Nairobi, July 12, 2017: WS Insight, a leading Nairobi-based risk management company, has launched a set of election-specific Security Information Services designed to ensure Kenyans stay informed during the election p... READ MORE
Nairobi, June 28, 2017: WS Insight, East Africa’s leading risk management company, and the largest employer of security staff in South Sudan, today distributed 6,000 Mosquito nets to all its employees to guard themsel... READ MORE
WS Insight Country Director Chris Connolly and Head of Risk Andrew Firth recently attended the prestigious Africa Oil & Power conference in Cape Town earlier this month.
Moreover Chris made up the panel on t... READ MORE
What goes on inside one of South Sudan's leading security firms?
By Sam Mednick, 09 June 2017
A convoy of protection forces from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, together with members... READ MORE
MRDC International POST-CAMPAIGN UPDATE
We are pleased to report that our surgical campaign met expectations. Over the course of 10 days we conducted 33 operation... READ MORE
The categorisation of private security companies as ‘professional services’ has landed them with a hefty tax burden under the 5 percent withholding tax policy. This move is crippling the industry, while being counterp... READ MORE
Insight CEO Tony Sugden discusses the importance of security in South Sudan on Kenya TV.
2016 was a busy year for staff families in Arusha Tanzania! Easy Roster Clerk Veronica Lohay had a baby, as did Head Technician Smartmaran Munuo and Warrior Guard Heriel Sanyael. And to top it all off, Supervisor Kenn... READ MORE
It has been said that ‘life long learning’ is the key to forward progression. If that’s true, then Warrior Security International’s Group Human Resources Manager has just jumped ahead by leaps and bounds.
Lulu A... READ MORE
Global corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) has released its 2016 ranking and two East African countries feature as last place and second to last place.
Somalia and South Sudan, are ranked as the... READ MORE
Information is power and that was certainly proven true in Tanzania recently. On 15th January 2017, PM Laibon Leina received a call from an anonymous source, saying a theft was planned that would take place later that... READ MORE