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Denel Aerostructures wraps up Gripen parts production

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Denel Aerostructures has concluded its contract with Saab on the production of components for the Gripen fighter, but is maintaining its relationship...

A400M receives initial type certificate from EASA

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Airbus Military has received the initial type certification for its A400M transport, marking a key milestone on the road to first delivery...

DSA shrinks footprint

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Loss-making Denel Saab Aerostructures (DSA) is consolidating its operations in a move that it says will improve efficiency and cut costs significantly...

Airbus Military again assures on SA A400M work – but just

Airbus Military officials have again sought to assure South Africa about the security of its A400M work packages. Programme head Cedric Gautier...

DSA loses some Airbus work

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Airbus Military has cancelled a Denel Saab Aerostructure (DSA) contract for the manufacture parts for the new A400M military transport and placed...

Denel Aviation appoints new CEO

Denel Aviation Board has appointed Mike Kgobe as the company's new CE with effect from March 1. He replace Ismail Dockrat who...

Ismail Dockrat new DSA CE

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Ismail Dockrat is the new CE of aerostructures manufacturing company Denel Saab Aerospace. He will assume leadership of the business with effect...

Denel expects another bath

State arsenal Denel is expecting another loss for the financial year to 31 March 2010. Figures released at a Committee on Public...

SA should rescue US$ 45 million AgustaWestland deal: DA

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The Democratic Alliance (DA) says government, state arms acquisition agency Armscor and the Denel arsenal must act to save a bungled "US$...

Theo Kleynhans acting DSA CE

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A special meeting of the board of Denel Saab Aerostructures (DSA) on Friday has appointed Theo Kleynhans as the new acting CE...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...