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Four Zambian trucks hijacked in South Africa

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The Zambian Embassy in South Africa says four Zambian trucks have been hijacked in Johannesburg, South Africa.

However, the trucks belong to different commercial companies, thus, carrying different vehicle engines for reconditioning.

Three trucks were hijacked in Wadesville, Germiston.

Moreover, the unknown persons hijacked another one in Joesiovo, Gauteng province on Sunday, September 15.

The hijackers tied the drivers with cable wires and put them in a car and dropped them on the roadside close to where the incident occurred.

Meanwhile, the names of the drivers driving the trucks are Katongo Mulenga, Boniface Chabala, Jimmy Kasenga, and Charles Kakoma.

Note that, no one sustained an injury due to the hijacking and the drivers are safe.

Subsequently, the Cleveland and John Foster posts have started investigating the case.

The High Commission is doing its best possible to recover the truck as well as ensure the safety of Zambians in South Africa.

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