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PIC| Mzansi is amazed by the BORDER built in KZN that prevent hijackers from exporting stolen cars.

Borders are built to separate countries, therefore a border defines the area that a government controls. The government of a region can only create and apply laws within its borders. Most countries have some form of border control to regulate or limit the movement of people, animals, and goods into and out of the country.

Borders and boundaries, are meant to make good relations between nations. Clearly established boundaries should mean that there are no territorial disputes over certain pieces of land, leaving nations free to conduct normal relations with each other based on mutual interests.

South Africa is suffering from crime and has a high crime rate compared to other countries, lately, people have been stealing goods such as cars and export them to our neighbour country Mozambique, one of the reasons why they built a wall in the North of KZN that separates South Africa and Mozambique to reduce crime.

This morning a lady by the name @SihleMahamba take it to social media sharing great news with her followers, she posted pictures of a burned car that was trying to cross the border from South Africa to Mozambique, apparently it's a stolen car. it is said that hijackers like using that border to transport stolen cars but they fail because of the mini wall built in between these two countries. 

She caption "The wall that is being built in North KZN border between Mozambique and South Africa is currently serving its purpose. Car hijackers are currently struggling to cross stolen vehicles to Mozambique 🙌."

The post was received well by her followers, indeed they were happy and jumped to the comment section to share their views, @sigubude "That's good news indeed"

@bongi_shazi "So far so good" what do you think about this border, share your thoughts below, like and share with friends, and don't forget to hit the follow button. 

THANK YOU!

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BORDER Mzansi North PIC| South Africa

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