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South Africa

Lack of budget hindering security of SANDF bases, property

The shortfall in the South African National Defence Force’s (SANDF’s) budget means there is not enough money to acquire required security to physically protect all the military’s units and facilities, the Joint Standing Committee on Defence has heard.

Denel’s ten contracts that make a significant impact on its bottom line

State-owned aerospace and defence conglomerate Denel has ten main contracts that make a significant impact on its financial results, including the Badger infantry fighting vehicle, turrets, missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles and aerostructures.

Forty-four fraud and corruption related cases reported in the military

That the SA National Defence Force (SANDF), under the leadership of General Solly Shoke, is serious about putting an end to fraud and corruption at all levels is shown by the existence of a directorate whose sole aim is to stop these two crimes.

Another farm attack in Western Cape

The unwelcome phenomenon of farm attacks and murders is growing in the Western Cape after being largely confined to the country’s northern, eastern and western provinces.

Innovation is key to African maritime security - Paramount

Africa’s maritime domain is vast, with far-ranging security challenges on an almost individual state basis. Arguing for a blanket solution to all maritime security issues is unrealistic, as it is simply not in the interest of every African country to address every maritime security issue.

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