South Africa: Police and Premier Soccer League Join Hands in Fight Against Crime, 1 Aug

press release

In line with the organisations Turnaround Vision of mobilising and reaching out to communities to join hands in the fight against crime in South Africa, The South African Police Service (SAPS) is pleased to announce that it will be entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Service and the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

With this MOU in place, the SAPS seeks to formalise its partnership with the PSL by ensuring that both parties commit to crime fighting initiatives geared towards young people as both perpetrators and victims of crime, crimes against women, children and vulnerable groups with a broader aim of creating social cohesion.

A signing ceremony will take place whereby the National Commissioner of the SAPS General Khehla John Sitole and the Chairman of the PSL, Dr Irvin Khoza will sign the MOU on behalf of the two organisations.

A media briefing will follow where objectives of this MOU will be outlined.

Members of the media are invited to cover this memorable occasion.

Details are as follows:

Date: Thursday, 01 August 2019

Time: 11:00 for 11:30

Venue: Southern Sun OR Tambo International Airport,Jones Rd,1687

NB: Camera's to be set-up by 10:30


Colonel Athlenda Mathe

Cell: 0820408808

Colonel Brenda Muridili

Cell: 0716869425

Event Category:

Government activities

Issued by: South African Police Service

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