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Primrose police do their bit

Police support Mandela Day.

The Primrose police, Youth Desk, volunteers and the rest of their staff members spent their 67 minutes on Mandela Day at the Ithembelihle Lsen School, in Primrose.

Primrose police clean-up school library.
Primrose police clean-up school library.

They spent the day sorting books in the school’s library.

The women from the Primrose police helped the kitchen staff to prepare food and to feed some of the pupils who needed assistance during feeding time.

The women prepare food in the kitchen for the pupils.
The women prepare food in the kitchen for the pupils.

Primrose police communications officer Const Styles Maome and Vispol head, Frans Lepadima, addressed the pupils.

“Everybody is given by God and everybody is important,” said Lepadima as he explained what Mandela Day means to him.

Members of the Primrose police Youth Desk entertained pupils with a brief skit outside.

Some entertainment from the Primrose police youth desk members.
Some entertainment from the Primrose police youth desk members.

The K9 dog unit was brought out on the day to demonstrate how Primrose police officers work hand-in-hand with police dogs, in order to catch criminals and locate explosives.

The K9 dog unit shows off some of their police dog tricks.
The K9 dog unit shows off some of their police dog tricks.

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