Senior police officers to represent KZN

2018-02-08 06:00
Members of the Verulam SAPS (from left) Warrant Officer Pradeep Inderjee, Kumbun Gengan and Captain Barath Ramsuran made their station proud. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Members of the Verulam SAPS (from left) Warrant Officer Pradeep Inderjee, Kumbun Gengan and Captain Barath Ramsuran made their station proud. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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TWO police officers from the Verulam SAPS were selected to represent the province of KwaZulu-Natal at the national police golf tournament championships that will be held in Northern Cape from February 4 to 10.

Captain Barath Ramsuran and Warrant Officer Pradeep Indarjee are to represent the province in different categories.

Warrant officer Kumbun Gengan was selected as the team manager for the second year in succession.

Ramsuran and Inderjee have been representing the province for the past 25 years in succession and also made it to the national team. Acting station commander Colonel Nonhlanhla Dlamuka said: “These members made the station proud for being selected to represent the KZN province.

The two officers were selected at the at the first National Commissioner’s Golf Day Challenge held at the Durban Country Club on January 25. The National Commissioner’s Golf Day Challenge, aims to raise funds to support the children of SAPS personnel who have died on duty or in line of duty.

The South African Police Service Education Trust (Sapset) was established by the police on November 23, 2010 in order to provide educational support to the children of SAPS personnel (SAPS Act and Public Service Act members).

To date, the Trust Fund has assisted 758 beneficiaries from grade R to tertiary level. Police minister Fikile Mbalula, the police national commissioner General Khehla Sithole including senior leadership from various organisations took part in the day’s activities.

Sapset invites SAPS officials and staff, business and the public to partner with them to empower young people.

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