Hartbeespoort police and the local Zonke Anti-Drug Abuse organisation handed over much-needed school clothes to needy children at the Ennis Thabong Primary School in Hartbeespoort on Wednesday.

Many disadvantaged learners needed warm clothes during the cold weather. Police members distributed shoes, socks, and jerseys, donated by Hartbeespoort residents and Sediba Plaza, to the grateful learners.

“It takes a village to raise a child, and it is the responsibility of every citizen to develop a social conscience and ensure that children are focusing on their studies and not deterred by their socio-economic circumstances,” said Hartbeespoort police station commander, Colonel Willem Robbertse.

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