Cops visit informal settlement, hand out food and protective wear

Cops visit informal settlement, hand out food and protective wear

- The SAPS of Farmall/Chartwell have warmed hearts on social media

- The cops used their time to give food and masks to the less fortunate in informal settlements

- South Africans were inspired by the SAPS's kind gesture and they applauded them online

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On Monday, Future City Fourways took to Facebook to share how the Farmall/Chartwell SAPS went above and beyond the call of duty to help the less fortunate.

The post revealed that the cops and Douglasdale CPF visited the Vundise informal settlement and Kya Sands to deliver 700 bags of maize meal.

Images shared on the social media platform showed the officers handing out food and entertaining the kids.

It appears in some of the images that the cops gave some of the kids masks and helped put them on.

Take a look at the post below:

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Social media users thanked the cops for making an effort to help those in need during these trying times.

Thabiso T Man Serape commented:

"This is what we want to see in SA, wow this is great indeed."

Joana Dladla added:

"This is amazing really. I love the way they entertain the kids as well."

Brian Cingo said:

"God bless you guys for your efforts, this is heart-warming and beautiful. May South Africans be loving and warm towards each other like this forever. Amen."

Aubrey Mojiwa wrote:

"The kind of work they should focus on, well done SAPS."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported the SAPS shared photos of police officers helping a community. The cops helped families in Kimberley after heavy rains caused their homes to flood. South Africans were inspired by the officers' kindness and applauded them online.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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