Meet the newly improved defenceWeb


Fresh from celebrating a decade in business, defenceWeb has relaunched its website, which now offers readers an improved, cleaner experience.

The new website greatly improves the mobi experience, making defenceWeb just as easy to browse on your phone as via your desktop computer. More and more of defenceWeb’s traffic is being generated through mobile devices, making it essential that the user experience be optimised for mobile browsing.

While the look and feel of the new defenceWeb has changed for the better, the layout and content has been kept the same for ease of access. defenceWeb’s 22 different news content sections are still there, from aerospace to sea, land and everything in between, as well as fact files, African military profiles, book reviews, tenders and photo galleries. It is now easier than ever to go through the 51 000 articles and 4 600 photos that defenceWeb has published over the last decade.

defenceWeb’s clients, sponsors and partners are sure to benefit from the newly redesigned website, better giving the 20+ local and international clients an improved platform through which to communicate their news, products and services to the local and global industry.

The relaunched website is just one milestone in defenceWeb’s new growth path, with many more exciting changes to come to South Africa’s most recognised brand in the defence news sector. 2019 promises to be a bumper year for defenceWeb, which will continue to cement its position as Africa’s leading defence and security news portal.

Issued by defenceWeb

defenceWeb ( is the largest aerospace, defence, security and maritime news and information source in Africa. defenceWeb was established in September 2008 to provide defence professionals as well as specialists interested in defence matters in Africa a consolidated source for news, information, research and insight. defenceWeb’s focus audience is the key opinion-former and decision-maker in Parliament, the executive, officialdom, the military, industry, academia, the media and the broader public.

Editorial contact

Guy Martin


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Robert Mace

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