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South Africa's booming private security industry


High walls topped with razor wire, armed patrols in pick-up trucks and signs deterring would-be criminals from targeting properties are commonplace in South Africa. Per capita, the country’s private security industry is the fourth largest in the world and South Africans spend more than $4bn (£3bn) a year protecting themselves and their homes. The BBC’s Vumani Mkhize has been taking a look at this growing industry.Watch: Africa Business Report
Source: BBC News

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