Police ‘brass’ visit shopping centre

2016-01-07 06:00
Lieutenant-General Phahlane and Lieutenant-General BM Ngobeni with members from the Pietermaritzburg mounted unit. PHOTO: supplied

Lieutenant-General Phahlane and Lieutenant-General BM Ngobeni with members from the Pietermaritzburg mounted unit. PHOTO: supplied

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THE Minister of Police, Nathi Nhleko visited Shelly Centre last Thursday. He was welcomed by acting national commissioner of SAPS, Lieutenant-General JK Phahlane, KZN Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant-General BM Ngobeni and Ugu cluster commander, Major-General TJG Ndlovu.

The mayor of Ugu, Ntombifikile Gumede and Hibiscus Coast, mayor, Cynthia Mqwebu, were also present.

“They chatted to shoppers in the mall while walking from the one end of the building to the last entrance. Police members were delighted to meet the minister and his entourage,” said police spokesperson Lieutenant- Colonel­ Zandra Wiid.

Nhleko and his entourage also visited Margate beachfront and a police road block in the Southbroom area.
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