Business is back to normal at Beitbridge border post in South Africa which was shut down on Friday after protesters blocked both sides of the border.
The South African Home Affairs Department on Saturday told the media that traffic had begun flowing through the Beitbridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe.
On Friday, the border was a no go zone as a group of people were demonstrating at the border post, expressing their dissatisfaction with restrictions placed on goods being imported into Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Association Warehouse at the border which holds confiscated goods was torched down during the demonstrations.
Meanwhile, South African home affairs officials have refuted reports that the group of angry people were protesting from both sides of the border.
The officials say demonstrations were only on the Zimbabwean side of the border.
Home Affairs Director General Mkuseli Apleni said: “From our side, we have been informed that police are on alert and that everything is now starting to move slowly.”