millions in Isipingo Durban, 01 December 2021 today another million worth of Cocain has been seized in Durban harbour. The same harbour where a container full of ammunition disappeared during the July Unrest.
Mphiliseni Sithole asked a very important question saying “Is this the same drugs that were stolen from the Hawks storages in Port Shepstone or it was a new stock from overseas that they've just confiscated upon arrival?”
Nkwata tweeted “Mostly they use Mozambique point of entry ,especially those who come from Somalia ,and Ethiopia .They come in containers, the next thing they are all over the place looking space to build spaza shops for their cartel”
”let's control all entry points like I said if our patriotism is to preserve the country legacy and not self hate. We need to know who brings them and how they left those countries undetected maybe it's time we sanction certain countries behind these crimes” said Peaceworth Makhubela.
what are your thoughts fellas?
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