Leadership approved

2018-02-13 06:00
Members of the SRNH executive committee.

Members of the SRNH executive committee.

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Salt River Neighbourhood Watch (SRNW) remains the same as last year. This was decided during an annual meeting that lasted less than 20 minutes, held at hall on Wednesday 31 January. The attendees indicated that they did not want the watch to change.

SRNW spokesperson Faldie Isaacs says: “The meeting was short and smoother than we anticipated. Everyone voted that there be no change and indicated that they want us to continue where we left off. The meeting was adjourned.”

CPF Woodstock cluster chairperson, Shakeel Haupt, who presided over the electoral process, says they respect and prioritise the interests of residents.

“Once again the SRNW executive still transpires our mandatory foundation as equality, fairness and transparency in all aspects of the organisation. We are growing from strength to strength, supporting our community, and will strive for each resident to be a part of this entity,” says Isaacs.

The following positions were filled by elective vote: Nezaar Adams was elected as chairperson, Lionel Kenny as vice-chairperson; Mohammed Baz­ier remains as treasurer, while the secretary is Muneeb Bass­ier.

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