BE CAUTIOUS ON THE ROADS, DRIVE SAFE AND ARRIVE ALIVE
………two more suspects arrested for businessman’s murder
The Police Service has come out to make a plea to the citizens of the country to always exercise caution when using public roads.
Making the earnest plea was the National Commissioner of Police -Isaac Mmemo Magagula following a series of fatal road accidents that were witnessed last weekend claiming the lives of eleven (11) people, including seven (7) who died when a kombi and a truck belonging to Swaziland Electricity Company collided along the Motshane – Pigg’s Peak road.
POLICE SCIENCE PROGRAMME TO REVOLUTIONIZE POLICE PROFESSIONALISM
The Police Science Programme will revolutionize the policing profession and add value to Police education which has always had that aura of being underrated and not adequately recognized.
This was revealed by the National Commissioner of Police – Isaac Mmemo Magagula during the inauguration and official launch of the Diploma in Police Science Programme held at Matsapha Police Academy on Monday. Magagula stated that the launch ushers a new dawn in Police training frameworks and is a major step in ensuring that the Organization remains relevant in a highly competitive and inquisitive society.
RSPS DONATES TO 20 UNDERPRIVILEGED VUVULANE HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
The Royal Swaziland Police Service in its endeavor to support the youth and the education sector in the country, donated to 20 destitute pupils of Vuvulane High School.
The donation was made in the past week at the school premises in the Lubombo region where the National Commissioner of Police was represented by Senior Deputy National Commissioner Lydia Dlamini. The school falls under the policing jurisdiction area of Tshaneni Police Station. The under privileged pupils received items of uniform including school shoes and shirts.