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Freedom Day 2020 has been an unfamiliar experience given that we cannot gather with our loved ones and commemorate the day we voted in the country’s first democratic elections in 1994. However it is not so unfamiliar. We arrived at the first democratic elections in South Africa through solidarity against the Apartheid regime. This Freedom Day we continue in that culture of solidarity by staying home and practising a different kind of activism to overcome the COVID-19 crisis.

However, many are struggling at home. Some are starving. Again, it can only be with our culture of solidarity that we can overcome food insecurity in South Africa at this time.

Due to the national lockdown put in place by the President to combat COVID-19, many families are unable to earn an income to feed their families. Some of the worst affected are those that are informally and precariously employed, the elderly and child-headed households. Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners who operate informally are some of the worst affected by the loss of income due to the lockdown.

To respond to the increased levels of food insecurity, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Imbumba Foundation and the Siya Kolisi Foundation have partnered on an initiative called #Each1Feed1. The name of the fund is inspired by the old Congress of South African Students (COSAS) mantra “Each one, teach one” and is adopted in honour of OR Tambo.

Vision Tactical is proud to be associated with all affiliates in the #Each1Feed1 campaign and will be assisting in whichever way possible.

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Over the past few months, as a country we have been thrust into times of extreme uncertainty.

Whilst so much still remains unknown, we want to remind you that we are here for you and your family.

Our business is built on trust & connectivity taking care of you and your assets.

Whether for you or a loved one, Vision Tactical is here to help during these challenging and ever-changing days…

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 The video features clips of various CCIN members sharing words of wisdom with community members.

April 26, 2020

The Civilian Crime Intelligence Network (CCIN) family shared their messages of support and hope for a country in lockdown through a video on 24 April.

The video features clips of various CCIN members sharing words of wisdom with community members.

CCIN founder Dr Reza Patel said, “We are overwhelmed with this pandemic that has besieged us. It requires common sense, calm and discipline…”

“No matter how small, do your best to bring an end to this threat to humanity and help us flatten this curve,” added Patel.

Yaseen Theba from Vision Tactical saluted President Cyril Ramaphosa for taking decisive action in the fight against coronavirus.

Many CCIN members thanked front-line workers for their selfless efforts to put themselves at risk for the good of others.

Executive chairperson of the Gauteng Provincial Community Police Board TJ Masilela encouraged residents to comply with regulations.

“If you have no business being outside, please stay in. Let us protect our community, our kids and our future. Stay alert, stay safe and stay home,” said Masilela.

Owner of SCP Security Clive Maher encouraged members of the public to assist their neighbours in need at this time.

Founder of Help SA Ashraf Muhammad addressed community members who feel overwhelmed, “Your life is worth living… We get nasty thoughts. Don’t allow those thoughts to let you make nasty decisions.”

Director of Professional Child Care College Bev Wilson encouraged parents to spend time with their children and make memories during lockdown.

Follow CCIN on Twitter @crimeairnetwork or @cci_network

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Police Minister Bheki Cele says no one will be spared the might of the law if they are found flouting the coronavirus lockdown regulations.

Two Cape Town police officers are expected in court this week after they were caught buying alcohol.

The pair requested a Strand store manager to open the bottle store and proceeded to buy liquor to the value of over R4,000.

They were on duty at the time, stationed at the Delft police station.

Police spokesperson Vish Naidoo said, “Both police officers as well as the manager were arrested and they were taken to court on Thursday. The two officers were granted bail of R1,000 each.”



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Private Security company Vision Tactical has lended it’s helping hand by supporting local NGO’s deliver much needed essential items during the 21 day COVID-19 lockdown.

Intervention and Specialized Support Units are making sure that essential items which need  to be distributed to hundreds of people on a daily basis reaches its point of destination safely.

Team members also mobilized to manage the coordination of the distribution while ensuring that all protocols and necessary safety procedures are followed.

Director of Vision Tactical, Yaseen Theba says that it’s positive to see how many NGO’s and volunteers have come forward and rose to the challenge of  assisting the needy during a very challenging time.

“The members from the Muslim Association of South Africa found out about the dire need for essential food items required at the Bakazela Settlement, they then immediately purchased the items, and came out to distribute.”

Theba says that every helping hand counts at this point in time.

“During this challenging period, being proactive and positive is the only way to move forward stronger and together.”

Those wanting to contribute:

Muslim Association of South Africa LILLAH ACCOUNT
First National Bank (FNB)
Account Number: 62779526725
Branch Code is: 253305
Ref: (Donor Name)