Port Shepstone SAPS arrested two foreign nationals after being caught with what is believed to be the first consignment of a drug called “khat” that was intercepted on the South Coast.
The two male occupants appeared to be very suspicious and the vehicle was intercepted. The drug is originally from East Africa and contains two stimulant substances, cathinone, and cathine.
“This plant is normally chewed or even smoked. A total of 104 bundles were confiscated and each bundle contained 106 stems.”
The two suspects will be charged with possession of drugs and will appear in court shortly. – Supplied.