The Past Week in Defence #29 (9 – 15 November 2020)

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In this week’s edition, on the continent, the Nigerian Air Force continues to refurbish and expand its fleet, including with armed UAVs while the Nigerian Nay receives new vessels, Sudan receives a Russian training vessel, and the Sierra Leone Armed Forces take delivery of four patrol boats.

In SANDF news, Cape Corps soldiers cry foul on integration, database clean-up and “consequence management” coming at Military Veterans Department and this year’s War College graduation goes virtual.

In industry news, Denel Aeronautics refocuses, Rheinmetall Denel Munition is part of a Dutch ammunition contract, Denel’s Hoefyster contract is a disaster according to Judge Raymond Zondo, there is a possible investor for Denel PMP as the Department of Defence mulls small arms production apodcastnd AMD paints a grim picture of the South African defence industry.

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00:01:00 – Nigerian Air Force getting Wing Loong, CH-3 and CH-4 UAVs

00:02:42 – French shipyard Ocea delivers first C-Falcon interceptor to Nigerian Navy

00:03:39 – Sudan receives Russian training vessel

00:04:49 – Sierra Leone Armed Forces takes delivery of four patrol boats

00:05:40 – Cape Corps soldiers cry foul on integration

00:07:29 – Database clean-up and “consequence management” coming at Military Veterans Department

00:08:37 – War College graduation

00:09:30 – Denel Aeronautics refocuses

00:11:58 – Rheinmetall Denel Munition part of Dutch ammunition contract

00:12:54 – Denel’s Hoefyster contract a disaster – Judge Raymond Zondo

00:13:44 – Possible investor for PMP as DoD mulls small arms production



00:14:40 – AMD paints grim picture of SA defence industry