In the image is the headmaster of the Moshia Secondary School, situated in the Alma a village in the Vaalwater district of Limpopo, Mr Setu, with the Trustee of the EMS Foundation and Shambala Private Game Reserve Mr Rajan Desraj, the Executive Director of the EMS Foundation, Michele Pickover, Patron of the EMS Foundation Mrs Elizabeth Steyn and Mayor Marlene van Staden with the local South African Police Station Commander. The image was taken at the celebration of the refurbishment of the Moshia Secondary School in 2020.
A strong community benefits individuals, the community itself, and the greater society. People of all ages who feel a sense of belonging tend to lead.
The South African Police Service is committed to create a safe and secure environment for all the people of South Africa, a properly functioning police service prevents and combats anything that may threaten the safety and security of any community; investigate any crimes that threaten the safety and security of any community and ensure offenders are bought to justice.
There are a lot of reasons to thank our local police services. We should all let our police officers know how much we appreciate their service to our communities.
The EMS Foundation was approached at the celebration of the refurbishment of the Moshia Secondary School in Alma, to assist the local Police Commander with upgrading the local police station. The EMS Foundation graciously took up his concerns and provided him with the resources he required. We were provided with the images below of the before and after.
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