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Short pay again for Denel Land Systems

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Employees of Denel Land Systems (DLS), the company contracted to build a 240 plus fleet of new infantry fighting vehicles for the SA Army,...

Denel prioritising employment equity on Badger programme

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Denel has said it welcomes the report by Armscor on the Denel Land Systems (DLS) employment equity compliance status on the flagship...

New CEO for Denel Land Systems

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The Chief Executive Officer of Denel Land Systems (DLS), Stephan Burger, has resigned after a 36 year career at the state-owned defence...

Badger service entry on track for 2019

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Denel Land Systems (DLS) is on track to deliver the first 88 Badger Infantry Combat Vehicles to the South African Army by...

Denel’s Malaysian contract delayed

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Denel Land Systems' contract to deliver turrets for Malaysia's fleet of DefTech AV8 8x8 armoured fighting vehicles has been delayed by two...

SA Army to get T5s?

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The South African Army may receive six T5-52 wheeled self-propelled howitzers from Denel Land Systems (DLS). A defenceWeb source earlier this year said...

Badger development on track after delays – DLS

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Patria is manufacturing the first 16 Badger platforms for the South African Army in Finland before production is handed over to South...

Denel Land Systems aims to quadruple turnover within five years

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After recording a turnover of R1 billion last year, Denel Land Systems (DLS) has a vision to grow this to R5 billion...

Denel Land Systems delivers ambulances to SANDF

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Denel is in the process of delivering twenty truck-mounted ambulances to the South African Medical Health Service (SAMHS). Stephan Burger, the CEO of...

Badgers to get Sagem’s MATIS thermal imagers

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Denel Land Systems has awarded French company Sagem a contract to supply its MATIS thermal imagers on the Badger infantry fighting vehicle...

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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...