South African Nabbed For Stealing Copper Cables In Zim
Siyabonga Ntombela (32) was arrested with his five Zimbabwean colleagues at Beitbridge Border Post on Friday after they were found possessing more than 1 500 kgs of copper cables
A lot of people thought that the issue of cable theft is only happening in South Africa. It seems like most of the Southern African people have realised how much money cables can make, so the cable theft has now become a problem of Southern Africa. Perhaps not just Southern Africa, but the whole Africa cables are being stolen.
So it doesn't matter the nationality of a person or the nation that person is stealing to. The fact of the matter is that cable theft is becoming one of the famous and the dangerous crime that rotating in Africa. So this is a true indication that if this kind of crime can happen in South Africa, it also can happen anywhere else. It does not make South Africans better people, they also can steal in any country anything that they see can make money.
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