In retired Brigadier General Tebogo Rakau’s ‘earlier roles at Transnet and Eskom he contributed to the discount of theft and vandalism of copper, rail tracks and overhead infrastructure’.
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) has appointed Brigadier General (ret.) Tebogo Rakau as acting head of security with instant impact, the company has introduced in an announcement.
The appointment follows a spike in incidents of theft and vandalism towards the company’s property, such as copper cables, in current weeks, Prasa says.
“Gen. Rakau brings years of security industry-related expertise and could have a devoted give attention to managing security and security in our organisation. He succeeds Dr Mandisa Mokwena, who had additionally been acting within the place,” the assertion reads.
“Gen. Rakau has specialised in security and security for over 30 years. During that point he labored for the South African Defence Force (SANDF), Transnet and Eskom, amongst others. In his earlier roles at Transnet and Eskom he contributed to the discount of theft and vandalism of copper, rail tracks and overhead infrastructure.
“He additionally ensured that the security operate enabled the sleek operating of enterprise operations.
“PRASA believes that the appointment of a seasoned security skilled will help to play a pivotal position in the direction of guaranteeing higher security and security to our prospects, workers and infrastructure,” it concludes.
(Compiled by Carina Koen.)
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