CIGARETTE SMUGGLERS GET CAUGHT AT BEITBRIDGE
Alleged cigarette smugglers have been arrested after smuggling 523 packing containers packed-full of cigarettes. They’re anticipated to look earlier than the courtroom on Wednesday, after their unlawful cigarette racket was busted. The alleged smugglers stuffed an empty petrol tanker with tobacco merchandise and drove throughout the Beitbridge Border with Zimbabwe.
The law enforcement officials found this unlawful motion after they had been inspecting the contents of the automobile. It was reported that the tanker was sealed on the prime
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Earlier this month, some smugglers had been caught utilizing heavy water containers to seal packs of cigarettes inside.
Because the ban on cigarette has been enforced, the federal government had misplaced R4.07 billion in tax income. It has been reported that the authorized tobacco trade is hemorrhaging R35 million a day. The federal government continues to be eager on proving the legitimacy of the ban in courtroom.