Join clean-up at Norwood Police Station

Norwood Police Station Commander, Colonel Anna Jojisa.


Norwood Community Policing Forum will embark on a massive clean-up campaign at Norwood Police Station on 9 August.

“The clean-up project will be spearheaded by local women in Norwood,” said to the forum’s public relations officer, Mbali Langeni.

Langeni said the project forms part of the Women’s Day commemoration with forum members honouring the station commander, Colonel Anna Jojisa.

“We are expecting unemployed women, domestic workers as well as women from various non-government organisation from Ward 73 to participate in the clean-up.

“They will help with the clean-up and revamping project to give the station a fresher look. The objective is to bring change at the Norwood Police Station and we will focus on the front side of it for now and later will move to the barracks.”

The forum aims to clean the entire precinct and have a better environment at the station.”

She said they expect people to come out in their numbers and help. “It is also their responsibility to ensure better services at the police station.”

Langeni urged the community not to be spectators but to come through and contribute their time and resources to improve the conditions.

She requested donations of paint, brushes, sandpapers, turpentine, cleaning detergents as well as gifts for the women and lunch for the day.

“We also request financial support to ensure that we can buy other resource material that we need for this project.”

Details: NCPF 084 363 9183.

Edited by Stacey Woensdregt

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