SAPS holds exhibition in Tongaat

2018-03-15 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Colonel Santha Moodley (far left), talks to the pupils at the exhibition.

PHOTO: supplied Colonel Santha Moodley (far left), talks to the pupils at the exhibition.

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SAPS Tongaat held an exhibition for pupils at the EduFair Tongaat Outspan Ground recently.

Station commander Colonel Santha Moodley, corporate communication officer Captain Patrick Ngwane, sector commander Sergeant Zanele Mkhwanazi and social crime co-ordinator Constable Lance Naidoo, addressed the pupils on the dangers of bullying and warned them not to take dangerous or illegal weapons to school.

Ngwane said: “Dangerous weapons that were seized during surprise operations at schools were displayed. Various drugs were also displayed and pupils were warned that alcohol and drug abuse has a harmful effect on the behavioural and psychological functioning of the pupil,” he said.


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