Psira New Pricing structure 2021 – 2022. This is how much private security guards now earn in South Africa. After a prolonged negotiation period, the Department of Labour has published the new prescribed minimum wages for the private security sector.
The minimum wages will kick-in from 1 November 2018, and include wage increases for security officers as well as a number of other employee categories – including clerical staff, artisans, control centre operators, drivers, and general workers.
According to the latest 2018/2019 report by the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA), there are currently 2.36 million security officers registered in South Africa – of which over 498,435 are employed by just over 9,000 registered and active security businesses.
This means that there are close to five security officers to every police officer in South Africa. Private security officers in South Africa are paid according to the roles and responsibilities they have. Guards are therefore graded between A and E based on the type of duty they perform.
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