Written by defenceWeb , Monday, 24 April 2017
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Top stories this week
- Ocean drift analysis shows MH370 likely in a new search area
- South Sudan refugees release UN hostages
- Mgwebi stays on as MONUSCO Force Commander
- No change in SANDF deployment numbers for MONUSCO
- U.N. denied access to South Sudan town alleged to be massacre site
- Adapting UN peace operations to a changing world is a shared responsibility Guterres tells Security Council
- UN Security Council agrees to lower troop cap for MONUSCO
- Outgoing UN peacekeeping chief points to reduced operations cost as milestone
- US wants cut to UN Congo troop cap
- Armed Forces Day events in Durban and Port Elizabeth cost R50 million plus
SA landmine detection pioneer in big US defence contract
by DCD Protected Mobility, 21 April 2017
Boksburg-based DCD Protected Mobility will provide more than 20 of its Husky 2G landmine detection vehicles to the US Department of Defence.
Reutech's RSR 904 radar system used in anti-poaching initiatives in Kruger Park
by Reutech, 21 April 2017
The innovative Kruger Park surveillance technology, the Meerkat, stops poachers in their tracks.
Saab signs support contract extension with British Army
by Saab, 13 April 2017
The deal with the UK's Ministry of Defence includes the provision of support and services to the Direct Fire Weapon Effects Simulator capability.