SAPS reach out to community

2017-07-27 06:00

FOLLOWING a recent fire which destroyed many shacks at the Mkholombe informal settlement claiming a life, Port Shepstone SAPS Station Commander Brigadier Sandra­ Nala and some of her officers, visited the scene on Mandela Day and handed out parcels, blankets and other household items to the families who lost all their belongings.

They also visited a crèche in Louisiana where blankets, toys and sweets were given to children.

In Southport, SAPS spent the day with the elderly, children, victims of crime, a retired reservist warrant officer and needy families. Southport SAPS station commander, Warrant Officer Sunil Singh and other officers handed out hampers containing food and toiletries.

– Supplied.

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