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Last modified: 17 May 2021
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FUND HELP KEEP RESIDENTS SAFE

20 May 2021
Kouga Municipality’s Ward Development Fund helped to reinforce the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch’s arsenal with 12 additional high-tech closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance cameras – bringing the total number of cameras to 28. The cameras will be placed at strategic points, including at the water tower and new drop-off zone. Ward 12 Councillor, Ben Rheeder (right), and Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (second from right), handed over the cameras to the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch Chairman, Riaan Kolesky (second from left), and Vice-Chairman, Jan Mouton (left). A portion of the funds for the additional cameras were made available through the municipality’s Ward Development Fund.

Kouga Municipality’s Ward Development Fund helped to reinforce the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch’s arsenal with 12 additional high-tech closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance cameras – bringing the total number of cameras to 28. The cameras will be placed at strategic points, including at the water tower and new drop-off zone. Ward 12 Councillor, Ben Rheeder (right), and Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (second from right), handed over the cameras to the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch Chairman, Riaan Kolesky (second from left), and Vice-Chairman, Jan Mouton (left). A portion of the funds for the additional cameras were made available through the municipality’s Ward Development Fund.

Kouga Municipality’s Ward Development Fund helped to reinforce the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch’s arsenal with 12 additional high-tech closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance cameras – bringing the total number of cameras to 28. The cameras will be placed at strategic points, including at the water tower and new drop-off zone. Ward 12 Councillor, Ben Rheeder (right), and Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (second from right), handed over the cameras to the Paradise Beach Neighbourhood Watch Chairman, Riaan Kolesky (second from left), and Vice-Chairman, Jan Mouton (left). A portion of the funds for the additional cameras were made available through the municipality’s Ward Development Fund.