On day 11, Dr Gilbert Lawrence continued testifying. This time he spoke about CPFs in the three police stations and the allocation of money to each. Neighborhood Watch has a two-day training plan and in the future they hope to get accreditation so they can get proper employment. Members of the community who volunteer as
Giving evidence Dr. Gilbert Lawrence gave testimony on the shortfalls of service delivery in Khayelitsha informal settlements. Such shortfalls lead to the police not doing their job properly. Peter Hathorn asked about the case of a woman in RR-section who was shot by police, but who the police then refused to take her to hospital.
Today was a long and sensitive day. The seats were packed with Khayelitsha residents ready to listen to the sad stories of their lives. The first to testify was Funeka Soldaat, the Coordinator from Free Gender, who spoke on behalf of the LGBTI community in Khayelitsha. Right off, she said that the police tend not