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defenceWeb amplifying African defence and security news coverage

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defenceWeb, Africa's leading defence news portal, proudly announces the launch of its latest news section, "African News." From Algeria to Zimbabwe, this dedicated news...

defenceWeb and AMD to host Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for Defence and...

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defenceWeb and the Aerospace, Maritime and Defence Industries Association (AMD) of South Africa will soon be hosting the inaugural Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for Defence...

2020 – COVID-19’s year

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Looking back as the sun goes down on 2020, the most obvious memory of the year will be the coronavirus and what it did...

defenceWeb the official exclusive online show daily partner for AAD 2020

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defenceWeb’s position as Africa’s leading defence news portal has been cemented again, with the publication awarded the title of Official Online Show Daily Partner...

defenceWeb Calendar 2020

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defenceWeb closed for Christmas

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2019 has all but come to a close for defenceWeb as we shut down for the festive season after a long and productive year....

Chief of SA Army discusses border control, xenophobia, DRC and the...

Chief of SA Army discusses border control, xenophobia, DRC and the Vaal River

First flight of teen-built Sling 4 light aircraft ahead of trans-continental...

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Tedderfield Airfield, south of Johannesburg, over the weekend witnessed the public unveiling and first flight of a Sling 4 light aircraft built by a...

Meet the newly improved defenceWeb

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Fresh from celebrating a decade in business, defenceWeb has relaunched its website, which now offers readers an improved, cleaner experience. The new website greatly improves...

A decade of defenceWeb

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2018 is an important year for defenceWeb as it marks the culmination of a successful decade of publishing as South Africa –...

A decade of defenceWeb

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2018 is an important year for defenceWeb as it marks the culmination of a successful decade of publishing as South Africa's –...

defenceWeb celebrates a decade

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2018 marks a decade since defenceWeb was established as South Africa's leading online defence and security news portal. In that time, defenceWeb has become...

defenceWeb celebrates a decade

defenceWeb's traffic has grown from just over 1 000 readers per month in October 2008 to 86 000 visitors and 230 000 hits in...

defenceWeb celebrates a decade

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defenceWeb's traffic has grown from just over 1 000 readers per month in October 2008 to 86 000 visitors and 230 000...

defenceWeb launches new drone portal

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Africa's leading aerospace and defence news publication is excited to be launching its new drone (unmanned aerial vehicle) portal, focusing exclusively on military and...

defenceWeb launches new drone portal

The unmanned aerial vehicle portal will focus exclusively on military and commercial unmanned aviation, regulations and technology. Africa's leading aerospace and defence news publication...

defenceWeb is an official AAD 2018 media partner

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defenceWeb is delighted to announce it is one of the official media partners for the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2018 exhibition, to be...

defenceWeb is an official AAD 2018 media partner

The Africa Aerospace and Defence 2018 exhibition will be hosted by the Commercial Aircraft Association of Southern Africa.defenceWeb is delighted to announce it is...

defenceWeb is an official AAD 2018 media partner

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The Africa Aerospace and Defence 2018 exhibition will be hosted by the Commercial Aircraft Association of Southern Africa. defenceWeb is delighted to announce...

2017 in review: the year’s top stories

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As 2017 has come and gone, it is time to look back on the year and see what stories made the biggest...

defenceWeb closed for Christmas

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2017 has all but come to a close for defenceWeb as we shut down for the festive season after a long and...

defenceWeb closed for Christmas

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2017 has all but come to a close for defenceWeb as we shut down for the festive season after a long and...

2017 confirms defenceWeb as South Africa’s leading defence news source

defenceWeb remains the largest, most credible and widely read defence and security news website in Africa, with three-and-a-half thousand stories published in 2017.defenceWeb remains...

2017 confirms defenceWeb as South Africa’s leading defence news source

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defenceWeb remains the largest, most credible and widely read defence and security news website in Africa, with three-and-a-half thousand stories published in 2017. These were...

2017 confirms defenceWeb as South Africa’s leading defence news source

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defenceWeb remains the largest, most credible and widely read defence and security news website in Africa, with three-and-a-half thousand stories published in...

defenceWeb launches News By Country feature

The News By Country feature lists news stories according to which one of the 54 African countries they cover.defenceWeb is now even easier to...

defenceWeb launches News By Country feature

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defenceWeb is now even easier to use with the launch of its News By Country feature, listing news stories according to which of the...

Suicide bomber kills six in assault on Iraqi police station

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A suicide bomber ploughed an oil tanker packed with explosives into an Iraqi police station in a village north of Baquba on...

Political protesters seek halt to Libyan gas exports to Italy

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Libyan demonstrators encamped at a gas terminal in the west of the country are demanding a halt to gas exports to Italy,...

ISS: Lampedusa and the plight of African boat migrants

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The African Union (AU) Summit on 21 October declared 3 November a day of mourning across the continent. The day was to...

Four killed in bomb blast as Ethiopia raises security alert

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Four people were killed when a bomb blast tore through a minibus in western Ethiopia late on Tuesday, at about the same...

Sudan plans cabinet reshuffle after fuel price protests

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Sudan's government will have a major cabinet reshuffle in the next two weeks, its first vice president said on Wednesday, a move...

Bombings in Damascus, southern Syrian city kill 16

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A car bomb killed at least eight security personnel in a rare attack on a military intelligence headquarters in the southern Syrian...

New Silk Road drug bazaar opens a month after FBI bust

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A new anonymous Internet marketplace for illegal drugs debuted on Wednesday, with the same name and appearance as the Silk Road website...

Ugandan source says Congo rebel commander held in Uganda

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Uganda is holding the military commander of Congo's defeated M23 rebel movement after he surrendered, a Ugandan officer said on Thursday, allaying...

Al Qaeda claim for French journalist killings plausible

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Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb's (AQIM) claim of responsibility for the killing of two French journalists in northern Mali last week...

Congo’s FDLR rebels now in peacekeepers’ sights: U.N. Security Council

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After the success of the Congolese army and U.N. peacekeepers in defeating M23 rebels, the U.N. Security Council agreed on Wednesday that...

U.S. may consider easing sanctions on Rwanda

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The United States would consider resuming military aid to Rwanda if it found Rwandan support for the M23 Congolese rebel group believed...

Nigerian president seeks state of emergency extension

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Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan asked the national assembly on Wednesday to extend by six months a state of emergency in three northeastern...

SANDF military police bought 174 vehicles last year

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The Military Police Division of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) bought 174 vehicles, including 36 motorcycles, in the 2012/2013 financial...

Mozambique Air Force to get two An-26 transports

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The Mozambique Air Force will soon receive two second hand Antonov An-26B transport aircraft, which are currently being refurbished in the Ukraine. The...

ISS: Renamo should take its battle to the polling stations

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Instead of engaging in armed banditry or guerrilla warfare that can be devastating for the entire country, Mozambique's opposition party Renamo should...

ISS: Al-Shabaab’s relative strength is the real threat

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As investigators and forensic scientists sift through the rubble of the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in search of answers to the...

Japan eyes government support for military aircraft exports

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Japan is considering providing low-interest loans from a state-run bank to support exports of aircraft designed for military use, the first time...

UAE begins trial of Egyptians, Emiratis over Brotherhood ties

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Thirty Emiratis and Egyptians went on trial on Tuesday accused of setting up an illegal branch of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood in the...

Tunisia president says hopeful despite suspension of government talks

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Tunisia's president said on Tuesday he was optimistic his country would stay on the path to democracy despite a suspension of talks...

Ethiopia on heightened alert for attacks by Somali militants

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Ethiopia has put its police and security forces on heightened alert after receiving strong evidence that Somalia's Islamist al Shabaab group is...

Militias fight gun battles in Libyan capital Tripoli

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Libyan militia fighters on the government payroll fought each other with rifles, grenades and anti-aircraft weapons on the streets of Tripoli on...

South African ex-union official gunned down on volatile platinum belt

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Attackers gunned down a former senior union official at platinum producer Lonmin, stoking political and industrial tensions on South Africa's volatile platinum...

Egypt court rejects Muslim Brotherhood appeal on ban

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood failed in an attempt on Wednesday to overturn a court ruling banning it, the state news agency said, another...

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