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Police give serious caution against loud noise during exams

The Giyani police station commander, Brigadier Serakwana CKS is a friendly warning to community members to kindly refrain from playing high music during final exams.

“As the majority of learners already commenced with their final exams, the management of Giyani SAPS is urging the public to minimise noisy sounds to allow the smooth running of education-related activities which include the issue of preparations for final examinations through studies and revisions,” said Constable Ridgewell Rikhotso of Giyani Saps.

He said that the management has highly taken into consideration that the only major stakeholder to assist in this matter should be our community therefore, are urging full participation in this matter. “A conducive environment for learning is nothing but a quiet area therefore, Liquor outlet owners and other business representatives are invited to join the party in the “Zero Noise Programme” during final examinations.

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The police have so far received numerous complaints of disturbance of the peace by the community members, especially during the weekends which are Fridays to Sundays. The police are warning the lawless community sternly that whoever may be found in contravention of the law shall be dealt with accordingly by the law.

For those who will be found playing High music, their sound system will be confiscated and a hefty penalty to be issued in a form of a fine. If it’s a liquor outlet, their trading certificates will be suspended as it will be regarded as non-compliance. Should community members experience any Challenge of loud music during this month of November, may kindly contact Giyani police station at 073 637 8653/082 414 3738/082 451 7179.

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