Community forum to hold AGM

2017-04-13 06:00

THE Uvongo Community Safety Forum (UCSF) has had another year of successful crime fighting activities.

A reduction in the number of housebreaking incidents during the first quarter of this year was reported compared to the same time last year.

The UCSF boasts an effective community block watch team that is well supported by local security companies and SAPS patrol staff.

However, there is always room for improvement.

Ernest Booysen of UCSF said there is plenty of room for additional block watch team.

“It is imperative that more residents and community members attend the Uvongo Community Safety Forum AGM in the Uvongo Library activities room on Monday, April 10 at 5.30pm.

“Come and share your thoughts and have input in electing the best people to the committee who can lead the forum to new heights in the next year of office,” he said.
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