Community to march peacefully against crime

2016-10-26 06:00

TAKING back the streets of Scottsville, Pelham, Bisley and Hayfields, community members will take part in a motorcade on Thursday, 3 November at 7am. The march will begin at Harry Gwala Stadium and proceed to France.

SAPS are in full support of the initiative.

“We will show our presence and get many community members involved as possible. The aim is to create awareness on community building and crime. This will be a peaceful drive and brand against crime. All businesses, sporting teams and families are welcome. This is to show that we are united against crime. We seek a unity, productivity and focus in the community,” said Deon Marillier, chairman of the newly formed Scottsville forum.

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