about us

OUR HERITAGE

OUR HERITAGE

From our inception as a small operation in Arusha, Tanzania, the Insight Group expanded to South Sudan in 2008 and the DRC and Kenya in 2013 and 2014 respectively. Our newest Zambia office will only add to our knowledge of the region. Each country is unique in its specific security needs, however, what joins us together is the overall foundation of intelligence and insight that each member of staff learns and contributes to make us the industry leader. We are now a family of nearly 7,000 strong.

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OUR STORY

We have more than 10 years’ experience in providing bespoke and highly professional security services to clients across Africa; including complex environments such as DRC, South Sudan, Zambia and Tanzania.

2014

zambia

Kenya

In 2014 The Company recognized the need to move beyond the conventional offerings of uniformed security guards as a sole means of protection and launched the Insight capability of Risk Management based on intelligence, analysis and reporting, underpi

2013

zambia

Zambia

Grew out of the requirement for convoy escort services operating along the copper belt, and its regional footprint allows for seamless integrated support. The Company is constantly looking to increase its regional footprint in emerging markets by which

2011

zambia

DRC

The Company has operated in The Democratic Republic of Congo since 2013, beginning in Kivu province on the Eastern side of the country and more recently moving to Kinshasa protecting international organisations and with an emphasis on quality process d

2008

zambia

South Sudan

Was established in 2008 and quickly established itself as the leading security provider offering unrivalled service in all 10 states. The Company protects just about all the UN agencies including the United Nations Mission UNMISS, World Food Program WF

2006

zambia

Tanzania

It was the company’s inception in the town of Arusha in 2006. Operations have steadily grown across this large country and now cover just about every strategic region. The Tanzania office also employs approximately 1,500 staff.