Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Stallion Security aims to give others stiff competition

From humble beginnings Stallion Security promised to give local mainstream security companies a run for their money, aiming to become a leader in a few years.

A renowned product of South Africa, Stallion Security set its foot in Botswana in 2013 blending with the local Urban Security to create a formidable security force.

The brainchild of renowned entrepreneur and politician Kagiso Mmusi, Urban Security merged with Stallion Security South Africa with the move expected to reap dividends in five years to come.

Observed Stallion Security Botswana General Manager Francois Oosthuizen:”Our aim is to bring competition and improvement to security in Botswana. We intend to become a top leading security provider in the country in five years to beat reputable security companies such G4S Security, Security Systems and Security Services.”

He was speaking at an occasion to mark  the company’s success of acquiring adequate operation block in Commerce Park formerly BA ISAGO University rented space.   

Starting from a small building, Stallion Security moved to the new premises of late ÔÇô a development that Mmusi said indicated the security company was growing in leaps and bounds.

Starting from humble beginnings in 2013 with a workforce of 250, today Stallion Security employs 500 personnel with the noble partnership an impressive opportunity to create employment for Batswana and quality service,” Mmusi noted.

 “We will now have Executives, let alone the general public knocking at our doors impressed now we have a home … a permanent home for our secure service delivery,” Mmusi added, insisting the acquisition of the adequate building was “the beginning for the big things”.

Stallion Security promises to be a leading security organisation providing secure guarding, alarm monitoring and response with enough vehicles among others.

Stallion Security offers street patrol guarding including alarm installations.

With a successful operation record in South Africa infamous for rowdy crowds including riots and armed robberies, Stallion Security services in the country promise a smooth sailing considering Botswana population, peace and tranquility.

“We could be seen everywhere in South Africa including in crowd pulling events such as stadiums. Stallion Security promises to bring such a vigour, human technical experts not least quality guard services even to this country,” Oosthuizen said, insisting Stallion Security has stood the test of time even in neighbouring countries such Zimbabwe and Namibia.

An entrepreneur who likes taking chances as they come, Mmusi indicated the venture of Stallion Security project was “not a small plan”, predicting dividends by the end of the year.

“The venture the two companies undertook is a great milestone,” Mmusi stated, acknowledging the transformation of Stallion Security to what it is today.

A promising upcoming security service, Stallion Security offers a wide range of service uniform including corporate and combat on industrial sites amongst others as a means of social welfare to its workforce.

To promote quality and competitive service, Stallion Security even offers promotion on merit including financial rewards for outstanding and impressive performance.

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