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REMULES, the world's first all-in-one, fully mobile, carbon fibre solar system
by Land Forces Africa, 6 July 2015
Renewable energy solution, ideal for aid organisations and military forces deployed in crisis zones, debuts at LFA 2015.
Excalibur Shelters provides self-lifting, ISO-compliant shipping containers
by Excalibur Shelters, 6 July 2015
Known as the SL-Tainer, the self-lifting and levelling technology gives humanitarian and defence industries versatile mobile platform opportunities.
Ichikowitz Foundation supports efforts to save endangered Saiga antelope
by Paramount Group, 3 July 2015
The doctors' visit to Kazakhstan to investigate the mass die-off of more than 130 000 endangered Saiga antelope is funded by the Ichikowitz Family Foundation and Paramount Group.
Denel book will radically change SA's maths, science, technology landscape
by Denel Corporate, 1 July 2015
"Defence Technology Made Easy" will create awareness about innovation and post-school opportunities derived from maths, science and tech education.
High-stress technical springs
by Atlantis Corporation, 1 July 2015
The company's spring technology can be found in the fields of defence and weapon technology, as well as in machine tool construction.
Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula to open Land Forces Africa
by Land Forces Africa, 1 July 2015
The minister of defence and military veterans, Nosiviwe Noluthando Mapisa-Nqakula, will open the event in Pretoria on 6 July.