Halala: Cape Town elects Law Enforcement’s 1st female assistant chief

Halala: Cape Town elects Law Enforcement’s 1st female assistant chief

- The City of Cape Town shared an historic announcement via social media

- Marilyn Holding became the Law Enforcement Department's first female assistant chief

- Social media users reacted positively to the news and heaped praise on Holding

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Women have dominated news headlines of late in South Africa, but largely for unfortunate reasons.

However, the City of Cape Town shared some inspirational news as a Capetonian woman created a little piece of history.

Marilyn Holding was recently appointed as the Law Enforcement Department's first female assistant chief.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that Holding took over in her new role at the start of September, as Women’s month drew to a close.

It is also understood that Holding designs wedding gowns during her down time.

The news was shared via the City’s Facebook page and numerous enthusiastic social media users praised the hardworking lady.

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Jacquelene Peterson commented, “Congratulations Marilyn, well deserved.”
Samaria Kock said, “Congrats Marilyn... well-deserved and very proud of u.”
Kylie Kyla van Wyk added, “Congratulations Marilyn Holding and well deserved. Great woman to work with.”
Helen Simpson responded: “Congrats, hard work, integrity, and dedication. Well done, Ma'am.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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