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You can also help to protect children in the wider community!

By Mzukona Mantshontsho

Alert the South African Police Force if you suspect any child pornography, child trafficking or that a child you know is being abused in any way. This can be done anonymously if you are concerned about your identity being made known to the suspected perpetrators of the crimes.

Alerting the authorities if you see any exposed electrical wiring or open manholes

Driving responsibly and being aware of other cars and people on the road.

Assisting those who are unable to provide their children with proper care or donating to recognised charities that take care of children, whenever possible and within reason.

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