Serule headman on stocktheft charges

SELEBI-PHIKWE: A Serule headman has been charged by the police for stocktheft after he was allegedly found in possession of a donkey that does not belong to him.

Serule police station commander, Superintendent Lesole Mosimane said that they have registered the case in court and the headman has already appeared before Selebi-Phikwe Magistrate’s Court.  He added that they investigated the case and are treating it like any other involving stocktheft. Meanwhile, Mosimane said they are on high alert to crack down on human trafficking cases and the situation has become better.

He said that the A1 route connects the northern part of the country to the south and most of the people implicated in such cases are Zimbabweans who cross to South Africa with young children to look for employment there.

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