South African women caught and jailed in Zimbabwe for doing this
It has been reportedly that the South African women was caught in Zimbabwe and jailed on Tuesday after she was caught doing this.
As per reports the South African women who is reportedly to be Shila Khumalo and she is 50 years old, staying in Johannesburg, This women was convicted of dealing in dangerous drugs by Harare magistrate Munamato Mutevedzi. 6
She was allegedly caught in Zimbabwe for trafficking drugs worth R600,000, and she was given 12 years in prison and two years was suspend on a good behavior. This women was caught in Robert Mugabe International airport.
It is also said that this women was caught in Zimbabwe as she was coming from Brazil and her luggage was searched and sachet of cocaine was found, she also swallowed 60 bulk bags of cocaine which she passed out in custody before going to court.
The President Emmerson Mnangagwa, declared war on drug dealers after this scandal got his attention, and he said this
“Unbecoming trends such as the alarming entry of destructive drugs into our jurisdiction, threaten the fate of our youth. My government will thus continue to take stern measures to stamp out this growing threat,”
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