Denel is on track to deliver armoured patrol vehicles and light-weight remote weapon systems to Namibia within the next four months.
The contract is a substantial one and consists of eight RG32M vehicles and four SDROW weapon stations. Johan Steyn, CEO of Denel Vehicle Systems, says delivery to Namibia will be completed by the end of March 2017.
The RG32M is a mine-resistant light armoured vehicle that is widely used by peacekeeping forces across the world. The latest version of the vehicle has been developed by Denel Vehicle Systems for deployment in Namibia, making use of the experience gained from the vehicle's deployment in other parts of Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Balkans.[Full Story.]
Last updated: 20 January 2017