KSSF vows to tackle crime

2016-12-01 06:00
 The newly elected Khayelitsha Security and Safety Forum (KSSF) are:  Deputy Chairperson, Connie August, Yonela Ndabambi, Lusanda Jonas, Funeka Soldaat, Back row from left, KSSF Secretary, Lulama Mangxilana, Treasurer, Lillian Monakali, Project Coordinator, Loyiso Silwana, Yonela Ndabambi, Chairperson, Mbuyiseli Boqwana, Siyasanga Kilimani, PRO, Xolani Dywili

The newly elected Khayelitsha Security and Safety Forum (KSSF) are: Deputy Chairperson, Connie August, Yonela Ndabambi, Lusanda Jonas, Funeka Soldaat, Back row from left, KSSF Secretary, Lulama Mangxilana, Treasurer, Lillian Monakali, Project Coordinator, Loyiso Silwana, Yonela Ndabambi, Chairperson, Mbuyiseli Boqwana, Siyasanga Kilimani, PRO, Xolani Dywili

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The newly elected Khayelitsha Security and Safety Forum committee has called upon all citizens to unite against the killings of policemen.

Chairperson Mbuyiseli Boqwana urged anyone with information regarding police killings to come forward amd report.

“Let the law enforcement agencies arrest these perpetrators by informing them,” Boqwana.’

The provincial commissioner of the Western Cape, Lieutenant General K E Jula spoke harshly against the killings at a memorial service held for the late Constable Amanda Ladlokova, Constable Thanduxolo Ndiki and Constable Masibonge Nqwaba who lost their lives during last week.

A wreath laying ceremony was held to honour them in front of the Philippi-East Police Station.

He said KSSF would be engaging community police fora, civic organisations, street committees and local development forums to lead a campaign to isolate killers of the police.

“Those who attack and kill police men and women are not accepted to our communities because they are evil, they don’t care about our children and women” he emphasised..

The new committee will rollout campaign to ensure communities are safer over the festive season and support the 16 Days of Activism on Violence Against Women and Children campaign ending on 10 December.

Project co-ordinator Mr Loyiso Silwana vowed to develop a project that seeks to ensure the campaign is sustained throughout the year.

Treasurer, Lillian Monakali has indicated that partnerships will be built with NGOs working with people living with disabilities.

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