The South African National Defense Forces continue to achieve some significant gains at the boarder , this week with the arrest of two people who were driving a Nissan car loaded with dagga. The car was already on the South African side wondering how it get through so many check points.
Nine bags of dagga were found inside the car with a street value of R363 000, 00. The suspects will be taken to court once the preliminary investigations are completed. This has come at the backdrop of the president closing the boarders from 15 January to 15 February 2021.
#SANDF members conducted VCPs near Gate 8. During the operation, they found a vehicle loaded with bags of x10 dagga with two suspects. The dagga valued at R363 000, 00. Two suspects in connection with the possession of dagga were arrested and taken to Manguzi SAPS.#sandf#SANDF pic.twitter.com/s3EVqZgM5Y
— SA National Defence Force (@SANDFCorpEvents) January 22, 2021
@MalukaBlaq: The real question is how did they pass the border without being searched, because that’s why the problem lies.
@Just_Jamie: That’s how they passed without being searched. Corruption is rife in SA. So sad. I worry about the Vaccine rollout. More Money more problems.
@Ron: Stop arresting people for cannabis.