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Training Discounts

SPECIAL OFFERS AND DISCOUNTSOFFER 1: SAVE UP TO 30% ON OUR CLOSE PROTECTION OFFICER COURSES!Times are still tough, and we know that everyone is watching their spending. With this in mind, we are offering a 30% discount on bookings on our Close Protection Officer Skills Program Course until 15 April ...

Wednesday, 23 February 2011


CPO Course

Well done to all our students who successfully completed the Close Protection Officer skills program course today!I am sure that the muscle strains, dehydration, the broken rib and bleeding was worth it.  All the students did well and we hope you have walked away better than when you arrived.  All t...

Friday, 10 December 2010


Challenges affecting the SAPS firearms application and licensing processes

Remarks by Minister of Police, E.N. Mthethwa, MP to the National Press Club on, Sheraton Hotel, Pretoria 02 November 2010

Wednesday, 3 November 2010


Close Protection Skills Program

Zenzele training school is proud to announce that we have been awarded a learnership from SASSETA to conduct the Close Protection Skills Program course for 30 students. The course will begin on the 8th November 2010 and will run for 4 weeks. The course details to be covered during the course is:

Wednesday, 27 October 2010


SASSETA takes over from PSIRA

SASSETA has officially taken over responsibility from PSIRA, for all training within the security industry.  This was made official as of the 1st November 2009.This will have a significant impact on the security industry to both employers and employees, as existing PSIRA accreditations will fall awa...

Friday, 20 November 2009


Firearm amnesty in 2010

Johannesburg - South Africans will have four months to hand in illegal firearms under an amnesty in 2010, the police ministry said on Tuesday.Spokesperson Zweli Mnisi said the amnesty would run from January 11 until April 11 next year.The proposal for the amnesty by police minister Nathi Mthethwa wa...

Monday, 9 November 2009


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Wage increases 2009 - 2012

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An agreement was reached on the 30th April 2009 which determines salary and other related increases applicable across the board for all person working within the Private Security Industry in South Africa.

The agreement, once Gazetted should be effective from 1 September 2009, and cover the period until the 31st August 2012.

Who signed this agreement?

This agreement was signed after lengthy negotiations between various industry role players.  This included representation by members acting on behalf of employers and employees.

All the parties were in agreement that this would be promulgated and become effective as soon as the Government has signed the Gazette for the new Security Industry Sectoral Determination.

Some of the parties represented

On behalf of employers:

  • Security services Employers Organization
  • SA National Security Employers Association

On behalf of employees:

Current remuneration rates

Currently the rates for the various guarding categories are listed below:

PSIRA wages for 2008-2009

PSIRA wages for 2008-2009

Other remuneration or deductions
  • Sunday pay @ X1.5
  • Public holiday @ X1.5
  • Night shift allowance per shift R 3.00
  • Provident fund (after 7 months) 6.5 %
  • UIF 1 % of basic pay
  • Cleaning Allowance 1.85 p/w R 12.00
New remunerattion rates

It was agreed to increase the minimum salaries as outlined below:

PSIRA wages for 2009-2012

PSIRA wages for 2009-2012

  • The rates of increase for year 2 & 3 are calculated according to the inflation rate + 2%
  • A minimum increase of 7.25% in year 2
  • A minimum increase of 7% in year 3
  • Grade E to fall away in YEAR 2
  • Area 4 will join with Area 3 in YEAR 2
Provident fund
  • to be increased to 7% in YEAR 2
  • to be increased to 7.5% in YEAR 3
  • Membership period reduced to 4 months
  • New employees get risk cover from date of employment
  • Membership remains compulsory

These employees will receive an allowance of R 5.50 per shift

  • Mobile supervisors
  • Armed officers
  • Armed response officer
  • National Key Point
  • Controller

Night shift allowance:

  • R 4.00 in YEAR 1 and
  • R 5.00 in YEAR 2

Uniform cleaning allowance: R 15.00 per month

Maternity leave
  • Female S/O to be paid 34% of basic salary
Family responsibility leave

Increase from 3 days to 4 days in YEAR 2


Need for overtime is solely at discretion of employer, and shall not exceed:

  • 3 hours in any day
  • Up to 48 hours per month
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