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Kamffer looks set to depart Army Reserves director post

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The man who drove and successfully concluded the renaming of SA Army Reserve Force units and was also instrumental in adding value to this...

Project Koba-Tlala now has a presence in four provinces

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In its efforts to ensure the SA National Defence Force (SANDF), particularly its Reserve Force component, adds value to South African society...

Project Koba-Tlala sees part-time soldiers adding value to private sector security

One focal point of Project Koba-Tlala, the SA National Defence Force's (SANDF) contribution to government's National Development Plan, is the private security...

The SANDF and the National Development Plan

South Africa's soldiers have been tasked to assist not only with rural development but also to be meaningful contributors to the National...

Army Reserves contributing to rural development

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In January this year, 60 specially selected Military Skills Development System (MSDS) volunteers started the first phase of basic military training (BMT)...

Army Reserve Force unit name change process still ongoing

The name review process in the SA Army Reserves is still underway and expectations are it will be finalised by the end...

Post Office strike stopping mail to continentally deployed soldiers

The ongoing Post Office strike has impacted severely on the ability of 11 Field Postal Unit (FPU) to keep South African soldiers...

Name change process for Army Reserve units reaching finality

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The final briefing of SA Army Reserve Force units on the details of possible name changes was conducted in the Western Cape...

SANDF contributing to rural development

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The first tangible evidence of the SA National Defence Force's (SANDF's) move into rural development comes this month when 60 Military Skills...

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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...