JCPS cluster ministers visit Western Cape ahead of national general elections: 24 Apr

23 April 2014

Ministers of the  Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster (JCPS), will visit election hotspots in the Western Cape in a bid to ensure stability ahead of the elections.  Minister of Police, Nathi Mthethwa will lead the delegation.

The places identified are Manenberg, Hanover Park and Tafelsig.  This is the second of a series of visits the ministers are conducting in different provinces.

Members of the media are invited to join ministers on a walkabout and briefing at the identified areas. The details are as follows:

Date:  24 April 2014

Venues:

  • People’s Centre in Manenberg, Cape Town
  • Hanover Park Community Centr, Hugenote Primary in Tafelsig
  • Bishops Lavis, NG Kerk, Doreen Street, Valhalla Park

Time: 11:30 (starting time at the first venue)

Government has the responsibility to ensure that a climate for free and fair elections exists in the country on the 7th of May 2014.

Government wishes to reiterate that it will not tolerate any form of violence, intimidation, incitement, public disorder, vandalism or intolerance in the country.

RSVP with:  

Pheliswa Sebati
Pheliswa@gcis.gov.za
082 413 4609

Ayanda Hollow
Ayanda@gcis.gov.za
061 488 0634

Enquiries:
Phumla Williams
Cell: 083 501 0139

Issued by: GCIS

Year: 
2014
Media Statement date: 
Wednesday, April 23, 2014