Report abuse, do not handle it internally

When the Police Department compiled the semester’s crime statistics, the Centane area emerged as a high-crime area. The department has launched a campaign in Centane called 16 Days of Activism Against Violence Against Women and Children.

Chief Tyali, who was among the community members present on this day, urged the community to return to a culture in which any child was treated as one’s own.

The Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Nomthetheli Mene giving a speech at the event.

He also emphasised that families should abandon the practice of saying that the problem of crime will be discussed within the family, but that the problem should be reported to the police.

Thandiwe Klaas, Chairman of the CPF, urged the public to fight crime by assisting police rather than opposing them, and to report actions that endanger people’s lives.

The community was also urged to speak up and not remain silent when acts of violence occur in their communities.

The Premier of the Eastern Cape Province, Oscar Lubabalo Mabuyane, and his delegation attended the launch of the 16 Days of Activism campaign in Mnyameni, Nokqubela under the Ndlambe Municipality. According to the report, this area of Ndlambe is also dominated by criminal activity.

Lieutenant General Nomthetheli Mene, the Provincial Commissioner, said that the public should not remain silent and should cooperate with the police.

Police officials and the community that came in numbers to attend the 16 Days of Activism launch.