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Championing the future

Dear members  While the traumatic events of the past month slowly make their way into the annals of history, we are left with the question – where to from here?   According to SAPOA, July’s civil unrest will have a R20billion impact on KZN’s GDP and a…
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ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY RE-OPENS SOME OF ITS FACILITIES

With the country moving to national alert level 3, the City has reopened doors of some of its public amenities, however, with strong adherence to Covid-19 protocols. The pubic is now free to use the following amenities: LIBRARIES AND HERITAGE…
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FLORIDA ROAD UIP UPDATE FOLLOWING LAST WEEK’S UNREST

Many areas of KZN including some parts of Gauteng were severely affected by last week’s unrest, looting, and violence. In the aftermath, it has been truly inspiring to see communities quickly rally together to protect, clean up, assist with supplies…
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Focusing on the basics to keep Florida Road looking its best

The Florida Road Cleaning, Greening, and Maintenance team places a lot of effort on the small initiatives within the precinct, which go a long way in making Florida Road the great place that it is. The team has started from…
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Body worn cameras – how do they fit into and enhance our public space security?

Body worn cameras are small video recording devices attached to a patrolling security officer’s clothing, helmet or sunglasses. For the officer, the device can capture video and audio recordings like arrests, searches, interrogations, and critical incidents. Having body worn cameras…
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Proactive teamwork works to keep Florida Road safe

Excellent work by Sidewalk Monitor Mandla Magwaza on Saturday evening alerted our Security Supervisor Sbusiso Xulu of a suspicious vehicle occupied by five males parked on Florida Rd between Currie and Holden Avenue. Precinct manager, Andrew Fynn, was conducting a…
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