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Police busted illegal traders in catalytic converters in Mogoditshane

Illegally trading in catalytic converters in Mogoditshane

Police today raided illegal immigrants and businesses that are illegally trading in catalytic converters in Mogoditshane. They arrested a Zimbabwean man, Bvumai Mavunga, who was found in possession of catalytic converters which he failed to account for.

Posted by The Voice Newspaper Botswana on Thursday, 20 May 2021

Police today raided illegal immigrants and businesses that are illegally trading in catalytic converters in Mogoditshane. They arrested a Zimbabwean man, Bvumai Mavunga, who was found in possession of catalytic converters which he failed to account for.

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  1. maureen

    June 9, 2021 at 3:58 pm

    Ga ise re utlwe go te Batswana ba ile go senya ko mafatshing a bone, Please a ba e kgolegelong ya lebaka le le telele

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