In the news today: Tshwane’s warning for SA, new business model for Guardrisk, and unease within the FSB

The level of election-related violence in Tshwane was not anticipated‚ says the Minister of State Security. READ MORE

Eskom had to send a security team with its team to fix a transformer, in the heart of the Tshwane civil unrest, that had plunged 25 000 customers in darkness on Tuesday. READ MORE

On 1 July 2016, Guardrisk introduces a new client centric operating model. READ MORE

The dispute between the deputy registrar of pension funds at the Financial Services Board (FSB) and the FSB itself over the cancellation of thousands of dormant pension funds has caused serious rifts. READ MORE

Nigeria has agreed a one-month ceasefire with militants behind recent attacks on oil facilities in its southern Niger Delta. READ MORE