Get the help you know, even faster!

Dear Vision Tactical Member,
Vision Tactical is creating a safer living, working and studying environment by actively patrolling public spaces, neighbourhoods and member properties. As a member, you have access to additional benefits like EMS and ambulance transport from your premises, and our “meet & greet” service.

How it works: 

You can link your Vision Tactical membership as follows: 

  1. Download Namola and sign up
    (if you haven’t yet)
  2. Open Namola and go to Profile > Link Membership
  3. Choose “Vision Tactical”
  4. Enter your mobile number, then submit

You can do this for each member of your household. Vision Tactical will approve the request within a day, and you’ll get a confirmation message and email. 

Once done, you’ll see the Vision Tactical logo on Namola’s SOS screen whenever you’re within our coverage area. 

Some additional benefits of the Namola app: 

  • It works anywhere in South Africa, in any emergency, 24/7. When you’re outside Johannesburg, Namola will assist through their national network of public emergency services, police, metro, neighbourhood watches and armed responders.
  • Family peace-of-mind, by adding loved ones who will receive emergency alerts.
    You can even live-share locations.

Coming soon from Vision Tactical and Namola: GPS panic buttons and safety watches you and your loved ones can use to request assistance from Vision Tactical. A real game- changer when going outside for work or pleasure.

Click here to WATCH a preview. 

Get in touch with for more information or if you need any help. Yours in safety,

Vision Tactical & Namola 

Two trains collided at the Elandsfontein train station in Boksburg.

Two trains collided at the Elandsfontein train station in Boksburg on the East Rand on Tuesday.

Vision Tactical responded to the scene, and upon arrival paramedics attended to 20 passengers who suffered minor / severe / moderate injuries.

SAPS / Police are on scene and investigations are ongoing.


Vision Tactical Spokesperson

Yaseen Theba – 064 400 0000


Vincent Cosa is being hailed a hero after he risked his life to rescue a child from the Jukskei River.

In a video clip shared by Yusuf Abramjee, the child is seen atop a pole that stretches across the river. The man slowly makes his way toward the child and later carried him to safety as onlookers cheered.

Bogus City Power meter reader targets Johannesburg north-eastern suburbs

The man is using a fake City Power’s contractor Acumen Software and does not do any field work.

Residents of Johannesburg are warned about a man going around the suburbs pretending to be a City Power smart meter reader. The man is carrying a fake card not registered with the entity or its contractors. Photo: Supplied

A man walking around the Johannesburg north-eastern suburbs pretending to be a City Power smart meter reader has been exposed and residents are warned not to let him onto their properties.

A property owner in Sydenham, who wishes to remain anonymous, contacted North Eastern Tribune and said that a man (pictured) visited his house and pretended to be an employee of the City of Johannesburg’s power utility, City Power.

The man is said to have come to their house claiming that their new smart meter was not working properly and his team needed to come and change it.

“He was carrying an office-looking clipboard and also wearing a yellow safety vest which was under his tracksuit,” said a resident adding that the man had a City Power identity card.

“We first let him in, but his knowledge of the smart meter seemed to be wrong. When he came back the second time we took a photo of his ID and then he was a bit hesitant to come in. He left saying he would come back later.”

The resident then used SMS ID verification service (38021) to check the man’s identity number. Anyone can use this service to verify an ID number and they will then receive an SMS with the person’s verified details. “In this case we got back a message saying ‘invalid ID number’,” he said.

City Power’s spokesperson, Isaac Mangena, confirmed that they’re aware of this case and are investigating it through the City’s Group Forensic Investigative Services (GFIS).

Mangena said the suspect is an imposter who allegeldy robs residents by claiming that he is a City Power employee. According to him, in a recent incident, the man presented himself to a customer as a ‘meter reader’ with a (fake) City Power card which showed the name of Sifiso Khumalo. The imposter then allegedly assaulted the customer before stealing her son’s car and housing equipment which included computers, jewellery and a cell phone.

“The person in the picture is neither a City Power employee nor a contractor at City Power and the card he is holding is a fake card,” City Power said in a statement on 26 February.

“City Power would like to assure residents that the name Acumen Software that appears on the card is a company of good reputation. It has no relations with criminal activities of the person appearing in the picture.”

According to the statement, they have referred this matter to the GFIS ‘for further investigations and to bring this perpetrator to book’.

City Power is also warning residents not to allow any person, technician or contractor onto their property without first verifying credentials with City Power’s Security Risk Control Unit on 011 490 7911 or 011 490 7553 or 011 490 7900 or by contacting the Metering Call Centre number at 011 490 7484 and they also advise residents to contact their nearest police station.

Details: City Power on Twitter @CityPowerJhb;