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South Africa’s Cuban connection questioned again

The apparent preoccupation some in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet have with Cuba again manifested itself in the form of current Human Settlements, Water and...

Call for business rescue at Denel

Put Denel under business rescue is one proposal this week to find a way of bringing some stability to the beleaguered State-owned defence conglomerate...

Power restored at Dunnottar military base

Six months after legal intervention by the SA National Defence Union (Sandu) saw power restored to the Dunnottar military base, the military trade union...

Thousand plus Reserves find full-time employment with Correctional Services

The military skillset is in demand, by at least the Department of Justice and Correctional Services, which earlier this year welcomed over 1 200...

Retiring CSANDF national tour kicks off in North West

Outgoing SA National Defence Force (SANDF) Chief, General Solly Shoke, used this week’s SA Army Extended Army Command Cadre (EACC) meeting to bid farewell...

SAAF helos part of Table Mountain firefighting efforts

The SA Air Force’s (SAAF’s) Western Cape-based 22 Squadron, with pair of Oryx medium-transport rotorcraft, contributed in no small measure, alongside other disaster management...

SANParks records another successful anti-poaching operation in the KNP

South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced another operation that led to the arrest of three suspected poachers on Wednesday 21 April in the...

Gunners time-honoured tribute to “their” general

Fitting tribute was paid to Gunner General Khaya Makina, who died in March, during an Artillery Formation capability demonstration in Potchefstroom this week. CArmy Lieutenant...

CV of Major General Siphiwe Lucky Sangweni

Siphiwe Lucky Sangweni was born on 27 February 1967 in KwaMashu township, Durban, in the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. After he completed his...

April salaries unlikely at Denel Dynamics

Denel Dynamics has warned its employees that it is unlikely to pay salaries for April due to the company’s poor financial situation. This follows...


Joint Standing Committee on Defence shows short memory span

Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Defence (JSCD) publicly acknowledged the “exceptional leadership” of outgoing SA National Defence Force (SANDF) Chief General Solly Shoke last...