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Statement on the Cabinet meeting of 25 May 2011

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Cabinet held its ordinary meeting in Cape Town on 25 May 2011. 1. Current affairs 1.1 Cabinet commends the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)...

Statement on the Cabinet meeting of 5 May 2010, Cape Town

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6 May 2010 Cabinet held its ordinary meeting in Cape Town on 5 May 2010. Cabinet approved the proposed targeted interventions to...

DG terms extended to five years from three

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Cabinet has extended the term of office for Directors-General from three to up to five years. The decision applies to Directors-General who...

Cabinet again decries protest violence

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South Africa's Cabinet says people had the right to protest but it adds this cannot be an excuse for violence and criminality....

Cabinet approves defence bills

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Cabinet has approved the Defence Amendment Bill for tabling in the National Assembly as well as the establishment of the National Defence Force...

Motumi appointed DG MilVets

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Acting Secretary of Defence (SecDef) Tsepe Motumi has been promoted to director general of the recently created Department of Military Veterans (DMV)....

State to acquire majority stake in SunSpace

Cabinet has "approved in principle" that the government acquire an equity share of between 55 and 60% in Sun Space & Information...

HIV+ deployments now possible: SAMHS

The South African Military Health Service (SAMHS) says a better understanding of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) makes it possible for the...

SA Navy not yet scheduled to go pirate hunting

The South African Navy is not presently scheduled to join the international anti- piracy activities in the Indian Ocean. That's the latest word on...

Cabinet returns SANDF to border duty

The South African National Defence Force is again responsible for borderline control and protection, following a Cabinet decision announced yesterday. This reverses a decision...

National Security

I'm growing increasingly concerned about "national security". Two things strike me, first that the term has made a return from the dead...