Councillors and reverends can help police

2018-08-16 06:00

The office of the station commander of the Lwandle police is asking ward councillors and reverends to assist in the certification of documents, as by law they have the authority to act as commissioners of oaths.

Their assistance to act as commissioners of oaths will reduce the number of community members going to the Lwandle Police Station to stand in long queues to wait for their documents to be certified.

Members of the community who wish to have their documents certified and get confirmation of their home addresses can liaise with the ward councillors and reverends for assistance.

Assistance in this regard will be highly appreciated as this will also help Lwandle police to provide better service delivery.

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