Big guns fork out millions for armoured vehicles

Business people at risk of being attacked are paying up to R2m for reinforced Kevlar protection for their luxury cars to protect themselves and their families

14 April 2024 - 00:00

Politicians, church leaders, taxi bosses and high-flying multinational business executives are forking out millions to take cover behind Kevlar glass and armoured-steel protection for their luxury vehicles. ..

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