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Police in Sekhukhune conducted an ‘Arrive Alive’ road safety awareness campaign in collaboration with inter-faith based organisations

Last updated on December 4, 2022

SEKHUKHUNE: The Police in Sekhukhune have engaged in an Arrive Alive road safety awareness campaign in collaboration with Inter Faith Based Organizations on Friday 02 December 2022 between Steepoort and Kutullo along the R555 road.

The multi forces comprises Members of the Spiritual Crime Prevention, Community Police Forum, Social Crime Prevention and Traditional Councils as well as Inter-faith Denominations.

The Campaign was aimed at raising awareness amongst the community about safety on the road and the cleansing of R555 road which is reported to be a high fatal accident zone.

The team was led by the Station Vispol Commander Lieutenant Colonel Matsie. “As the Police we urge all the road users to excise cautious measures at all times to avoid accidents and be safe on our roads during the Festive Seasons and beyond,” said Lieutenant Colonel Matsie.

The Pastors with their congregations also joined hands with the Police and the Community in prayers against force behind the scourge of Gender Based Violence and Femicide in commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism for no Violence Against Women and Children.

 

 

Source: South African Police Service

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