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New gallery: AAD 2012 air show

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The final two days (September 22 and 23) of the 2012 Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition were open to the public...

New gallery: AAD 2012 capability demonstration

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During the Africa Aerospace and Defence 2012 exhibition held at AFB Waterkloof between September 19 and 23, the South African National Defence...

AAD 2012 gallery

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Click here to access the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2012 gallery, featuring nearly 100 photos taken during Africa's largest defence exhibition.

AAD2012’s photographic competition

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The judging is complete and ten finalists have been chosen from more than 65 entries received. The awards will be made at...

OTT showcases new products

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OTT Technologies recently unveiled three new vehicles for export, allowing it to offer potential customers a full range of vehicles for civil...

Winning with defenceWeb

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DefenceWeb proved to be a popular brand at the Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition, and not just because of its exceptional editorial...

Ukrainian/South African joint effort to upgrade former Soviet radars in Africa

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A new company based in Ukraine but also operating out of Johannesburg, AMC Engineering and Trade (PTY) LTD, plans to upgrade Soviet-designed...

AAD Mobility Demonstration showcases mean machines

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Mean machines driven by rough riders is one way of describing the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2012 Mobility Demonstration, where vehicles...

AAD 2012 sees high turnout

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More than 40 000 trade visitors from 28 countries attended the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2012 exhibition at Air Force Base...

Industrial Automotive Design partners with Streit Group, launches new vehicle

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Industrial and Automotive Design (IAD) South Africa has launched a new protected vehicle, the Nyoka Mk 2, and announced a joint venture...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...