Mr Roberto Joao Matola arrested as SANDF Soldiers safeguarding the SA/Mozambique borderline, SA/Eswatini borderline recover seven 7 vehicles KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, May 30, 2022

Mr Roberto Joao Matola arrested as SANDF Soldiers safeguarding the SA/Mozambique borderline, SA/Eswatini borderline recover seven 7 vehicles

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that SANDF Soldiers who have been safeguarding the SA/Mozambique borderline, SA/Eswatini borderline recover seven 7 vehicles. (Read More Here).

In the process, Mr Roberto Joao Matola, got arrested. 

Vehicle Tracker SA:

"The month of May turned out to be yet another busy but successful one for the South African National Defence Force and the soldiers deployed under Operation CORONA (Border Safeguarding Operations) in the Mpumalanga Province. 9 South African Infantry Battalion who have been handed the responsibility of safeguarding the South Africa/Mozambique borderline, South Africa/Eswatini borderline, and Kruger National Park are currently proving worthy of their reputation as a ‘force to be reckoned with’ when it comes to Borderline Operations. So far the unit has managed to recover seven (7) vehicles since they started their deployments on the line in mid-April 2022, five (5) of these vehicles recovered in the month of May. 

"The total monetary value of vehicles recovered is just short of R4 Million and includes a Ford Ranger D/Cab, a white Toyota Hilux D/Cab (found abandoned in a field near Mananga Village – Macadamia), a 2009 model H100 Hyundai mini truck, a 1999 model Toyota Land Cruiser S/Cab, a Toyota Station Wagon (found abandoned at Mabuza filling station), a reasonably new model Range Rover and a VW Polo TSI."

Other information: "SANDF Soldiers who have been safeguarding the SA/Mozambique borderline, SA/Eswatini borderline recover seven 7 vehicles since they started operation CORONA. on one instance driver Mr Roberto Joao Matola from Mozambique was arrested and the vehicle impounded."


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