SAPS host cancer awareness campaign

2017-11-09 06:00
PHOTO: SUPPLIED.Verulam SAPS staff in pink in support of Cancer Awareness Month.

PHOTO: SUPPLIED.Verulam SAPS staff in pink in support of Cancer Awareness Month.

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THE eThekweni Outer North cluster held a Cancer Awareness Day at the Durban North Police Station on October 25.The theme colour was pink and officers had to wear pink T-shirts as part of the dress code.

The event started with a five-kilometre walk. Other activities included spin games and dances. The event included guest speakers and also talks by three cancer survivors.

A total of R7 800 was raised within the cluster and given to

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