Some exotic cars illegally imported from South Africa into Mozambique have been seized by the Mozambican tax authority. This was revealed to the public on the popular micro-blogging site Twitter by Vehicle Trackers.
"Mozambican Tax Authority seized seven illegally imported hot vehicles in the Chokwé district, Gaza province. These are vehicles with foreign registration, whose owners were unable to prove the legality of the importation from South Africa. #PutSouthAfricaFirst #DJSBU Zuma"
Check out pictures of the exotic vehicles below;
Many other users have reacted to this, see their responses below;
"They drive stolen South African cars on their Roads with RSA number plates?"
"Cars are still getting stolen Especially Toyota SUVs, We as South Africans must fight back hard!! I got so heartbroken when a SA saw his car parked in a Mozambique police station and the Police there did not want to help him get it back! We can’t live like this!"
"Just a reminder the KZN government paid BILLIONS to a company to build a wall on the border to Mozambique to stop hijacked cars being driven over. Money paid to company, no wall built. No action was taken against the company"
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