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Namibia – Botswana – S.A joint law enforcement project

Sharlien Tjambari 

Various Government law enforcement agencies of Namibia, Botswana and South Africa launched the 10th Joint Law Enforcement Operation at Swakopmund this week.

The law enforcement operation is carried out under the auspices of the Trans-Kalahari Corridor Management Committee (TKCMC) which oversees compliance with procedures for the smooth flow of trade on the Trans-Kalahari highway linking the port of Walvis Bay via Botswana to South Africa’s economic hub, Gauteng.
From official documents to loading and licensing, the law enforcement officers are leaving no stone unturned to ensure transporters comply with relevant legislation, policies and procedures. Well-functioning roads, railroads and border posts is important to ensure regional economic integration for SADC.
The launch of the operation took place at the main road block near Swakopmund on the B2 and was attended by the Deputy Minister of Transport James Sankwasa and the Governor of Erongo, Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua and the Inspector-General of the Namibian Police General Sebastian Ndeitunga.

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