Zimbabwean Women Caught With R1.2 million Worth Explosives in S.A
South Africa Special Police Unit The Hawks yesterday arrested two Zimbabwean women with dozens of bundles of explosives, blasting cartridges and case fuses worth around R1.2m.
Zimbabweans have been making the news in South Africa for all the wrong reasons, Last month Preymore Dube a Zimbabwean national gunned down a Police Officer during a robbery shootout was later apprehended but the incident sparked xenophobic violence.
Another national Roland Muchegwa who gained notoriety for partying with different yellow bone women is currently embroiled in a tax evasion storm with the South Africa Revenue Services.
The two women were arrested in Thohoyandou, Limpopo, following a tip-off.
“The team received a tip-off about two women from Zimbabwe who were in possession of explosives destined for Gauteng. The two people matching the description of the suspects were spotted in one of the lodges in Thohoyandou and their movements were constantly monitored,” said Capt Matimba Maluleke.
“The suspects were arrested as they about to board a bus to Gauteng.” The illegal explosives were then found in their possession. The women, who had allegedly entered South Africa illegally, are set to appear in the Thohoyandou Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
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