The South Africsn government is seemingly loosing the battle to fight crime at our borders to neighbouring countries like Mozambique and Zimbabwe as daily reports on alleged criminal activities are reported.
High ranking and expensive vehicles are recovered on a daily basis at the Lebombo border to Mozambique and the Beit Bridge border to Zimbabwe. The cars are reportedly stolen in South African and are transported to these borders where they have buyers waiting at the other side of the border.
These cars are discovered abandoned at the bushes when the perpetrators make a run for it away from the South African National Defence Force, SANDF. Meanwhile some SANDF officials have been nabbed for allegedly assisting some of these thugs cross the river or the border with the cars. Some of them do this hideous crime for just R15 000.
Meanwhile some thugs on their way to Mozambique with a stolen car crashed onto a border wall that is being built between KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique.
This was news welcomed by many South Africans who have had enough to deal with regarding alleged car theft by foreigners.
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