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ISS: Zuma tries to revive ACIRC, but will it work?

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Last week, South African President Jacob Zuma attended a summit meeting in Addis Ababa with those leaders who volunteered to be part...

Angola takes over head of ACIRC

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Angola has taken over the chair of the African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises (ACIRC), and concluded the Utulivu Africa II...

Ceremonial end to Amani Africa II

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Following its one and only field training exercise, the rapid deployment capability of the African Standby Force (ASF) has been declared ready...

ISS: Standing by or standing up – is the African Standby...

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The African Union (AU) – and especially South Africa – regards the AU's nascent African Standby Force (ASF) as a means to...

SA element of ACIRC to be combat ready by end June

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The South African military contribution to the African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises (ACIRC) force will be combat ready by end...

South Africa to host ASF field training exercise this year

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South Africa will, at some time this year, host the Amani Africa ll field training exercise as part of making the AU...

Exercise Seboka training beyond peacekeeping

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SA Army Chief, Lieutenant General Vusi Masondo, has shed light on South Africa's contribution to the African Union peacekeeping initiative known as...

SANDF will only go back to CAR if asked by the...

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SA Army Chief, Lieutenant General Vusi Masondo, has cleared the air around a possible South African military return to the Central African...

SANDF battalion for ACIRC

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South African President Jacob Zuma's commitment to the nascent African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises (ACIRC) force is currently the major...

ISS: Who will foot the bill for Africa’s new intervention force?

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The next time a major crisis that needs swift military action breaks out anywhere in Africa, an African force will be on...

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Misleading SANDF post removed after defenceWeb intervention

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One imagines at least a handful of the more than seven thousand followers of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) LinkedIn social media account...