Western Cape Community Safety Minster, Alan Winde, has come out in support of building…

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Western Cape Community Safety Minster, Alan Winde, has come out in support of building…

Western Cape Community Safety Minster, Alan Winde, has come out in support of building a police station in Bonteheuwel. Winde together with ward councillor, Angus McKenzie, have identified a piece of land in the centre of the township as what they say is the ideal space for a new police station. Winde who is also DA’s premier candidate for Western Cape says he would like police management to be devolved to the province in order for the DA to build to a police station which is currently a national competency. He will also be writing to the national police minister to demand a police station for the area. Bonteheuwel is notorious for its high crime rate and gangsterism.








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5 comments on “Western Cape Community Safety Minster, Alan Winde, has come out in support of building…

  1. Waar val die Jong nou uit, ken hom van geen kant en dan wil hy nogal onse premier wees. En Angus Mckenzie was lekker gekant teen daai awereness protests wat gehou was in Bonteheuwel en nou wil hy met Wintie kom election train ry. Hy het lekker bylaws gespuug. Ek ken vir JP Smit, wie de hel is jy Alan Winde? Jou election campaign het obviously nog nie by my uitgekom nie.

  2. “WRITING” to request a police station? To whom?
    Mr. Winde, you are making promises.
    We at STOP COCT will be looking for the letter AND the feedback.

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