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January 25, 2017

Interpol launches project targeting African-Asian wildlife crime links

Interpol has launched a new project to identify and dismantle organised crime networks making illicit profits in wildlife trafficking between Africa and Asia.   The project will provide a strengthened law enforcement response in source, transit and destination countries. It will target high-profile traffickers in Asia who source wildlife from Africa, particularly those linked to

January 25, 2017

Warn your clients about airport cons

Two unidentified individuals demanded a large amount of money from passengers arriving from the US at OR Tambo International Airport on Sunday morning. The passengers were connecting on to a flight to Durban.   While in a long queue waiting to go through security for domestic departures at Gates C-E, the passengers were approached by

January 19, 2017

Deputy Minister John Jeffery: Media briefing on Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill

19 Jan 2017 Statement by the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, John Jeffery   Technological advances have been gone beyond our wildest imagination. But with great technological advances, come greater risks. Research shows that our country’s comparatively high levels of internet connectivity bring with it a higher risk for cyber-crime. Cybercrime activities are

January 18, 2017

Deputy Minister John Jeffery briefs media on Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill 19 Jan

17 Jan 2017   The Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Mr John Jeffery, will brief the media on the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill. The Bill has been approved by Cabinet and will soon be tabled in Parliament.   The Bill aims to put in place a coherent and integrated cybersecurity statutory framework to

December 13, 2016

SABOA shares Silly Season Safety Tips while Travelling

  In their latest member newsletter, The Southern African Bus Operators Association (SABOA) has shared with us some road safety tips to keep in mind while travelling long distances.   These include taking a 15 minute break at least every two hours; avoid eating heavy foods, as well as Stop and Resting if tired.  

November 30, 2016

Minister Dipuo Peters launches 2016 festive season road safety campaign 3 Dec

30 Nov 2016   The Minister of Transport, Hon. Dipuo Peters will launch the 2016 festive season road safety campaign at Eldorado Park, opposite Slovo Park informal settlement, on Saturday, 03 December 2016.   The launch will be done together with authorities responsible for traffic law enforcement, MEC’s for community safety and liaison /Transport, non-governmental

November 30, 2016

SAA warns of cabin crew employment scam

South African Airways (SAA) has warned the public about the re-emergence of a recruitment scam inviting young people to apply for a cabin crew training programme.   “This appears to be yet another attempt by criminals to prey on unsuspecting members of the public. There is neither recruitment nor training programmes for cabin crew positions

November 28, 2016

RTMC to host first ever indaba with traffic officers

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) will be hosting its first ever indaba with traffic officers from all provinces and municipalities to seek solutions to the carnage on the country’s roads.   The indaba, which is scheduled to take place in Durban from 5 to 9 December, will also share best practices on how to

November 25, 2016

SABRIC media briefing on festive season fraud

Still on TSI, as part of our ongoing collaboration with SA Banking Risk and Information Centre (SABRIC), we attended their media briefing on festive season fraud held on 15 November. The objective of the briefing was to inform media and invited delegates about criminal fraudulent activities, and also create more awareness about safe banking ahead

November 25, 2016

Police urge vigilance as holidays draw near

Pretoria – With the holiday season getting closer, the South African Police Service (SAPS) has reminded people to remain vigilant.   Police said people must be aware of their surroundings at all times to avoid becoming victims of crime, which tend to spike during this time of the year.   During the festive period, people

Two sides of the shieldServices

  • Prevention and Risk Management Based on information gathered, the trends can be noted and more information provided to the TSI portal. This will ensure we provide a service of success in preventing criminal trends in the tourism industry. The TSI will provide knowledge and insight on best practice to mitigate against tourist and tourism business crime.
  • Incident Management Our aim is to get as many incidents as possible reported to the TSI portal. This information will assist us to provide the police with information to prosecute those who are involved in crimes against tourists and tourism businesses. The TSI will also assist in supporting the victims of such crimes.

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