South Africa’s Police Minister coming to Malawi to get 300 stolen cars  back

Malawi has 300 stolen vehicles from South Africa and those driving hot cars be aware that Police Minister from South Africa  Bheki Cele has announced he is coming to to retrieve the vehicles stolen and smuggled across the border.

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”At least 22,000 cars are stolen in South Africa every year, and most of them are taken over our borders to neighbouring countries. Malawi has 300 of these vehicles; many of the cars are stolen from Gauteng,” Cele has been widely quoted by South African media.

He was speaking  to  reporters at a briefing  at Tembisa police station in Ekurhuleni.

Cele is expected to come with International Criminal Police Organisation(Interpol)  to fan out across the country, mounting random checkpoints on major Malawi roads and stopping vehicles they suspect to have been stolen.

Most of the “high end” vehicles belong to the senior members of government, high profile politicians and businessmen.

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Mike
3 years ago

Kamlepo, Chaponda, Kasambala ndi amwenye wonse , pleaaasse bisani magalimo. otherwise muyendela mazda kkkkkkkkk

jemusi
3 years ago

two useless things in this article….one by the author another by the so called arrangement…….the author says “beware’ …..warning thieves? which side is the author? theives’?
and the minister wants to come here to do what? the worst thieves in RSA are from Nigeria…Is the minister going to do the same in Nigeria where most stolen cars find their destination? Let him try

995
995
3 years ago

Kuno nde amatipezelera,kodi a Malawife vuto ndi chani?? Pa mozambikiiii pompa sangayelekeze kukapanga zopusazo,did we go to SA a steal a car?? We bought it, analora bwanji kuduasa ma border ose mpaka kuno? Akatenga these cars tgey will sale them at ac cheap price atatipasilaso matenda acha alongo athu.can we go to south Africa And mount a road block just to find stolen vehucles and chamba from our country

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
3 years ago

Do you really need the whole minister to come over? Is he going to do the confiscation himself. Africa, zopusa basi.

Mike
3 years ago

Tiwone tsopano achina Muli, Kasambala kuyendela tima Mazda kkkkk. Wonders shall never endoooooo

Aluya
Aluya
3 years ago

Galimoto zimenezo sizioneka pa mseu. Mkanabwera mwakachetechete

A Few Good Men
A Few Good Men
3 years ago

Dont forget to collect another from Kamlepo Kalua

Nox Nthambi
Nox Nthambi
3 years ago

Most of these cars are driven by high profile people mainly from state house, MPs, Ministers and business moguls in the cities of Malawi. Mr Minister you will not achieve anything because these cars are driven by high profile people in the society. I bait you, you will return to South Africa with nothing. Search me.

Mtondoli Jonazi
Mtondoli Jonazi
3 years ago

Maybe Bheki Cele should not have openly said this as people will now hide the cars and not drive them. A clandestine sweep in collaboration with the Malawi Police Services and/or Interpol would surely have easily netted these cars. But what I wanted to add is that people who buy these cars tend to forget that some of the cars’ (previous) owners lose their lives or those of their families because the criminals will go to any lengths to get their hands on them. According to reports, these criminals steal these cars on order, and as long as the buyers… Read more »

kaitano
kaitano
3 years ago

Welcome Minister sir, i don’t forget my Brother’s Toyota Hilux White anamubela pa Eastgate Mall JHB inakapezeka ku Blantyre kwa his neba, after atava zoti Toyota Hilux is for his neba who is in South Africa, inasowa the same day, Malawians kuba too much, Chidziko chambava zokha zokha.

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