Women stop the traf­fic

Eyethu Baywatch - - FRONT PAGE - Conelia Harry

IN sup­port of Women’s Month, law en­force­ment au­thor­i­ties have teamed up with com­mu­nity or­gan­i­sa­tions to con­duct road­blocks and dis­trib­ute aware­ness pam­phlets about road safety and women’s well­ness across the City of uMh­lathuze.

Richards Bay SAPS and City of uMh­lathuze traf­fic depart­ment of­fi­cers were joined by Richards Bay com­mu­nity polic­ing fo­rums, non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tions Life­Line Zu­l­u­land and hu­man traf­fick­ing aware­ness project Free­dom Gen­er­a­tion, at a road­block on the John Ross high­way on Wed­nes­day.

They dis­trib­uted pam­phlets on sub­stance abuse and do­mes­tic vi­o­lence and recog­nised the enor­mous and crit­i­cal role that women play in na­tion build­ing.

The #Al­lWomenRoad­Block will con­tinue in dif­fer­ent parts of Zu­l­u­land un­til the end of the month to hon­our women.

Women of Richards Bay SAPS, Richards Bay com­mu­nity po­lice fo­rums, the City of uMh­lathuze Traf­fic Depart­ment, Zu­l­u­land Life­Line and Free­dom Gen­er­a­tion con­ducted a road­block in Richards Bay to com­mem­o­rate Women’s Day

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