Airports worried as mules increasingly use OR Tambo to traffic drugs
Reports are suggesting that airports around the world are seeing an unprecedented rise in drug trafficking cases via OR Tambo Airport.
It is alleged that officials in Hong Kong prisons say that 20% of drug mules were arrested at the Hong Kong Airport between 2018/19.
Clement Manyathela on the Midday Report chats to journalist and transnational crime researcher Sean Christie to weigh in on the matter.
It is 22 people arrested in Hong Kong Airport between 2018/19. In Mauritius its 100 people via OR Tambo Airport since 2017.Sean Christie, Journalist and transnational crime researcher
Listen below to the full conversation:
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