19 July 2018

South Africa: Tsakane SAPS Members Reach Out to the Community in Support of Mandela Day Centenary

press release

Women's Network, Social Crime Prevention Unit, Corporate Communication and Liaison, the local Youth Desk and the local Community Policing Forum (CPF) together with the Station Commander, Colonel Johannes Maass heed to the call of donating 67 minutes of our time to help those in need on Mandela day by painting and cleaning the Tshepo Hope Centre and were later joined by the Visible Policing members under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Collen Gumbi.

Each member contributed in this cause by painting and cleaning the centre. Tshepo Hope Centre is a NGO that is feeding the young people after school in the area situated in Extentsion 3 Langaville.

Tsakane SAPS identified this centre to extend a helping hand aiming to eradicate poverty in the area and ultimately to eradicate crime.

As we remember Madiba this week, let us do so through recommitting ourselves to advancing his vision of unity, reconciliation, global peace, development, prosperity and a better life for all South Africans and serving our communities with dignity and professionalism.

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