It's been years now foreigners being associated with bad things although there were no proofs but now proofs are being visible.
Few years ago, foreigners in South Africa have were being associated with human trafficking and also smuggling drugs from outside South Africa to the republic of South Africa.
It seems like now foreigners are smuggling something different.
It has been reported that there are Nine (9) foreign nationals have been arrested in Cape Town province in the republic of South Africa for smuggling abalone with an estimated value of R20 million.
In another place it has been also reported that A Kenyan national and a Somali aged 23 ans 30 were arrested. The team proceeded to Parow where another illegal processing facility was unveiled. Two Chinese nationals and Zimbabwean nationals aged between 25 qnd 26 were arrested after more units of abalone were seized.
It is now clear that abolone is another item on smuggling market.
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