The Police in Lulekani conducted a prayer sermon at the GRC Spiritual Church in Hectorville Section on Sunday, 24th of July, to ensure partnership policing was well coordinated within the Lulekani precinct.

The sermon which was led by Pastor Maluleke Lulekani and Mopani District Men for Change Chairperson, Reoh Mabunda, was well attended by different community members.

Sergeant Mabunda enlightened the congregation on the seriousness of sexual offences, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Children’s Rights, Domestic Violence (DV), mob-justice, and illegal mining. He also gave the congregants the contact details of the police management and the Community Service Center (CSC), whilst also sharing safety tips to prevent burglary and theft.

The Lulekani SAPS Women’s Network Public Relations Officer (PRO), Cst Nkhensani Nkuna together with Hectorville Community Policing Forum (CPF), Sub-Forum Chairperson, Steve Mkhatswa, were among those who attended the event.

In an unrelated matter, the Springbok Group with its CSI division, Enock Mathebula Foundation, joined the national Mandela Day celebrations on Monday, the 18th of July. The employees dedicated their 67 minutes to painting classrooms at N’wasorini Primary School in Lulekani.

The CEO, Enock Mathebula, encouraged everyone to always make a difference, to give back to the community, and to answer the call to action. “Never forget where you come from, be the change in your community, keep on spreading the spirit of ubuntu. I am thrilled that my team joined the initiative, thank you,” said Mathebula.

The school Principal, Stephen Matlala, expressed his gratitude and thanked everyone who took part at the school. “I am really grateful to be one of the schools that were chosen by this incredible company to revamp our school.”

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