Businessmen and residents act against crime

2011-04-05 00:00

BUSINESSMEN and well-known Munster residents have banded together to make living in Munster and Glenmore safe. They have implemented a patrolling system that will monitor the streets of Munster and Glenmore around the clock.

When businessman Kaiser Gcinikaya’s house was broken into in Munster, he vowed to do something about the crime in the area. Together wit a team of friends, he has done just that. The team formed a BEE-registered business, Munster Glenmore Security Patrols CC, that oversees the people employed to patrol the areas 24 hours a day.

The patrols are run by Kaiser Gcinikaya Ntsinjana, Reverend De Wet Ngeleka, Barry Frits, Louis Moller, Vic Neilson, Cedric Willmore, Dave and Rod Kinsey.

Spokesperson Rod Kinsey said that the company will work very closely with the police to make the area safer for everyone to live in.

Fifteen men and women, in camouflage, are currently in action patrolling the areas 24 hours a day.

Kinsey appealed to all residents and visitors to attend a public meeting at Munster Bowling Club on Friday, April 8 at 5 pm to learn more.

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