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From operating the National Roads to giving out Christmas gifts | SAPS

The Eastern Cape South African Police Services in a Christmas spirit, overwhelm two families with Christmas gifts and groceries.

The Eastern Cape South African Police Services in a Christmas spirit, overwhelm two families with Christmas gifts and groceries. Two school girls who were recently robbed, received cell phones from SAPS members.

The Provincial Visible Policing and the Sterkspruit Community Policing Forum visited two families of school female pupils who were recently robbed, they arrived on time for Christmas bearing gifts and groceries.  Employees donated and raised enough funds, to buy groceries for the two affected families.

The girls are beyond grateful for the SAPS who brought forth smiles to them just after they were left broken hearted and traumatised by the robbers. Family members are also at peace and thankful to the SAPS for remembering their girls at such a time.

Currently many SAPS are deployed throughout the nation, operating on National roads to adhere safety and safe arrival of residents this holiday time. Close to 3 000 arrests of motorist have been made so far for various law-breaking reasons motorists broke while on the road, confiscating hundreds of vehicles.

The transport minister Fikile Mbalula spoke during a press conference, indicating there has been over a 14.2% rise on fatalities happening on roads during the holidays. The SAPS can be seen throughout the country, if not on the streets, they are in our homes giving out gifts, at the end of the day what they are doing is serving the people of South Africa.

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