The suspects were arrested at Three Sisters near Victoria West during a roadblock conducted by the Pixley ka Seme intervention team, flying squad, Victoria West visible policing members, and provincial traffic officers, said Brigadier Mohale Ramatseba.

A total of 21 bags of compressed dagga with an estimated street value of about R1,6 million, weighing 330,4kg, were found in a bakkie.

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Cash amounting to R12 000 was also confiscated and the two suspects, aged 29 and 59, were arrested.

A case of dealing in dagga has been opened and the two men will appear in the Victoria West Magistrate’s Court soon, Ramatseba said.

African News Agency