Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Suffer our children: South Africa’s national shame

Three-year-old Courtney Pieterse, 11-year-old Malwande Deyi, five-year-old Minentle Lekhatha, nine-year-old Previledge Mabvongwe, nine-year-old Miguel Louw, five-year-old Khaya Restoration Rikhotso, three-year-old twins Octavia and Maximo...

Of fear and learning

When I interviewed Lenti Morison in August, she spoke of the importance of learning from everyone we can in pursuit of our own personal...

2018 security trends

The year ahead looks set to bring some exciting new challenges in security as technology plays an increasingly important role in a rapidly changing...

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The Great Financial Crisis is a decade behind us. Global debt is now sitting around $217 trillion compared to $149 trillion in 2007. In...
Rollercoaster effect

Expect the unexpected

The year 2016 has been an economic and political rollercoaster. Former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela’s parting gift to South Africans, the State of Capture...

Top 15 continue to dominate

Andrea Muller, Security Focus Africa editorThe growth of the global security market shows no signs of slowing down, according to the latest IHS Markit...
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Is theft no longer a crime in South Africa?

By Dolf Scheepers, Thorburn Security SolutionsWhat we know as common theft in the past, has now morphed into something much bigger and uglier than...
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#OutsourcingMustFall and its impact on private security

The issue of outsourcing vs insourcing has been a hot topic in South Africa in recent years, with protest action at institutions around the...