• Does your child have unlimited access to the Internet and apps on their phones? If you have not considered online dangers and health risks for your child, you have to read the article published in Servamus: June 2021.

  • Children as young as 12 years start to experiment with drugs. Make sure that you read the article published in Servamus: June 2021 to learn what parents can do if they expect that their child is using drugs.

  • During divorce battles one parent often alienates the other from having a relationship with their children. In Servamus: June 2021 we discuss this form of emotional abuse of parents and children.

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Die Bejaardesorgfonds vir afgetrede polisielede het op 5 Maart 2021 ‘n groot geskenk van die Klub79+1 groep in die vorm van ongeveer 600 gebreide blokkies en klaargemaakte komberse ontvang. Tannie Marie du Preez het haar familie en vriende opgekomman-deer om hul vrye tyd te gebruik om blokkies te brei. Hierdie blokkies kan nou omskep word in komberse van liefde vir bejaardes wat ‘n bietjie ekstra “TLC” (tender loving care) nodig het. Die blokkies en komberse kom van sover as die Kaap, Potchefstroom en Benoni af.

Nadat Kol Du Preez, Tannie Marie se man, in Februarie 2020 oorlede is, het haar kinders haar gemotiveer om ‘n projek te begin om iets vir ander te doen. Nie net het dit haar en sommer ‘n klomp van haar vriende en familie tydens die grendeltyd besig gehou nie, maar dit het inderdaad ‘n groot projek vir almal geword.

Tannie Marie het in April 2020 haar 80ste verjaarsdag gevier, maar sy glo dat as jy 80 is “gaan jy dood” - dit is dan die rede waarom die groep se naam “Klub 79+1” is.

Volgens Tannie Marie se dogter is haar ma steeds besig om voor die televisie te brei wanneer sy haar saans om 21:00 skakel om nag te sê. Ma en dogter het selfs Desember oppad Mosambiek toe in die motor gebrei.

Die Bejaardesorgfonds se harte is dankbaar vir die groep wat op hierdie manier vreugde en liefde aan polisie-bejaardes bring.

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Servamus - June 2021

Not a day goes by that we do not see or interact with a private security officer - either when we visit a shopping centre, have a security crisis at home or at the office or when a private security officer passes us while patrolling the neighbourhoods in their vehicles.
By Annalise Kempen
Family murder is a heartbreaking topic and one will never understand how parents can commit such acts involving their own children.
By Kotie Geldenhuys
“I am John. My ‘new’ father enjoyed a couple of drinks at night and then started swearing at my mother.
By Kotie Geldenhuys
When the eight-year-old victim of Nicolas Ninow (the so-called Dros rapist) was asked to testify in court, social media users were up in arms about the reason why this young victim had to testify.
By Kotie Geldenhuys

Pollex - June 2021

Read More - S v Klaas, Case No: CC51/2020, dated 30 November 2020, High Court Grahamstown (ECG)
Mr Wandile Klaas, hereinafter referred to as the accused, was convicted by the High Court in Grahamstown (nowadays called Makhanda) of count 1: housebreaking with intent to commit theft; count 2: rape; and count 3: theft.
A discussion entitled “Before the accused has pleaded to the charge” and/or, “Two men have been taken in for questioning by the police”, was published in Ask Pollex in Servamus: November 2020.
Read More - S v Thabani Luthuli Case no: AR 106/2020 High Court in Pietermaritzburg, KZN (KZP)
Introduction Mr Thabani Luthuli, the accused, was convicted before the regional court in Ixopo in KZN (“the trial court”) of count 1, housebreaking with the intent to rape, and, count 2, rape.

Letters - June 2021

Securing a conviction in a murder case is always a reason to celebrate that justice has been served.
June Magazine Cover

Servamus' Mission

Servamus is a community-based safety and security magazine for both members of the community as well as safety and security practitioners with the aim of increasing knowledge and sharing information, dedicated to improving their expertise, professionalism and service delivery standards. It promotes sound crime management practices, freedom of speech, education, training, information sharing and a networking platform.