The SAPS in Limpopo partner with Kings Young Men Enrichment Programme and CORE in community building initiative

The South African Police Service Women’s Network supported proud Mrs Universe Africa Finalist, Lieutenant Colonel Poledi Matjutla as the founder of Kings Young Men Enrichment Programme (KYMEP) in collaboration with Community Organised Reap Empowerment (CORE) in a workshop titled ‘Creating Social Justice for all’, on Friday, 06 May 2022, at Ipopeng High School in Setumong, Ga Matlala.
The Police were led by career Police Officer and Women’s Network Champion Brigadier Mashila, who partnered with fellow Women’s Network Champions; Lieutenant Colonel Mokwena, Sergeant Masingi and Warrant Officer Mashala.

The workshop was spearheaded by proud Mrs Universe Africa Finalist, Lieutenant Colonel Poledi Matjutla, who had the support of fellow community builders and prominent speakers whom include; CORE Chairperson Ms Polvis Matlala, Father A Nation Representative Mr Rathabeng Mamabolo, Bold Moves Radio founder Pastor Strike Manganyi, Ipopeng High School Principal Mr Mashala and Mr Sithole.

The purpose of the presentation was to address male learners from the grades of 8 and 9 to gender social inequalities and how to navigate through them; and furthermore sensitise learners on distinguished issues confronting young men and leading them to a life of crime, self-destruction and decimation of the community.

Mrs Universe Africa Finalist, Lieutenant Colonel Poledi Matjutla began the workshop by assuring learners of their importance as young men, the love the world has for them and the need for them to become good leaders as well as respectful and respected members of the community. She also spoke about her inspirations that made her dedicate her life to the cause, which include Brigadier Mashila and Pastor Strike; and articulated that she chose to take up the role of play a positive role in the lives of others, particularly young men because other people played the role in hers.