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Denel again ordered to settle outstanding salaries

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In what is another financial blow to struggling Denel, the State-owned defence and technology conglomerate has to pay 42 non-unionised current and former employees...

Defence budget also to blame for poor serviceability of SANDF equipment...

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The real reason why some South African Air Force (SAAF) aircraft are grounded is the poor state of the defence budget, and not just...

Denel presentation to Parliamentary committee “untruthful”

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Ailing State-owned defence and technology conglomerate Denel was told “there’s no need to sugar coat or hide anything” by the acting chair of a...

Status quo at Denel cannot continue, UASA tells Parliamentary committee

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Representatives from trade union UASA this week delivered a presentation to members of Parliament’s Standing Committee on Appropriation at the South African National Defence...

Armscor CEO in favour of DPE “intervention measures” for Denel

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The current sorry state of Denel will change if Armscor chief executive Solomzi Mbada is to be believed. He devotes part of his “From the...

Exclusive: Restructuring a key component of bullish Denel’s turnaround strategy

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Restructuring for efficiency, establishing joint ventures, and selling shares are some of the key turnaround strategies Denel is implementing, and which it believes will...

Court wants to know exact amount owing to UASA Denel members

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Denel has until Tuesday 12 April to provide the Labour Court with the “exact” amount owing to employees who are members of UASA (United...

Union in Labour Court for claim on Denel money

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Trade Union UASA (United Association of SA) wants a share of what it expects to be a R1 billion pay-out to embattled Denel from...

Solidarity lays criminal charges against 21 alleged state capturers, including ex-Denel...

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Solidarity has laid charges of corruption, theft, fraud and mismanaging state funds against 21 alleged state capturers, including the former chairperson of Denel, Daniel...

Legal intervention sees Denel staffers paid

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South Africa’s legal system has yet again come to the rescue of Denel employees in dire financial straits because the State-owned enterprise (SOE) is...

UASA’s case against Denel postponed to September

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Denel has some breathing room in its battle with trade union UASA, after the Labour Court in Johannesburg ruled the company will remain under...

UASA labour case against Denel back in court

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Trade union UASA’s labour case against Denel is back in court today, 16 March, as the union continues to fight for the state-owned company...

Armscor tasked with IP commercialisation process

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As the custodian of Department of Defence intellectual property (IP), Armscor has been tasked with identifying and making accessible IP for commercialisation. The National Defence...

Further Denel asset attachments coming

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Six Denel divisions representing the spine of the conglomerate’s manufacturing capabilities will have assets attached in terms of a court order awarded to Solidarity...

Armscor trying to circumvent challenges at Denel

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Armscor is getting creative in dealing with the crisis at Denel by paying Denel’s suppliers directly, amongst other measures, as Denel battles to deliver...

Still no A-Darter missiles for the SAAF

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Denel Dynamics has been unable to deliver any production A-Darter air-to-air missiles to the South African Air Force (SAAF), forcing Armscor to contemplate contracting...

Some Denel Dynamics staff to get full February salaries

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Denel Dynamics has not been able to generate enough cash to pay all staff their February wages, but will be able to pay employees...

Denel confirms access to medical benefit trust funding

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Denel employees and pensioners need not fear benefits from a company medical trust are in jeopardy following a High Court ruling and a ministerial...

Another Denel salaries court case

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A group of current and former Denel employees plan to attach over R4 million apparently residing in a Denel company account as response to...

Denel PMP able to pay half of January salaries

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Denel Pretoria Metal Pressings (PMP) is able to pay half of outstanding salaries for January, and is hopeful of paying February wages. PMP CEO Phaladi...

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