By Robert Maswanganyi
Lulekani- The South African Police Service (SAPS) in Lulekani in the outskirts of Phalaborwa have on Wednesday continued with their back-to-school campaign at Baranuka High school in Lulekani.
The event was attended by stakeholders such as Vispol head, Social Crime Prevention, Vispol members , Communication Officer, CPF, the Ward Councilor, Makasela on behalf of Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality, and parents.
When addressing the learners, the police didn’t deviate from the Constitution and advised learners to stay away from any criminal activities, but take the issue of education seriously in order to become high professionals.
Parents were urged to be part of their learners achievement by checking their progress at all the times.
Lulekani Police spokesperson constable Ntsako Reoh Mabunda said the leaners were further urged to take into consideration of their rights as enshrined in the Constitution but always remember that all the rights are absolute.
“They were informed about the danger of bringing along dangerous weapons at school as it is in contravention with the law and anyone who will be found in such conduct will be dealt with accordingly with the full might of the law. “ Said Mabunda.