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Private Security Company Vision Tactical is reminding those celebrating New Year’s Eve to stay safe and know their limits.

As with Black Friday, Vision Tactical have its medical partners ER24 on standby throughout the night for any medical emergencies and Tracker Connect on call to ensure one of the busiest nights of the year goes off without a hitch.

Director of Vision Tactical, Yaseen Theba said that after a busy Christmas period all units are fully prepared for New Year’s Eve with a plea to those celebrating to start 2020 safe and well.

“The traditional party night puts more demand on emergency services, security companies, police, ambulance dispatchers, doctors and medical staff and ambulance crews than any other time of the year.”

Theba adds that whilst most people will drink responsibly, unfortunately there are some who will overdo it.

“But we urge everyone to stop and think before they do anything and remember that their actions will have consequences.”

Vision Tactical urges people to consider these tips to have a good time and keep safe:

  • Don’t drink and drive – pre-book your Uber home or arrange a lift.
  • Think carefully about when you jump in the car the following day – tiredness itself can impede your ability to drive.
  • Keep away from hostile situations.
  • Look after yourself and your friends.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.

Vision Tactical Emergency Control: 084 222 2222

For more information, contact Head of Communications Mohamed on 074 772 33 33 or email

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Since inception in 2014, Vision Tactical has made huge strides in the private security industry.

Having been recognized as one of the fastest and strongest growing security service providers in Gauteng, the mandate of the company still remains the same.

Under the leadership and guidance of its Directors – Yaseen Theba and Feroz Essay, the security company built its stronghold in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg.

Theba says that Vision Tactical understands that customers rely on the company to safeguard their homes as well as businesses which is why every security contract is personally managed by one of the directors.

“This ensures we consistently deliver the very highest professional standards. Vision Tactical is firmly positioned among the most respected security companies in Johannesburg. We recruit trained specialists with highest standards and accreditations offering our clients a unique range of security services.”

In August this year, Vision Tactical launched its latest edition to an already diverse fleet, dubbed ‘Mobile Command’.

The unit is used to proactively sup- port the fight against crime in Johan- nesburg with the unique Mobile Command Centredispatched to any emergency situation and also utilized as a meeting area, radio command post, WIFI hub with various communi- cation capabilities, and much more.

The idea behind the Mobile Command Centre has ensured that other Vision Tactical Units including the Intervention Unit, SWAT Unit, Patrol Vehicles and Houghton based control room become more efficient in proactively fighting against crime and criminals operating in the city.

The vehicle is a fully fledged C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) unit, a first for the private security industry.

Vision Tactical has also built strong relationships with various departments in Gauteng, namely;

  • The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD)
  • The South African Police Service (SAPS)
  • Community Policing Forums (CPF’s)
  • Johannesburg City Parks
  • City of Johannesburg

In addition to this, Vision Tactical forged long standing working partner- ships with companies and institutions, namely;

  • Namola
  • ER24, Emergency Medical Partners
  • Tracker Connect
  • Sefeko

While the focus for Vision Tactical has solely been on protecting various communities at large, the company always wanted to give back to the community in more ways than one, this is how and when the GREEN TEAM was born.

In February 2019, Theba and Essay co – founded the ‘Green Team’, an ini- tiative started for the community by the community.

The mandate and sole objective of the Green Team is to #KeepItClean.

Vision Tactical noticed the rapid increase of illegal dumping incidents in areas such as Houghton, Killarney and Norwood and hopes that the presence of the ‘green bakkie’ around hotspot areas will deter residents and businesses from doing so, that way ensuring no more illegal dumping while protecting the environment at the same time.

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A female employee at Killarney Mall, in Johannesburg, was shot dead on Tuesday afternoon.

According to eyewitness accounts, the armed male entered the store and began arguing with the female victim, it’s believed that he then shoved her in to the office at the back of the store together with the other employee, and shot the female victim numerous times.

The armed suspect then turned the gun on himself and subsequently died on scene.

Vision Tactical Units responded immediately after being dispatched by our emergency control and arrived within minutes.

Director Yaseen Theba who was one of the first responders on scene said that upon arrival, it was discovered that the patients had already succumbed to their wounds.

“We then  alerted our emergency control room to contact the SAPS, JMPD and emergency services who responded to the scene.”

Theba adds that the scene was handed over to the South African Police Service for further investigations.


Media Enquiries:

Contact Mohamed on 074 772 333 3


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It is that time of the year where millions of South Africans will soon be heading to various holiday destinations across the country and abroad.

While the holidays are supposed to be a happy and carefree time, there are tips you need to keep in mind before you leave your home in order to ensure that it is secure.

Vision Tactical Director Yaseen Theba outlined these tips in an interview on eNCA recently.

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Director of Vision Tactical Yaseen Theba has encouraged community activism, including the efforts to promote and direct social & environmental reform allowing for positive change in society.

Theba was speaking during a live interview on SAfm’s afternoon show, Life Happens with KG Moeketsi on Wednesday.

He says that each and every citizen has a role to play in creating a safer environment for our future generations to live in.

Listen to the full interview below:


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As holidaymakers head to their destinations, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula and Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department’s (JMPD) have vowed to clamp down on lawlessness on our country’s roads this festive season.

South Africa has one of the highest number of road fatalities in the world, with the majority of deaths taking place over the festive season. A total of 1612 people died between December1, 2018 and January 8, 2019.

Mbalula said the carnage on the the country’s roads was a crisis that demanded that the public think differently and act with singular resolve. Mbalula urged law enforcement authorities to up their game and ensure visibility and enforcement around the clock.

“Road users have an obligation to ensure vigilance and behave in a manner that does not place others in harm’s way at all times.”

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The Gauteng Department of Community Safety is concerned about the increase of drivers who are arrested while under the influence of alcohol on Gauteng roads.

This follows the arrest of more than 140 drivers found driving under the influence of alcohol over the past long weekend.

Driving under the influence of alcohol and other prohibited substances often results in impaired driving causing unnecessary accidents and loss of lives.

The department advised motorists, particularly public transport operators, to comply with the rules of the road during this festive season.

Over the long weekend, 11 people lost their lives due to fatal crashes.

The long weekend was characterised by high traffic volumes as many citizens embarked on their journey to various holiday destinations.

Meanwhile, Private Security Company Vision Tactical deployed additional units on the ground to ensure the safety and security of clients businesses and residential properties during the festive period.

The company’s Director Yaseen Theba says that all Units will be mobile during the period to assist law enforcement when needed.

“The fight against crime requires a multifaceted approach and collaboration is the key.”


Communications: Mohamed Ameen Dabhelia (074 772 333 3)


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The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) say they encourage a good working relationship with private security companies, especially during the festive period.

JMPD Spokesperson Superintendant Wayne Minnaar told Vision Tactical that the relationship is vital in combatting crime within the City of Johannesburg.

“It helps us be there where we do not have officers, so with the security guards they alert and assist and even apprehend criminals where there are no JMPD officers.”

Minnaar has urged those staying in the City of Johannesburg during the festive period to be extra vigilant.

“There is a tendency for an increase in crimes, particularly bag snatching, cellphone theft and that’s why we want to encourage people to carry as little cash as possible with them because it’s the time of year when criminals take advantage of the situation.”

Minnaar adds that all citizens should enjoy themselves, but within the parameters of the law.

“They should do so in a safe manner, and ensure that their safety is the number one priority.”

Enquiries – 

Contact: Mohamed 074 772 333 3


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Vision Tactical received several complaints from business owners regarding traffic issues in the Main Reef area of Amalgam & Fordsburg.

On Friday morning, Vision Tactical members engaged with the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) addressing some of the core issues raised, this included severe traffic congestion at intersections especially during peak hour traffic.

According to several business owners in the area, roads and intersections remain gridlocked which pose potential risks to vulnerable motorists including smash & grab incidents, hijackings and other crime related incidents, while also affecting business operations.

Apart from discussing long term solutions to the problems which exist, immediate action will be implemented to ensure traffic congestion is eased in the area.

The JMPD will be dispatching points-man in the area, this will be effective from Friday the 13th of December 2019.

Vision Tactical will be monitoring the implementation and will report back any feedback to the JMPD directly to ensure a long term solution is found to all existing problems.

Business owners can contact the following individuals should they have any concerns or queries:

Muhammad Cajee (Osbro) – 071 081 3763
Yaseen Theba – 064 400 0000

Email: for further details.

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With all of the holidays, shopping, parties, and fun coming up with the festive season, it’s important to be safe while also enjoying the season.

The best thing Vision Tactical can suggest for home safety during the holidays, as well as the rest of the year, is to have a monitored security system.

But there are several other things you can do in addition to that to help keep your home and family safe.

Here are tips to help you do just that.

Before leaving, check your property and make sure there are no garden tools lying around which criminals could use to break into your home.

Keep your travel plans offline:

If you are planning to travel during the holiday season, be sure to keep your travel plans off your social media networks. Never post where you are going, when you are leaving, or when you will be back. This is prime information for a thief because he will know when your house will be empty. Even if you have the highest level of security on your Facebook or Twitter accounts, posting this personal information is never recommended.

Don’t state your home address on the outside of your luggage. Put a note inside the lid in case of loss, or use a label with an alternative non-residential address, such as your place of work

Notify a neighbour:

If you are planning to go out of town during the holiday season, be sure to notify a trusted neighbour. Ask the neighbour to keep an eye on your house and report any suspicious activity. You’ll also want this neighbour to pick up your mail and newspapers while you are away. Make sure your house looks like somebody is home to deter a burglar. Home automation is a great way to do this. Add a motion sensor light or use smart plugs and smart lightbulbs that let you control lights, TVs, and more from anywhere.

Bring in washing from the line, and from drying racks that can be seen from the street.

Leave curtains and blinds open – nothing reveals that a house is unoccupied so much as curtains drawn during the day.

Cancel deliveries and pool and garden services.

Keep your valuables safe:

Keep valuables out of sight and don’t leave them where they can be seen through a window, especially if you live in an estate or complex.

Make sure you have adequate house and travel insurance and that you have declared anything that could, if an insurer found out about it later invalidate your claim.

Aside from having adequate coverage, here are some steps you can take to protect your house:

Turn off your geyser:

Turn off and unplug any electrical appliances which will not be in use (television, computer, etc.).The holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year, as long as you stay safe. Be sure to take the precautions you need in order to fully enjoy the season.

For any security related enquiries, contact our offices: 084 222 22 22




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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula launched the festive season safety campaign in Johannesburg on Monday.

Mbalula joined Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) chief David Tembe during a roadblock on the M2 Crown Interchange.

Minister Mbalula says that the JMPD is fully equipped to handle lawless road users.

“There is nowhere to run, illegal drivers, unroadworthy vehicles, remember that you are all surrounded, so don’t drink and drive, and let’s arrive alive.”

Mbalula adds that the JMPD is leading from the front.

“As the Minister of Transport I am very happy and elated by the efforts of our police officers and the council of Johannesburg for the investment in law enforcement.”

JMPD spokesperson chief superintendent Wayne Minnaar told Vision Tactical that the focus of the campaign will be to address unroadworthy vehicles, drunk driving, and bad driving behaviour.

“This will happen through effective law enforcement and visible policing to encourage motorists to obey road rules, and in this way, reduce road fatalities this festive season.”

Director of Vision Tactical Yaseen Theba says that it’s encouraging to see law enforcement pro actively addressing road safety issues which has plagued the city.

“More than 1,600 people died on the country’s roads during last year’s December holidays, this statistic is alarming and of great concern.”

Theba adds that Vision Tactical will deploy additional Intervention, S.W.A.T and Tactical Response Unit vehicles on roads during the festive period to assist law enforcement when there is a need.

For more information:

Contact Mohamed Ameen – 074 772 33 33