AfriForum’s Springs branch establishes farm watch in Endicott

The AfriForum branch in Springs on 13 September 2017 established a farm watch in the Endicott area. The farm watch was established to form a united front against increasing incidents of crime in the area.

The farm watch management consists of Wouter Steyn (Chairperson), as well as Cornél Swart and Morné Greyling (both Group Coordinators). This management forms part of the larger AfriForum branch in Springs, which is led by Richardt Lubbe (Chairperson).

“I believe that the establishment of an AfriForum farm watch will be a turning point in the battle against crime in Endicott. It is gladdening to see how the community is taking hands and proactively wants to combat crime,” says Lubbe.

Community members are welcome to join the newly established AfriForum farm watch in Endicott: SMS “Endicott” to 45342 (R1).

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