Two suspects, including a woman, travelling from Harare to South Africa have been arrested after being found in possession of drugs worth R2 million.
According to a statement by South African Police Service (SAPS) Limpopo Province Spokesperson, Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe, the two suspects were arrested over the weekend where drugs worth R2 million were seized while counterfeit goods worth thousands of rands were also recovered around Makhado and Modimolle areas.
It is alleged that on Sunday at around 06:00, police, while performing normal duties at the Beitbridge port of entry in the Musina policing area, searched the luggage belonging to a 38-year-old woman and found 15 crystal meth drugs with the estimated value of over R2 million.
Investigations revealed that the woman was travelling from Harare in Zimbabwe to South Africa.
The arrested suspects will soon appear before the Musina and Roadtan magistrate court and police investigations are progressing.