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Military Art & Science

Feature: A pathway to professionalism

Soldiers in Sierra Leone.For African countries, improving the security outlook does not require better weapons or larger defense budgets. Instead, the precarious balance of national stability rests largely on the professionalism of security forces.


Veterans’ militaria fair at Warrior Shellhole

SA War Graves Society militaria fairThe SA War Graves Society (SAWGS) will this Sunday stage another in its series of veterans’ militaria fairs to raise much-needed funds for restoration and maintenance of war graves and memorials.

SA defence industry at a crossroads – Mapisa-Nqakula

Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.The South African defence industry is at a critical crossroads due to challenges including the reduced defence budget and fewer acquisition programmes, requiring transformation. This is according to defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.


SA defence technology highlighted at AAD despite low defence budget

An Olifant MBT.With the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition kicking off in Tshwane on 19 September, South Africa’s defence industry is on display for the world’s attention. However, the country’s industrial base has struggled as orders from the South African government have declined in the face of reduced spending.

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