Two statutory bodies, i.e. semi-government organisations established by Acts of Parliament, award medals. In terms of the official Table of Precedence, these medals rank after national and provincial awards, and presidential permission is required to wear them together with official awards. The bodies concerned are the SA National Parks Board, and the Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority.
Kruger Cross: Gold (1988- )
For death-defying heroic deeds of outstanding valour.
Insignia: A gold cross displaying SANPark's kudu head emblem.
Kruger Cross: Silver (1988- )
For exceptional bravery in great danger.
Insignia: Same design as the gold cross, but in silver.
Kruger Cross: Bronze (1988- )
For bravery while in danger.
Insignia: Same design as the gold cross, but in bronze.
Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority
The Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA), formerly the Security Officers' Board (SOB), was established by Act of Parliament in 1987, to regulate the private security industry.
For bravery by security officers. Awarded in gold, silver, and bronze.
Insignia: A circular medal displaying the PSIRA coat of arms and "Valour - Dapperheid" (obverse).
Source: Military Medal Society of SA Newsletter No 208