Foreigners remanded for illegal dagga possession

FRANCISTOWN: A South African, Zimbabwean, Namibian and two locals have been remanded in custody for allegedly being found in unlawful possession of dagga.

In the first case, Suneel Ramdeen from South Africa was allegedly found with an undisclosed amount of dagga at Ngwasha Veterinary gate on May 23.

Ramdeen is charged with his Zimbabwe counterpart, Onias Tapfumaneyi, who is a mechanic at Suns Trans, a company belonging to Ramdeen.

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