According to the authorities' Vish Naidoo, the two suspects, aged 24 and 33, went into the nation through Swaziland on Saturday. The suspects were informed by border officers that they can't be approved entryway into South Africa as the nation is presently under lockdown. The two British males simply speed off from the border gate into South Africa with their cars and truck unlawfully. When they showed up in Durban, they signed in to a guest house. Regional authorities in Durban were notified by border authorities who were following them.
The two were identified in a guest house where they were detained. The guest house owner was likewise detained for providing entryway to foreign individuals without any licenses. According to the federal government, one can just be offered an entryway in a guest house just if there is a funeral go-to license. Besides, nobody is permitted to access a guest house throughout lockdown.
Authorities Naidoo stated.
" The British nationals are anticipated to appear on different charges, consisting of remaining in of a lorry believed to be taken, offense of the Immigration Act and contravening the National Disaster Act. The guesthouse owner is likewise anticipated to be charged with contravening the National Disaster Act''
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