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KNOW YOUR HIV STATUS

As the world commemorates AIDS Day the Acting National Commissioner of Police has encouraged police officers to seize the opportunity and test for HIV.

This was during the joint commemoration of the International World AIDS Day and the 2018 Police Health Day held at Sibane Hotel on November 28. Senior Deputy National Commissioner – Lydia Dlamini who was representing the Acting National Commissioner stated that the theme for this year’s World Day is “Know Your HIV Status”, therefore all officers are urged to test and know their status. She stated that testing is essential for expanding treatment and ensuring that all those living with HIV can lead a healthy and productive life.
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POLICE ARE ESSENTIAL IN OUR LIVES

Nkambeni Chief Ndlaluhlaza Nxumalo has urged his subjects to cooperate with the Police Service because they are valuable partners who are essential in life.

Chief Ndlaluhlaza who is also the Honourable Minister for Public Works and Transport was speaking during a ceremony to hand over a house to Gogo Sifundza at Nyokeni on Wednesday. The Chief commended the Police for being custodians of the house building project and hoped that the Lord Almighty can bless all those who contributed. He stated that through such projects the Police Service has demonstrated that its mandate goes beyond crime issues into the welfare and wellbeing of the Nation.
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EARLY CHRISTMAS FOR SOS CHILDREN
Christmas came early for Mbabane SOS Children as the Police pampered them with a shopping spree and treated them to a Christmas party.

Speaking during the Christmas treat which came courtesy of the Christian Police Association Charity Fund held at the Matsapha Police Academy on Tuesday, the Director Administration and Corporate Affairs – Mxolisi Dlamini who was representing the Acting National commissioner stated that Police should have empathy and compassion towards members of the public especially the needy.He said it is a known fact that destitution can lead to the commission of crime and delinquent behaviour therefore by providing for the needs of the children the Police Service is applying a pro-active approach in fighting crime. Read more…