This comes after a Pinetown woman was brutally attacked with a panga when she confronted an intruder trying to steal her television.
According to Elio Zannoni, managing director at Strategic Threat Analysis, homeowners and their families need to have an agreed-upon room to lock themselves in.
The company focuses on the identification, analysis and reduction of vulnerabilities and risks.
Zannoni said the room could be anything from a bathroom to a storage space.
“If you make use of security services, it’s a good idea to keep an extra panic button in this safe room. A spare cellphone that’s fully charged and has airtime is also good to keep in this room,” he said....
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