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EZINQOLENI SAPS CREATE AWARENESS ON GBV
2020/12/02      |  Written By:  Sergeant S Ncane   |   Province:  Kwazulu-Natal

Ezinqoleni SAPS held an awareness march on 25 November 2020 which started at the Ezinqoleni library and stopped at the taxi rank to kick off the campaign of 16 Days of Activism.  Ezinqoleni SAPS Social Crime Prevention coordinator Sergeant Penny Mqadi as well as UGU District Crime Prevention Forum Chairperson were instrumental in ensuring the march was a success.

A number of other departments were involved including the South African Council of Churches, Youth Desk, Ward 33 counsellor, traditional councils, Department of Social Development, Department of Health, Mother of the Nation, Imifihlakalo and Onomehlo.

A number of speakers reminded the community of the need to protect our women and children and for men to stand up and be accountable as real men.

SAPS Station Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Muziwendoda Thwala received a memorandum from the community and stressed that the 16 Days of Activism is one of the most important periods in the police calendar. SAPS will continue to protect women and children and empower them then to stand up to those who victimize and abuse their fundamental rights to safety and security.

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Ezinqoleni SAPS held an awareness march on 25 November 2020
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Ezinqoleni SAPS held an awareness march on 25 November 2020