Indlovana School marches against abuse

2017-06-21 06:00
Indlovana pupils and teachers on their march back to school.

Indlovana pupils and teachers on their march back to school.

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FROM the smallest to the tallest they put the message over loud and clear “stand together in the fight against women and child abuse”.

Indlovana pupils and teachers presented a petition to the Greytown SAPS last Wednesday having marched through the town from the school.
In the petition they appealed to the police and community to come together to stop the abuse and killing of children and women, domestic violence, abuse and murder of albinos and the abuse of drugs and alcohol. These negative acts have adversely affected the communities of Greytown and South Africa as a whole, and negate the "right to live" of all human beings. The school urged the police to arrest drug dealers and suppliers as well as persons selling alcohol to underage children. More youth development programmes should be organised. There should be a strong relationship between schools and the SAPS promoting and implementing the belief that "working together we can overcome”.


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