Unit D1, Stand 189, Northlands Business Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
NSA South Africa is at the comrades Marathon!
It’s called “The Ultimate Human Race”. And for good reason. Established in 1921 by a returning First World War veteran to honour his fallen comrades by instituting a physical challenge sufficiently tough that it would honour the ultimate sacrifice that those soldiers made in the name of humanity, ‘Comrades’ is the oldest and by far the most prestigious ultra-marathon in the world.
How brazen is brazen?
KZN – In scenes reminiscent of the craziness we saw in California where thieves robbed shops with impunity because police were allegedly instructed not to arrest and charge suspects stealing goods below a certain value; brazen criminal behaviour in South Africa continues to escalate, and to surprise citizens battered by crime and an overloaded criminal justice system.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is assassinated.
TOKYO — Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, died after being shot twice on Friday while giving an election campaign speech, sending shock waves through the political establishment and a country unaccustomed to gun violence.
NSA Security Consultants South Africa appoints new Chief Executive Officer
The NSA Group has positioned itself as a globally reputed provider of high-end security services for over two decades. As the South African security and risk environment continues to evolve, NSA Security Consultants South Africa (Pty) Ltd is embarking on an ambitious, intelligence-driven mission to build on our capabilities and enhance our footprint throughout the country.
Fannie Masemola to carry ‘the weight of the nation’s expectation’ as SA’s new police boss
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced Fannie Masemola as South Africa’s new national police commissioner. This is after Khehla Sitole left the hot seat after nearly five years, a period marred by excessive infighting and scandals that further tarnished the South African Police Service.
Personal Security a Must in SA
South Africans remain concerned about their safety with 78% of citizens adding more security features to their homes to ensure their well-being in 2022. This is one of the findings of the Automobile Association’s (AA) 2022 State of Security Report (SoS Report) conducted in the first three months of the year.