Ministers from G8 industrialised nations agreed on Saturday to work toward a legal framework for the trial of Somali pirates, seen as a major obstacle to policing the dangerous shipping lanes off the Horn of Africa.
An extravagant convoy of forty 4x4s and four motorbikes escort a young bride to her nuptials at a sandy beach in the Somali
Climate change is turning the oceans more acid in a trend that could endanger everything from clams to coral and be irreversible for thousands of years, national science academies say.
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- No SANDF personnel yet deployed to DRC intervention brigade
- SA no 6 contributor to UN peacekeeping ops
- SANDF’s Guptagate inquiry underway
- Minister Mapisa-Nqakula’s heartening maiden defence budget
- Military trade unions – is there room for them in the SANDF?
- Sandu and SANDF look set for another court battle
- UN approves new peacekeeping force for Mali
- Scaled down SANDF contribution for Freedom Day
- SANDF will be part of UN DRC intervention brigade
- SANDF deaths near the 30 mark in four months
defenceWeb flies high aboard the A400M
10 June 2013 - defenceWeb is proud to be amongst the first South African media companies to have flown aboard the Airbus Military A400M heavy transport aircraft, which will enter service in a ...
Mobile Communications Test Facility built at AFB Overberg
4 June 2013 - Air Force Base Overberg (formally Test Flight and Development Centre) is responsible for all developmental test flying in the SAAF, as well as test flying for SAAF acceptance of airborne ...
Imperial Armour is attending IFSEC
31 May 2013 - Imperial Armour is recognised and supported by industry as a one-stop manufacturing company, who supply military, police, fire, emergency services, demining, EOD and marines to over 78 countries worldwide.