Ten foreign nationals were arrested after they were found with cocaine valued at R583 million.
By RSA_News | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 400 views
A group of ten foreign nationals who are behind cocaine ship were raided by the police on Cape west coast earlier this week and police managed to recover cocaine valued at R583 million. Their names are as follows Mario Vasev who is 47 years old, Asen Georgiev Ivanov( 51), Borislav Stoyanov Atanasov( 45), Atanas Bikov( 53), Kyaw Kyaw Han (42), Khin Aung (55), Nyein Win (28 ), Thaw Tin Win (52), Kyaw Win (36) and Zin Kyaw who is 27 years old.
All of them filled the dock in the Vredenburg magistrate’s court on Thursday, 4 March 2021, after they were arrested this week in connection with one of SA’s biggest drug busts.
South Africa that foreign Nationals come and sell drugs to their fellow brothers and sisters, these people even sell to young children because of greed...all they want is money and they careless about what they destroy or affect. Now a lot of people believe that Nigerians get their supply from these white people, they then sell them to people all around the country.
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