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Book review: Operation Relentless – The world’s Most Wanted Criminal; The Elite Forces Hunt...

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Operation Relentless is the gripping story of the years-long effort to catch arms dealer Viktor Bout, nicknamed ‘The Merchant of Death' and...

Wings over Langebaanweg. Stories from a South African Air Force Base

Hermanus-based Andrew Embleton's third book on SA Air Force (SAAF) training looks set to be a winner with the military flying fraternity. "Wings...

Book Review: Harsh Lessons: Iraq, Afghanistan And the Changing Character of War

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The interventions by the US and its allies in Iraq and Afghanistan were on a massive scale and came close to failure....

ANC backs Zuma after calls for him to quit

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South Africa's ruling African National Congress said its executive committee stood by President Jacob Zuma after some top officials demanded his resignation,...

Apartheid Guns and Money – a tale of profit

"Apartheid Guns and Money - a tale of profit" is the latest addition to the stable of South African non-fiction providing much-needed...

Book Review: Firearms Developed and Manufactured in Southern Africa 1949-2000

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This weighty tome is a definitive reference guide to firearms developed during the region's golden age of gunmaking. It took seventeen contributors...

“Composite Warfare” – a composite insight into conflict and war in Africa

Eeben Barlow is a name well-known to those who are practitioners of military arts and skills, especially in Africa. He has now taken...

Book Review: China’s Cyber Power

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The cyber domain has become central to the struggle for strategic advantage between the US and the West on the one hand,...

Book review: Recce: Small Team Missions Behind Enemy Lines

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Professional soldier Koos Stadler has written a remarkable book chronicling his experiences as a special forces small reconnaissance team member operating behind...

Book Review: Boko Haram: Nigeria’s Islamist Insurgency

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Much about the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram is shrouded in mystery. Last week the President of Chad, Idriss Deby, claimed Boko...

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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...
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