If by chance you were planning to commit any form of border crime such as smuggling, using illegal points of entry and exit, or other crimes related then you have every reason to worry.
This is because the Zimbabwean police are doing a good job arresting people who are breaking the rules. The Zimbabwe Republic Police is reported to have arrested 61 000 people to date who have committed crimes at the borders.
This information shows that the perpetrators of crimes are getting arrested at a high rate. The members of the community, therefore, need to ensure that they do everything by the book. Even though the members of the community continue illegally crossing to other countries such as South Africa and Botswana as a result of economic and social problems , the official points of exit and entry need to be used.
The use of illegal points of entry has led to the arrests of thousands of people, and the Zimbabwe Republic Police continues to erect arrests.
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