New law puts restrictions on private security companies in South Africa — and it's bad news
The private security industry has warned that a new law will cost jobs, make South Africans less safe, and put more strain on the overstretched SAPS.
Ready for action — Against the plot to bring South Africa to its knees on 23 August
Private security firms like Fidelity are ready to support the South African Police Service (SAPS) if there is another outbreak of public violence.
Wahl Bartmann, CEO of Fidelity Services Group, said his...
South Africa on high alert ahead of Zuma court appearance
South African police officers have been deployed in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal ahead of former president Jacob Zuma’s court appearance on Tuesday.
The City Press reported that national police commissioner Khehla Sitole had extended the...
Rioters lose steam
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has issued a statement saying that the violence and looting that has gripped the country for the past week seems to have calmed down.
"Operation Prosper is underway in various parts of the Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal to put...
Rules for soldiers while fighting riots in South Africa revealed
The Ministry of Defence and Military Veterans has published a code of conduct for South Africa's armed forces to adhere to during their mission to support the police in quelling riots around the country.
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