Similar to the African Criminal Organizational Crime Research Unit, Hawks has been arrested by another suspect (24), believes that it has been part of the trade unions, stealing vehicles from neighboring countries and from Zimbabwe to the north of the Zambezi River.
It is understood that most of the stolen cars are in Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania.
Limpopo's captain Matimba Maluleke's spokeswoman said he was allegedly arrested on Wednesday in the Brixton National High Court, even though he did not go to court, unrelated charges.
"A group of thieves suspects six Ford Ranger cars stole Phalaborwa's car dealer Phalaborwa in December 2017," said Capt Maluleke.
"Six stolen six vehicles were recovered on Limpopo River, near Beitbridge, on smuggling in Zimbabwe on December 9.
- Four suspects, Frank Dube (32), Tsununu Ahmad Maphosa (32),
Ndokiseni Mbedzi (45) and Mpho Dzwuguda (27) were arrested and appeared on Musina Magistrates' Court, but they only granted Dzwuguda and Mbedzi to each R3000 bond.
Suspects must appear on the first occasion in Musina Magistrates' Court, in order to deal with the burden of the railroad in the robbery of local businesses and motor vehicles. Another researcher seeking a possible suspect yet. "
They have taken measures to minimize smuggling of vehicles and the smuggling of other countries.
The stolen smuggling of cars stolen from Zimbabwe in South Africa is gathered together with authorities from both countries, over 40 cross-border vehicles have been recovered.
In 2012, Zimbabwean police abolished abuse of anti-smuggling against Panda Mine and arrested seven Malawi people and retrieved five vehicles from their vehicles.
Among the vehicles; Two Toyota Fortuners, one of Nissan Navarra, a Toyota High Rider and a Toyota Vigo worth 4 million Rand.
Some of these trade unions are linked to security personnel and their officials, the Zimbabwe Finance Authority (ZIMRA) and the Central Registry of Vehicles (CVR).
They are officials who facilitate contractors and enrollment processes.