Shabangu to hold Imbizo in CT
By Celeste Ganga
16 April 2008
On Wednesday and Thursday the Deputy Minister for Safety and Security -Susan Shabangu- will address communities in Cape Town on criminal matters.
“The issues the Minister will be focusing on are child protection, gang violence, domestic violence as well as drug and alcohol related matters. As well as any other issues the community would like to address,” says South African Police Service’s -Phuti Setati.
“We will be starting at Nonzamo Community Hall in Lwandle. On Thursday we will be in Mitchells Plain at Glendale Secondary School. Both Imbizos will start at 14h00,” adds Setati.
Shabangu will be joined by Western Cape MEC for Community Safety -Leonard Ramatlakane, SAPS top management and other stakeholders.
Both Imbizos will be preceded by Truancy Operations, which are aimed at removing children from the streets.
Shabangu is known for making the controversial "shoot to kill" comment last week.