Limpopo police celebrate Women’s Day at a church service

The SAPS Women in Limpopo have today gathered at Sebayeng outside Mankweng in celebration of Woman’s Day. The event was celebrated at one of the local churches, The Reuniting Presbyterian.

The initiative is aimed at emancipating all women throughout the province through bible scriptures.

The event was graced by the presence of the Deputy National Commissioner, Lieutenant General Bonang Mgwenya, who is also the quest speaker, accompanied by the Deputy Provincial Commissioner, Major General Morakaladi. Other attendees include the Cluster Commander of Tzaneen Major General Mathebula, Brigadier Mangena, Brigadier Mashila, L.t Colonel Mapanya, Station and Detective Commanders, members from various clusters, SAPS Brass Band, pastors and the congregants as a whole.

In her address, General Mgwenya gave the historical background of August 9 in South Africa. She also shared with the audience, procedures to be followed when reporting gender-based crimes. She also shared the contact numbers of Social Workers and emphasised that the police must not advise victims of gender based violence to return home and solve their domestic problems. General Mgwenya concluded by giving an indication that the police will be engaged in various campaigns that are aimed at dealing with gender-based ills in the country.

Other speakers included religious leaders who encouraged women to reclaim their positions in society.

Source: South African Police Service

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Limpopo police celebrate Women’s Day at a church service

The SAPS Women in Limpopo have today gathered at Sebayeng outside Mankweng in celebration of Woman’s Day. The event was celebrated at one of the local churches, The Reuniting Presbyterian.

The initiative is aimed at emancipating all women throughout the province through bible scriptures.

The event was graced by the presence of the Deputy National Commissioner, Lieutenant General Bonang Mgwenya, who is also the quest speaker, accompanied by the Deputy Provincial Commissioner, Major General Morakaladi. Other attendees include the Cluster Commander of Tzaneen Major General Mathebula, Brigadier Mangena, Brigadier Mashila, L.t Colonel Mapanya, Station and Detective Commanders, members from various clusters, SAPS Brass Band, pastors and the congregants as a whole.

In her address, General Mgwenya gave the historical background of August 9 in South Africa. She also shared with the audience, procedures to be followed when reporting gender-based crimes. She also shared the contact numbers of Social Workers and emphasised that the police must not advise victims of gender based violence to return home and solve their domestic problems. General Mgwenya concluded by giving an indication that the police will be engaged in various campaigns that are aimed at dealing with gender-based ills in the country.

Other speakers included religious leaders who encouraged women to reclaim their positions in society.

Source: South African Police Service

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Comments are closed.

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