Cash-in-transit companies in need of stricter hiring policies

Cash-in-transit companies require more stringent hiring regulations

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Following a string of cash-in-transit robberies this week in eThekwini, Mary de Haas made the remarks.

Yesterday, four suspected cash-in-transit robbers were killed in KwaMashu, and another was detained in Durban’s south.

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According to De Haas, cash company employees might have participated in the robberies.

Since the expert panel’s July report from the previous year, I don’t believe much has changed, and neither do we have enough control over guns and ammunition or a properly well-regulated security industry.

The absence of independent police services is a major issue. According to De Haas, almost all of this crime stems from the same issue.

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