Posts tagged as copper theft

The challenges of training in the electrical contracting industry

  Approved Electrical Inspection Authority (AIA) Nico van den Berg discusses issues such as copper theft; the need for a scrap metal dealers act; electric fence installation and a forum where contractors can share their knowledge. While working as an assessor and moderator, Nico van den Berg of Centurion-based Independent Electrical Inspection Services founded the […]

EngineerIT Inbox, February 2014

  The February 2014¬†letters page looked at the issues of cybercrime in South Africa and copper theft. Winning letter to the editor: Recognition of cybercrime by South African SMEs Dear Editor Cybercrime in South Africa is at crisis levels, costing the economy billions of rands. Financial loss estimates that are reported in the media are […]

In conversation with Evert Swanepoel, centre director, Copper Development Association Africa

Hans van de Groenendaal in conversation with Evert Swanepoel, centre director, Copper Development Association Africa “Taking cash out of copper transactions will cut down on copper theft”, said Evert Swanepoel, centre director of the Copper Development Association Africa in his conversation with features editor Hans van de Groenendaal. Evert Swanepoel. There is more to copper […]

Taking the process of combating Copper theft to the next level

by Rens Bindeman, SARPA Over the years we have had many ups and downs with regard to finding the right answers in the ongoing battle against persons who like to enrich themselves by stealing Service Providers networks and infrastructure. last December saw two very important non ferrous combating initiatives taking place on consecutive days and […]