Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA)

Contact Details

Physical: Eco Glades 2 Office Park, Block B, 420 Witch-Hazel Avenue, Highveld Ext 70, Centurion
Postal: Private Bag X817, Pretoria, 0001
Tel: 012 337 5500 / 086 107 7472
Fax: 012 326 6128 / 086 242 7180


The mission of the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA) is to protect the constitutional rights of all people to life, safety and dignity through the effective promotion and regulation of the private security industry.

The Authority's mandate is to: promote a legitimate private security industry that acts in terms of the principles contained in the Constitution and other applicable laws; promote a private security industry that is characterised by professionalism, transparency, accountability, equity and accessibility; conduct an ongoing study and investigation of the rendering of security services and practices of security service providers; institute legal proceedings against transgressors of the security standards; receive and consider applications for registration and renewal of registration as a security service provider; suspend or withdraw the registration status of a security service provider; develop and maintain standards and regulate practices in connection with the occupation of security service providers and people in the employ of the industry; take steps to protect and assist security officers and other employees against exploitation or abuse; promote high standards in the training of security service providers and prospective security service providers; develop and maintain a computerised database to store information concerning the industry; provide information promoting and encouraging compliance with the security standards and the Code of Conduct for Security Service Providers; and determine, charge and collect fees for services rendered by the Authority.

Office Bearers/Management

Prof F Mazibuko
Chief Executive Officer
Mr M Chauke

Prof Fikile Mazibuko
Deputy Chairperson:
Mr Humphrey Ngubane
Council Members:
Mr Mathews Oliphant
Maj Gen Cynthia Philison
Mr Zwile Zulu
Chief Executive Officer:
Mr Manabela Chauke
Chief Financial Officer:
Ms Mmatlou Sebogodi (Deputy Director: Finance and Administration)
Senior Management:
Mr Stefan Badenhorst (Acting Deputy Director: Law Enforcement)
Ms Mpho P Mofikoe (Deputy Director: Communications, CRM and Training)
Communications Officers:
Siziwe Zuma

Financial Information

All Financial Values: R'0002015/162014/152013/142012/13
AUDIT OUTCOMEFinancially UnqualifiedFinancially UnqualifiedFinancially UnqualifiedQualified
Current Assets97 87467 99162 34464 441
Non-Current Assets19 36920 02212 69114 949
Total Assets117 24388 01275 03579 389
Current Liabilities109 182108 88983 30733 755
Non-Current Liabilities342 2209 82712 757
Total Liabilities109 216111 10993 13546 512
Total Net Assets8 026(23 097)(18 100)32 877
Total Revenue216 442134 990130 650160 052
Revenue from Exchange Transactions202 115125 472118 098159 198
Revenue from Non-Exchange Transactions14 3279 51812 553854
Total Expenditure(184 891)(148 711)(137 145)(128 737)
Employee Costs(95 902)(83 301)(65 331)(76 098)
Surplus/(Deficit) for Year31 123(13 736)(6 494)31 055
Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities23 877(1 543)12 42413 784
Net Cash Flows from Investing Activities(2 309)(1 205)(474)(2 680)
Cash & Cash Equivalents at End of Year53 56431 99634 74422 793
Unauthorised Expenditure----
Irregular Expenditure-1 2778 8887 739
Fruitless & Wasteful Expenditure17911028398
Posts Approved266281286n/a
Posts Filled241220211n/a
SourcesAnnual ReportAnnual ReportAnnual Report n/a

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