Join CBD awareness walk

2016-11-16 06:01
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WITH the commencement of 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children approaching, a group of civil servants, community members, government officials, parents and private sector individuals have joined forces to embark on a CBD Awareness Walk.
The walk is intended to create awareness and implement change in terms of domestic violence issues and school bullying which has been prevalent in KwaDukuza in the past few months.
The group has formed a planning committee and is that residents join in the march.

“The number of domestic violence cases are increasing and school bullying is leaving pupils physically and emotional traumatised.
“Parents and community members need to know that there are a few good men and women who want to change the circumstances and it is for this reason a team of private individuals and local government officials have joined to unite against violence in schools, homes and our community,” said Nirvana Naidoo spokesperson of the organising committee.
“We are calling on the community, other government institutions and private sector to march together on Friday, 25 November in solidarity and unite against the social ills destroying women, children and schools.”
Those who are interested in participating are welcome to join in the walk through the CBD.
Thus far Boston College Stanger, KwaDukuza Fire and Emergency Services, KwaDukuza SAPS, KwaDukuza Community Safety and Traffic Department, RTI Groutville, Department of Justice, Department of Correctional Services and many other private and government departments have pledged their support.
The march will commence at the King Shaka Monument at 8.30am and conclude at the KwaDukuza Magistrate’s Court with the handing over of a memorandum.
The community is also encouraged to sign the memorandum which will be made available at strategic points.
Speaking on behalf of the planning committee Naidoo said: “Bad things happen when good people do nothing therefore, this is a group of individuals urging the community of KwaDukuza to join in making sure that change is brought about. This year’s 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is themed Count me in: Together moving a non-violent South Africa forward, therefor,e KwaDukuza community members are encouraged to come on board and count themselves in.”

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