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The Past Week in Defence #55 (24 May – 30 May...

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In this week’s edition, the Southern African Development Community decides on another summit as it holds off on a military response to Mozambique’s insurgency...

Changes coming for Denel and other SOEs – Gordhan

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Denel is on the receiving end of yet another gloomy forecast at the same time as its shareholder representative, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan,...

SA court ruling could undermine Public Protector

South Africa’s top court ruled an anti-corruption official who accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of serious misconduct acted in bad faith when investigating an apartheid-era...

Unidentified lender ensures Denel salaries will be paid in full

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Hours after Denel employees heard they would be short paid for June, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan pulled a rabbit from the hat during...

SA Express grounding is “impact of corruption and malfeasance”

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The grounding of State-owned regional airline SA Express is, according to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, "a classic example of the impact...

Parliamentary Committee reacts positively to new Denel board

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Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises has added its voice to those congratulating Minister Pravin Gordhan on the appointment of a new...

No change in defence political leadership, Gordhan welcomed as Public Enterprises...

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Defence watchers are lukewarm about President Cyril Ramaphosa's first Cabinet reshuffle which brings no change to the political leadership in the Defence...

Defence budget up by three percent to R48.6 billion

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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's national budget for the 2017/18 financial year sees defence and public safety getting R198.7 billion to ensure South...

SA Army budget: same old, same old

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The South African Army's expenditure over the next few years will increase some 8.0 percent, the National Treasury says. That translates into...

J Ops budget up

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National Treasury documents show the budget of the Joint Operations Division is increasing at an average annual rate of 11.1% and is...

More money for Denel Aerostructures

Denel Aerostructures is to receive another bail-out from the National Treasury. Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan made the announcement this afternoon. "The...

Gordhan: 2012 Budget Speech

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Honourable speaker, It is my privilege to introduce the third budget of President Zuma's administration. Mister President, you have given us a...

The BIIIG day

Tomorrow is as far as this editor is concerned, the big day for defence. Yes, Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan will be giving...

Agenda 2012

Cabinet ministers and their senior officials will Tuesday hunker down at Bela Bela in Limpopo for their January lekgotla. The meeting –...

South Africa’s Gordhan sees constrained fiscal environment

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South Africa's government realises that it has to work in a more constrained fiscal environment for a few more years, Finance Minister...

South Africa growth outlook ‘too ambitious’ -Gordhan

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South Africa's projections of about 4 percent growth over the next three years are too ambitious in the current global turmoil, and...

BRICS to consider euro bonds plan – Gordhan

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A meeting of emerging economies today will consider a Brazilian proposal to buy European bonds to help crisis-hit euro zone countries, South...

SA govt announces more “buy local” moves

Procurement regulations encouraging the use by the government of domestic companies with broad-based black economic empowerment (BEE) credentials have been gazetted, Busines...

SAAF escaping bulk of Waterkloof expenses

The South African Air Force is escaping liability for the cost of the R1.1 billion upgrade of Waterkloof Air Force Base. A...

DI still after a “strategic information collection capability

South Africa's Defence Intelligence spending...

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