Guarding the Eastern Cape

April 2005 News

Kusela Security Solutions, a security service provider and top 300 BEE Company, has been appointed as the preferred security service provider for the Hemingways Casino Resort and Hotel in East London.

The company currently provides guarding services to the resort - a Tsogo Sun Group venture. Through Kusela's links with ADT Security the resort also has access to 24 hour armed and paramedical response.

Since taking over the security at Hemingways Casino, Kusela staff have made several successful arrests and they were instrumental in bringing the perpetrators of a well-known motor vehicle crime syndicate to book.

The company has also been supplying security services to the Coega Harbour Development in Port Elilzabeth for more than a year. The manpower complement at this industrial development has increased significantly in line with the growth of the project.

Continuing with its successful streak, the company was also recently appointed as a preferred supplier to the Naspers Group.

Billy Selekane, managing director of Kusela Security Solutions, attributes Kusela's recent success to the unique benefits offered through its business partnership with ADT Armed Response and ADT Security Guarding services.

Billy Selekane, Kusela Security Solutions
Billy Selekane, Kusela Security Solutions

"With ADT's national footprint and service capability, we are able to provide Kusela's existing and prospective client base with a unique security solution," says Selekane.

For more information contact Billy Selekane, Kusela Security Solutions, 011 234 1591.





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