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Soldiers employed, not deployed, on coronavirus duty

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As public noise around the use of the military to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control escalates, it is wise to heed the words...

Soldiers to continue fighting Cape Flats crime

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Soldiers will remain on the troubled Cape Flats for another six months assisting police in combating especially gang-related crime. The extension was announced on Monday,...

DR Congo deployment to cost just on a billion Rand

South Africa's fulfilment of "international obligations toward the United Nations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)" for the next 12 months...

Mapisa-Nqakula has ordered an investigation into military deployment at SONA

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Defence and Military Veterans Minister, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, this week told Parliament she has ordered an investigation into the deployment of soldiers before,...

South Sudan ready for new UN force deployment

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South Sudan's government said it is ready to accept the deployment of a UN regional protection force at any time, after fighting...

Exclusive: Rooivalk is going to DRC

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Three of the South African Air Force's Rooivalk combat support helicopters will be in the DRC before year-end to boost MONUSCO and...

Rooivalk looks set for DRC deployment

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Just on 30 years after development work started on a home-grown attack helicopter, South Africa's Rooivalk seems set for its first operational...

South Africa’s latest DRC deployment to cost more than R400 million

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South Africa's fulfilment of international obligations to the UN will see the country deploy 1 345 soldiers to the DRC at a...

Op Vimbezela cost more than R246 million over five years

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In addition to the more than R160 million spent on the ill-fated Central African Republic (CAR) deployment and support for it earlier...

No rapid deployment capability for African Standby Force

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There's still a way to go before the rapid deployment capability (RDC) of the African Union's African Standby Force (ASF) is operational,...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...