Two arrested for money laundering at Namibia-SA border
16 Feb 2018 - by
Two suspects were arrested for money laundering this week after border officials intercepted R2.5 million at the Vioolsdrift Border Post.
According to South African police Service (SAPS) captain Sergio Kock, the money was allegedly en route to Cape Town from Namibia.
The suspects are expected to appear before the Springbok Magistrates Court in due course and investigations are ongoing.
In related news, police minister Fikile Mbalula postponed his address about plans to deal with cross-border crime which was set to be held in Manguzi, KwaZulu Natal today.
A police statement said that this was due to “ongoing developments in parliament and the country” and that a new date would be communicated in due course.