How Peaceforce is transforming Hatfield into a Safe City

Together with Hatfield CID (City Improvement District), Peaceforce Security Group is transforming Hatfield, Pretoria, into a Safe City.  Peaceforce has created a safer environment for the students, customers, and businesses in the Hatfield area of Pretoria.  Increased...

#CapeEpicJournal: From the Queen Stage to the final stage

Stage 5: The Queen Stage Stage 5 was quite hard. We climbed a lot, but the trails were beautiful and the downhills were nice and smooth. I felt a lot better and the support on route was also great. Stage 6 is going to be tough due to our start time that...

Stage 3 and 4: A few aches and pains, but still going strong

Stage 3 and 4, which took place on Wednesday and Thursday, were a bit rough, with Thana being diagnosed with “compartment syndrome”, which is caused by the jerking of one’s arms on the handlebars on the descents. Typing isn’t exactly the best thing for...

#CapeEpicJournal: Stage 2: Up, up, up!

Stage 2 went much better and I feel like I performed well – so much so that I had to wait for my dad on some of the massive climbs. The route started out with some mild ascents that tested our fragile legs. It was fairly easy going for the first 60km,...

#CapeEpicJournal: Stage 1. Challenging but fun!

Stage 1 definitely set the scene. It was a long and hard day in the saddle. The scenery was beautiful and the route was challenging but fun! I felt great up until about 82km …. I started to feel a bit fatigued and got dehydrated, but I pushed through for...

#CapeEpicJournal: Sunday, 17 March: Prologue

On Sunday, 17 March, we took on the prologue. This part of the ABSA Cape Epic starts and ends at the University of Cape Town, is 21km with 600m of that is climbing.It was a misty and cold morning, but the route was great. There was a nice mix of climbs and...

#CapeEpicJournal: Before the race

The first time my dad did the ABSA Cape Epic was in 2008 I had no idea that I would one day have the privilege of riding this race with him and soon I will. I know it’s going to be quite tough and I am definitely nervous for this event, but I am also very...

#CapeEpicJournal: An 18-year-old woman’s journey to the ABSA Cape Epic

The road to the ABSA Cape Epic Hi, my name is Thana Groenewald and I’m 18 years old! I’m riding the ABSA Cape Epic with my dad, Willem, and I’ll be one of the youngest people to ever participate. We’ll be riding as Team Peaceforce, as we are sponsored by...

Four Ways Security Guards Can Greatly Benefit Your Business

An unfortunate but unavoidable reality in South Africa is that businesses are often the target of crime – most notably, theft. While some businesses, like jewelry stores or electronics dealers, are under greater threat, the truth is that any business can...

Three Creative Alternatives to Electric Fencing

In South Africa, an electric fence is a relatively low-maintenance, yet highly effective way to deter criminals. But, should this not be a suitable solution for you, there are various other methods that can prevent intruders from climbing your walls.Of...

How to avoid a smash and grab incident

With South Africa’s large amounts of traffic, certain intersections and stop streets have become prime pickings for criminals. Relying on the element of surprise, they simply smash your car window, grab anything that appears to be of value, and disappear...

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