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Denel likened to a rotting carcass

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In yet another broadside at Denel and its sole shareholder – the South African government – Isaac Mashaba, a regular commentator on government’s achievements...

Industry on show at UN peacekeeping technology symposium

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Defence companies are out in force at the sixth United Nations Partnership for Technology in Peacekeeping Symposium (6PTPS) that opened in Pretoria on Tuesday,...

UN to explore expanding use of SA service providers at Procurement Summit

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The United Nations will examine how it can further expand the base of South African companies that provide it with goods and services at...

Sierra Nevada Corporation opens Nigeria office

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Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), having delivered a dozen A-29 Super Tucano aircraft to the Nigerian Air Force, has opened an office in Abuja. The company...

Final agenda announced for UN Procurement Summit

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Top officials from the United Nations’ supply chain division will be speaking at the UN Procurement Summit at the CSIR next week, including the...

Africa in a prime position to supply the United Nations, especially with airlift services

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African companies are ideally suited to supplying the United Nations with goods and services, especially air charters, as there is a big vacuum left...

Top UN officials to speak at June Procurement Summit

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Key members of the United Nations (UN) will be speaking at the UN Procurement Summit later this month that is being held in conjunction...

LMT Products and ADG Mobility now part of OTT Group

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Consolidation in the South African defence industry has seen OTT Technologies, LMT Products and ADG Mobility come together to create the OTT Group that...

DSCC asks black veteran-owned companies to get registered

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The Defence Sector Charter Council (DSCC) is calling on black-owned military veterans entities to register on the DSCC database as part of efforts to...

Denel back in court in July over unpaid salaries

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Denel will be back in court next month to face an application brought by trade union UASA in April to honour outstanding salaries. UASA was...

Securex South Africa returns after two years

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After a forced two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Securex security and fire trade exhibition has returned to Johannesburg, opening its doors...

SA defence industry lekgotla on hold

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The South African defence industry (SADI) lekgotla planned for last month did not happen with the industry and others involved from the ministers of...

Saloojee back at Denel

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Former Denel Chief Executive Riaz Saloojee, summarily dismissed along with two other senior executives at the height of State Capture machinations at the defence...

Reunert acquiring Etion Create

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Reunert has announced its acquisition of electronics equipment company Etion Create in order to expand its manufacturing and design capabilities and grow its international...

Public Enterprises ministerial team gives update on SOE turnaround plans

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Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan concentrated on, for want of a better word, the “majors” when it comes to non- and under-performing State-owned enterprises...

NCACC chair must not have “line function interest” in arms trade

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Ten Cabinet ministers and deputies make up the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), Government’s regulatory body for the sale and import of arms,...

Denel again ordered to settle outstanding salaries

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In what is another financial blow to struggling Denel, the State-owned defence and technology conglomerate has to pay 42 non-unionised current and former employees...

Reutech supplying weapons and radars for Biro, Hotel

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Reutech is supplying Super Sea Rogue turrets, machinegun turrets and radars for the four vessels being acquired by the South African Navy under Projects...

SA exported R3.3 billion worth of military hardware in 2021

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The South African defence industry exported R3.3 billion worth of weapons, ammunition and military equipment to 67 countries around the world last year, according...

Electrical Hardening : Listening to the whisper while everyone else is shouting

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Modern naval platforms are some of the harshest electromagnetic environments known to the EW community.  Radars, high-power communications, signal interception and direction-finding systems are...

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