South Africa is constructing concrete barriers along its border with Mozambique to deter vehicle theft and smuggling.

The project, costing nearly $2.7 million, includes three sections spanning a total of 25 kilometers.

One section near Tembe Elephant Park is already under construction and has received positive feedback from the community and the military.

The barrier has already proven effective, as evidenced by a failed attempt to drive a stolen SUV over it using iron ladders.

Approximately 15 companies of troops are deployed to safeguard South Africa’s borders, focusing on areas with high security risks.

Credit to BBC for the original report.

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