A group of bikers called the "911 Riders" have been travelling throughout the Northern Cape Province to raise awareness about crimes against rural communities, farms and small holdings.
The group, who has over 12000 likes on Facebook, made a pit-stop in Kuruman to show appreciation to the police.
Taking to Twitter, The South African Police Service shared snaps of the day, adding the 911 Riders were welcomed by the PC, Lt Gen Risimati Shivuri .
According to the group's Facebook page, their mission was to raise awareness for farm killings in the country.
"This project’s vision and mission is to unite Bikers and Biker Clubs nationally to honour the thousands of farmers that have been brutally murdered and more importantly support the thousands of farmers who live in constant fear of being the next victims.", it read.
However, according to the SAPS' post, the 911 Riders is not only raising awareness for farm murders, but crimes committed against people living in rural areas as well.
It was not the first time the group honoured the police. In 2017, farmers and 911 Riders handed over a memo and letter of thanks to Bethal Police.
According to reports, the bikers saluted the police for the work they do daily, which they added was extremely difficult.
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