Good news – client reviews

Ubuntu Pathways We recently received a glowing testimonial from our client Ubuntu Pathways in Port Elizabeth for the officer on site – Officer Gedie. ‘Officer Gedie delivers effective service. The MD mentioned that she would walk around in the building and...

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M Secure provides Close Protection and Strike Action services

M Secure caters for a wide range of security needs – from special event guarding, to standard guarding and even close protection (bodyguards) and strike action. Many organisations do not realise that M Secure can assist with the latter two services. As...

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What does our SAIDSA accreditation mean?

It is important to know that when a security system is purchased, an ongoing relationship is entered into between the you and M Secure. We must have the infrastructure and required expertise to support your needs on a continuous basis. One of...

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Hints and tips – keep safe during protest action

What do you do when a group of employees has decided to picket outside your offices?  They have the right to do so, but there are ways in which you can protect yourself from intimidation and if the protestors become unruly. Here...

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Meet the team – Fana Kayalethu, Area Manager – Mthatha Region

Fana Kayalethu was recruited to M Secure in May 2017, stationed at the Mercedes Benz South Africa Site in East London, after having nearly 11 years of industry experience under his belt. Coming from the SA National Defence Force, the private security...

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We turned 16!

This March M Secure came of age – we turned 16! For many people this signifies a shift from childhood into adulthood and represents the celebration of maturity in a teenager. We’re very proud to be able to say that we have...

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Brand new Mthatha office

We are very proud of our new offices in Mthatha. We are in the process of relocating to new premises at 78 King Edward, Mthatha and the move will be complete by the end of March 2019. Our new premises will enable...

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Finding the delicate balance between human rights and property protection

Human Rights Day was celebrated in South Africa on 21 March. This public holiday stems from the atrocities which occurred at Sharpeville in the 1960 but is also a celebration of the progressive constitution of South Africa – and, in particular the Bill...

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