It’s pretty clear that more and more protests in South Africa turn violent, whether it’s communities protesting over service delivery or students campaigning for free tertiary education. While most protests are peaceful, sometimes violence
Home is the place children grow and learn, it is where they go when they need comfort and it is where they should feel safe.
We all know we should be more aware of our immediate surroundings. We know it’s often the best way to avoid crime, especially violent crime. The problem is, life is against us on this.
The latest crime statistics have been released by the SAPS, and while some of the news is good, some remains very worrying to homeowners in South Africa. Burglary at residential premises has reduced year on year and this continues a downwar
Police recently reported that two KwaZulu-Natal women were subjected to a jarring house robbery late last week in Kelso, after a spanner-wielding intruder gained entry to their house by kicking down the door.
To celebrate Women’s Month in South Africa, National Home Security and its partners are hosting a fun and interactive safety workshop for journalists at Caxton House in Johannesburg.