Stolen meat galore in schools

Surprise surprise: Motube said butcheries should brace themselves for random surprise inspections PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Surprise surprise: Motube said butcheries should brace themselves for random surprise inspections PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

As Botswana Police Service's (BPS) anti-stock theft operation dubbed Kgomo Khumo closes on criminal syndicates in Mahalapye, Palapye and surrounding areas, it has since been established that some schools in the area are predominantly supplied with stolen meat.

The BPS’ spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Dipheko Motube, said unlike the previous weeks, the arrests have relatively reduced and this is being explained by the shortage of meat in the area and the impact is being felt as far as Gaborone.

He further stated that stock theft syndicates have been supplying stolen meat throughout the country and since they have invaded the area, scarcity of meat will soon be felt.

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