Thursday, June 20, 2024

Memorial service held for Khayelitsha constable killed

While the Hawks in the Western Cape are still on the hunt for suspects who killed a police constable in Khayelitsha last week, a memorial service was held for the 30-year-old officer on Thursday.

Akhona Ndzingo was conducting a stop and search operation in Q-Block  at approximately 21:30, last Wednesday,  when he and his colleagues came under attack from an armed suspect.


The memorial service, organised by South African Police Service (SAPS) was held at the OR Thambo Hall in Khayelitsha, and was attended by Deputy Provincial Commissioners for Support Services and Crime Detection, Major General Preston Voskuil and Major General Bongani Maqashalala were accompanied by the City of Cape Town District Commissioner, Major General Vincent Beaton, Provincial SAPS management, colleagues, friends and family.


The memorial service was preceded by a wreath laying ceremony at the Khayelitsha police station where constable Ndzingo was stationed.



Done By: Esobusi Mkangelwa

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