Talk of the Town
Thanks Kenton SAPS, retailers, for helping destitute family
The Siyakha Victim Support Centre would like to thank Kenton-on-Sea station commander Tommy Parkinson and Sergeant George Petzer.
I called them about a mother of three whose house burnt down and asked them to help through the Siyakha Victim Support Centre.
They did not hesitate to help, mobilising the Kenton/ Bushmans and surounding community.
Build It and SPAR in particular stepped up. They donated clothing, shoes, blankets, food and building materials for Vuyokazi Antoni and her family.
They don’t do it only for being known, but to save our community members.
The Siyakha Victim,
Support Centre, founded and registered in 2019, operates without funding. It is about giving help to people who are in need, including those affected by gender-based violence and substance abuse.
The organisation does not discriminate when it comes to politics, race or gender.
Thank you for the ubuntu of those who have helped so far, especially the Kenton Police Station.