SBV Services: essential service during lock-down

SBV Services: essential service during lock-down

As an essential services provider, SBV Services has permission from the CIPC to continue to operate throughout the lock-down period. We are taking all precautions we can to protect our employees. We will keep money moving for our country during this time. Permission...

SBV joins forces to launch industry association

SBV joins forces to launch industry association

SBV joins forces to launch industry association focused on fight against cash-in-transit crime in South Africa Houghton, 28th February 2020 — The increase in cash-in-transit (CIT) crime in South Africa over the month of February 2020 has received significant public...

R4 million theft from Mall of Africa cash collection facility

R4 million theft from Mall of Africa cash collection facility

18 January 2020 STATEMENT FROM SBV SERVICES – R4 MILLION THEFT FROM MALL OF AFRICA CASH COLLECTION FACILITY Houghton 18 January 2020 – SBV Services is appealing to members of the public for any information which may assist the South African Police Service (SAPS) in...

N4 cash-in-transit heist: R1 million reward offered

N4 cash-in-transit heist: R1 million reward offered

Houghton 8 January 2020, SBV Services is offering up to R1-million for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspects that attacked a cash-in-transit (CIT) van at approximately 16:00 on 7 January 2020 on the N4 West Highway towards Pretoria. The...

Be mindful of the role of cash-in-transit protection officers

Be mindful of the role of cash-in-transit protection officers

SBV Services urges members of the public to be mindful of the role of cash-in-transit protection officers when moving money Houghton 29 November 2019 – South Africa’s economy relies on cash. Ensuring that cash is available when needed is an essential service provided...

CIT Attack: Pretoria North, 30 November 2019

CIT Attack: Pretoria North, 30 November 2019

SBV SERVICES STATEMENT TO THE MEDIA: CASH-IN-TRANSIT HEIST N1/PRETORIA Houghton, 28 November 2019, SBV Services can confirm that a cash-in-transit vehicle came under attack on the N1 north of Pretoria today. The number of suspects is currently unknown. Our teams are...

Vehicle accident, Ulundi KZN, 06 September 2019

Vehicle accident, Ulundi KZN, 06 September 2019

Vehicle accident, Ulundi KZN, 06 September 2019 Yesterday, three of our colleagues tragically lost their lives in an accident near Ulundi, KZN, when their vehicle left the road. One colleague remains in hospital and is in a stable condition. We have visited and spent...

KwaMashu, KZN, cash-in-transit attack

KwaMashu, KZN, cash-in-transit attack

28 August 2019 SBV SERVICES STATEMENT SBV Services confirms that we experienced an unsuccessful cash-in-transit (CIT) attack on one of our teams operating in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal, on Monday, 26 August 2019. A SBV staff member was injured and has been admitted to...

Statement to the media – Laudium CIT Heist

Statement to the media – Laudium CIT Heist

SBV Services can confirm that a four-man team servicing a Standard Bank branch in Laudium, Pretoria was attacked by an unknown number of armed suspects yesterday. Two security officers sustained minor injuries during the attack and are currently being treated. SBV’s...

Response to strike warning by the Motor Transport Workers Union

Response to strike warning by the Motor Transport Workers Union

SBV is aware of the Motor Transport Workers Union’s (MTWU) threat to commence with strike action. SBV has been in consultation with the MTWU and a variety of matters have been agreed upon including an 8.5% salary increase. The two matters that are currently in...

SBV commends the SAPS for CIT crime fighting efforts

SBV commends the SAPS for CIT crime fighting efforts

Cash-in-Transit crimes have caused concern for South African citizens as well as the cash services and business sectors, but a comprehensive response from the South African Police Service and private security firms means an improved ability to detect and prevent these...

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