Based in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, we have Proven to be industry leaders in Home and Business protection services. Always Putting you and your needs first. we don’t Just provide a service, We Provide Peace of Mind!
In our country taxis are some of the most road rage-inducing things that are out there, and the earlier this month Premier was assisting the Municipal law enforcement department to pull over some of these taxis.
Champagne and lamb shanks
On Tuesday the 21st of January Premier found a wanted vehicle and reported it to the SAPS department in Kirstenhof, They pulled over a taxi and a motor vehicle that contained over R10’000 worth of presumed stolen goods including, high-end champagne, alcohol, legs of lamb and dairy products. They detained 3 persons on the day and this all took place in Zwaanswyk, Southern Suburbs.
The very next day between the hours of 7:00 and 8:00 we assisted 7 law enforcement officers to pull over 15 taxis in Bergvliet and Kirstenhof and issue 5 fines, which came to a total of R9300. So overall it has been a very successful week for Premier.
The private security industry in South Africa is among the largest in the world, tripling the numbers of the national South African Police Force. Recently, the South African protection industry was further strengthened by President Cyril Ramaphosa’s decision to deploy 70 000 additional troops to enforce lockdown regulations and the country’s crime response.
At this critical time, most South African businesses will experience an impact on their bottom line; employees and stakeholders will remain unsure of the future, while health and safety become the nation’s most pressing issue.
The integrity of the private security industry remains your best opportunity for domestic protection and especially for business risk managers and chief operating officers to align with the best strategy in responding to the risk, securing business premises and assets, applying loss prevention tactics and implementing the best security action plan for the immediate future under Covid-19.