Over 102 cows from a analysis facility belonging to the Agricultural Division in Limpopo have gone lacking.
The regional ministry suspects that a few of their very own officers are chargeable for this corrupt scandal.
The worth of the stolen livestock is estimated to be at roughly R3 million, equating to a mean value of R30,000 per cow.
It’s believed that the theft started in the course of the lockdown and continued for over 4 months. The safety measures can be assumed to have been breached.
This ridiculous scheme comes in the course of the time when corruption amongst authorities officers is prevalent within the nation.
Each provincial and nationwide departments have been implicated in a number of tender scams associated to COVID-19. Nevertheless, this newest case of cow looting is a brand new one.