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Border booze bust

DETERMINED: Lefa Kareng

Namibian truck driver caught with P36, 000 worth of liquor

Charles Hill Police scored a mountain of a victory in the fight against illegal booze on Monday, busting a Namibian truck driver attempting to smuggle alcohol into the country.

In total, the confiscated liquor amounted to P36, 254.

Confirming the swoop, Charles Hill Station Commander, Lega Kareng revealed they caught the 41-year-old Namibian, who works for Snymen Transport, at Mamuno Border Post.

“The truck was coming from Namibia going to collect some goods at Masama mines. It appears that a Batswana couple had approached ...

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