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The Past Week in Defence #20 (8 – 14 August)

In this week’s edition, on the continent, Africom continues to combat terrorism in Africa amidst COVID-19, South Africa needs to wake up to the...

The Past Week in Defence #19 (1-7 August)

In this week’s edition, on the continent, The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency are getting ready for patrol vessels and rigid-hulled inflatable boat...

The Past Week in Defence #18 (25 – 31 July)

In this week’s edition, on the continent, the first Egyptian Su-35s have been spotted, rhino poaching declines significantly in South Africa, stock and other...

The Past Week in Defence (18-24 July)

In this week’s edition, on the continent, Turkey’s Katmerciler is delivering Hizir armoured vehicles to an African customer, the fourth new Egyptian Type 209...

The Past Week in Defence (11 July– 17 July)

In this week’s addition, we look at how civil unrest is on the rise globally, crew kidnappings increasing off West Africa, and the United...

Africa Monitor expert examines Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado insurgency

DefenceWeb talks to Pedro Esteves, managing partner at Africa Monitor, on the Cabo Delgado insurgency in Mozambique. Available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts,  Stitcher...

defenceWeb News #15 (4 – 10 July)

On the continent, Germany renews its contract with Airbus for Heron unmanned aerial vehicles in Mali, an African navy orders two Israeli offshore patrol...

defenceWeb News #14 (27 June – 3 July)

On the continent, Morocco orders AH-64 Apache attack helicopters and Sherpa armoured vehicles, the Algerian Navy orders a Chinese corvette, a Ghanaian Z-9EH helicopter...

defenceWeb Webcast #13 (20 – 26 June)

In this week’s addition, in Southern Africa, Botswana’s police are to receive Enstrom 480B helicopters in August, South Africa authorised R500 million in arms...

defenceWeb News #12 (13 June – 19 June)

In this week’s addition, on the continent, Russian aircraft are active in Libya, global multilateral peace operations declined in 2019, the Royal Air Force...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...