Senior SAPS officers ‘talk the talk’

2015-08-27 06:00
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Park Rynie Senior Citizen’s Club members flanked by Lieutenant-Colonel Pillay (left) and Captain Vino Govender (right).

PHOTO: supplied Park Rynie Senior Citizen’s Club members flanked by Lieutenant-Colonel Pillay (left) and Captain Vino Govender (right).

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LIEUTENANT-COLONEL Theresa Pillay, the Msinsini SAPS Station Commander and Port Shepstone Cluster Women’s Network Champion, was hosted by the Park Rynie Senior Citizen’s Club at the Berachah Church in Park Rynie, where she was guest speaker on Wednesday, 19 August.

The seniors, from all walks of life, included retired police officers, school principals, teachers, and home executives listened as Pillay advised them on the services offered by the SAPS.

August, being Women’s Month, she spoke on the importance of a harmonious relationship between men and women and the role of the SAPS in respect of preventing women abuse and domestic violence.

Pillay highlighted the challenges that women continue to face and the need to promote women’s human rights, dignity empowerment and gender equality.

“Women’s rights are human rights too. All of us were created equal by our creator and should be treated as such,” said the Women’s Network champion.

Everybody was treated to a hot meal and beverages before returning to their homes

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