Stock theft in the south - police not really motivated

Farmers in the south of Namibia have expressed alarm at the rate of stock theft in their area. The scourge, they say, is being compounded by “ineffective policing”, which they claim has led to a low conviction rate. Christiaan Swartbooi the farmers' association representative in the south of Namibia, who also serves on the livestock-theft committee, says to date they have been working with members of the police in the south to combat stock theft but sometimes members of the force aren't motivated enough to do their job and cooperation remains a challenge. Christiaan, verduidelik vir ons presies waar die uitdagings lê...