The zimbabwean police operatives has beefed up security across its borders following the constant movement of illicit products and Illegal trespassing of people from neighboring countries.
There has been serious tension along the Beitbridge out post bordering South Africa and Zimbabwe as the area has become a preferred place for criminals to operate.
In an emerging report, about 30 South African citizens were arrested while trying to cross into zimbabwe Illegally.
The suspects were arrested at Beitbridge border post. They were hiding in between logs of woods being transported into Zimbabwe from South Africa.
Among the items found on them were: CVs, Academic qualifications which they intend to use in securing a job in zimbabwe.
According to a statement released by ZBC News on Twitter and it reads:
"30 South Africans have been caught trying to illegally cross into Zimbabwe via the Beitbridge border post. Hidden among their few possessions were CVs and academic certificates. It’s now suspected that they were trying to illegally seek employment in this country."
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