Illegal ZIMBABWEAN Put Children's Lives In DANGER By Doing THIS - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Mpumalanga - A Zimbabwean national is anticipated to appear before the eMalahleni Magistrate Court tomorrow confronting multiple charges including being in the Republic of South Africa illegally, driving without a valid driver's license and overloading of passengers.The Zimbabwean was arrested this on the 17th November 2021 at the Pap and Vleis intersection by the Emalahleni Local Municipality's Law Enforcement. A traffic official from the Municipality was on duty when she sighted a silver-grey Polo with a registration number from the Democratic Republic of Congo transporting 9 school children and the driver as a 10th passenger. Upon inspection the official asked for a driver's lincence of which the driver failed to produce and he was arrested on the scene. The vehicle has been impounded the law enforcement, and it will be handed over to the South African Revenue Services (SARS) for further investigation as it belongs to another Zimbabwean national which allegedly bought the vehicle illegally. The Chief for the Emalahleni Law Enforcement, Chief Delisiwe Motha is pleading with the community of eMalahleni to find proper transport for their children for in case of accidents so they can be able to claim from the Road Accident Fund. Chief Motha further says that the illegal vehicles from foreign countries do not pay tax in South Africa while they are uterlizing the country's infrastructure and putting people's lives in danger.
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