South Africa’s Border Management Authority Holds Ground As Zimbabwe Accuses It of Inflating Number of ‘Trafficked’ Children

South Africa’s Border Management Authority (BMA) is sticking to its earlier stance that it intercepted 443 children who were entering the neighbouring country illegally despite Zimbabwe accusing it of lying.

In a sting operation that was carried out over the weekend, more than 400 children from 42 buses, who were South Africa bound, were intercepted by BMA at the Beitbridge border post.

However, the Zimbabwean government has said the figures released were inflated and there is no such record.

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