|SARPA has branches in Gauteng, Limpopo, KwaZulu Natal, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, the Freestate, Mpumalanga and Namibia.|
Membership is made up of utilities involved in the supply of electricity, water, communication and related services as well as contractors, manufacturers and consultants involved in the field of revenue protection. The community contains two membership types: Utility Members and Affiliate Members. The Association provides a platform for interactions and networking with colleagues in the industry. Read More...
|Founded in 1997, SARPA promotes the exchange of information and finding of solutions in protecting the income and assets of utilities against pilfering, misapplication and misappropriation.|
The Association holds several meetings throughout the year, including branch meetings, executive council meetings and webinars.