Besties who serve and protect: Pic of SAPS partners serve unity goals

Besties who serve and protect: Pic of SAPS partners serve unity goals

- Two SAPS officers have been partners for more than a decade

- A stunning female cop wrote about their partnership online

- She revealed that they are protecting Mzansi's citizens as best friends

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A beautiful female South African Police Service (SAPS) officer, Wanda Mphithi, managed to inspire South Africans by sharing her story on #ImStaying's Facebook page on Friday.

Mphithi gushed about her partnership with Riaan Venter - whom she affectionately referred to as her best friend.

Mphithi wrote:

"Me and my partner, we have been in this friendship and company for 11 years. Love him to bits. We both took a plea to serve and protect our beautiful country and we chose to be besties."

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Besties who serve and protect: Pic of SAPS partners serve unity goals

Left: Mphithi and Venter. Right: Mphithi. Photo credits: Wanda Mphithi/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Here are some of the comments the story gathered:

George Naidoo commented: "God bless you guys. May the love for each other and your country never dies."
Renee Veenstra wrote: "Thank you for all that you guys do, despite all the negativity SAPS gets. Take my hat off to anyone wearing the badge."
Angelique Wallace added: "Thank you for your service. May you always be safe."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier on a husband-wife-duo who work in their respective fields to make SA a safer place.

A police officer, Sabelo Mlangeni, and his army wife have inspired social media users across South Africa by vowing not to leave the country until every little girl is safe.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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