According to The Namibian, a couple was arrested for illegally crossing the border at Noordoewer on 11 May.
They crossed the Orange River on foot in a quest to buy entjies.
Another South African man was also arrested for illegal entry into Namibia after crossing the Orange River near Noordoewer on a canoe.
The three were being held in police custody and would be quarantined for 14 days before they were deported.
Meanwhile, Namibia has recorded two new Covid-19 infections after the country went 45 days without any new cases.
According to a local newspaper, Informant, two Namibian women aged 66 and 28, who recently travelled to South Africa, tested positive for the virus.
“The detection of the two cases after a period of 45 days without a new case should rekindle our resolve to intensify the fight against Covid-19 in the country.
“I express my appreciation to the public for the cooperation that we do not have a local transmission. Let us not lower our guard,” Namibian Health Minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula told the publication.
The new patients were quarantined in Namibia when their tests were positive.
Dr Shangula said that both women were currently not displaying symptoms of the virus, and that their conditions were satisfactory.
The cases bring the latest number of confirmed Covid-19 infections in Namibia to 18.
Fourteen people have recovered from the virus and no deaths have been recorded.African News Agency