Police donate to children

2018-05-10 06:01
PHOTO: SuppliedItems collected for the donations.

PHOTO: SuppliedItems collected for the donations.

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PORT Shepstone police Sergeant Ruwaida Khan and SAC Tricia Pakkiri from Port Shepstone SAPS Domestic Violence Unit visited the Iminathi Crèche in Boboyi, Port Shepstone to make a few donations to the children. Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Zandra Wiid said precious time was spent playing with the children.

“A talk on stranger danger was given and toys were handed out. The children were also given two mattresses,” said Wiid.

She said on the same day another visit was made to the Umephi Baby Home in Port Shepstone where they interacted with the kids and handed out baby clothes and some vegetables.

“Staff at the crèche and the baby home really appreciated the visit and the donations.”

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