It’s boom time on the Zim border as locals turn into lockdown smugglers
Unemployed Musina bakkie drivers are making a killing as they keep smuggling networks’ wheels turning
For Musina resident Richard (not his real name), life under lockdown could not be better.
In its first three months, he earned more money than he normally makes in a year at the shop he works at in the Beit Bridge border-post town.
“Man, I am killing it. The kind of money I make is insane. I have made R200,000 this month. It was the same for the last two months, every month,” he said smiling, while standing next to his badly dented white bakkie...