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Is there a lesson in Op Copper?

South Africa's continued lead role in Operation Copper, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) counter-piracy tasking in the Mozambique Channel, has been...

Operation Copper stretching SA Navy

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Operation Copper, the anti-piracy deployment in the Mozambique Channel, is a demanding and expensive operation that is stretching the South African Navy,...

SA Navy exploring SAS Drakensberg replacement

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The South African navy is looking at the eventual replacement of the combat support ship SAS Drakensberg, since the maritime arm of...

SA Navy treads water to punch above its weight

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Throngs of smiling crowds lined the quayside of Naval Base Simon's Town this past weekend, enjoying the annual SA Navy Festival. Behind...

SA Navy Museum leads with Transformation Display

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The South African Navy has led the way amongst all the SANDF arms of service by formally opening a Transformation Display at...

Exercise Cutlass Express planning in Simon’s town

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The finalisation of plans for Exercise Cutlass Express 2015 took place at the headquarters of the SA Navy fleet, Simon's town, last...

Revamped strike craft ready for counter-piracy duty

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The third Warrior Class strike craft to be refitted as an offshore patrol vessel (OPV) – SAS Makhanda – is en route...

Manthatisi refit and overhaul almost finished

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SAS Manthatisi (S101) will be back in the water on May 5 after more than six years on the hard and in...

Progress at last on offshore patrol vessel acquisition

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The SA Navy has received the all clear from the Armaments Acquisition Council to acquire offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) in terms of...

Navy rising to meet new challenges

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The South Africa Navy (SAN) is facing ever increasing demands to perform with little in the way of extra resources, but is...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...