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Phola Police says, ‘GBV not in our house, not in our community’

The police collaborated with the Methodist, Roman Catholic, and St Margaret’s Anglican Church to break the silence of domestic violence.

In efforts to combat Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Phola Police, and Community Policing Forum (CPF) in conjunction with religious institutions held an awareness campaign.

Phola Police communications official, Sergeant Thabang Petros Ntuli said that the event was held at the Methodist Church together with the Roman Catholic Church, and the St Margaret’s Anglican Church, “For this reason, congregants from these churches and community members attended in their numbers respectively,” Ntuli said.

He ended by saying that the campaign was successful and that the information provided was warmly received on Sunday, November 12.

Social Worker for Foundation for Victims of Crime (FOVOC) Mr Jabulani Shezi.

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