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Six SAAF assets tasked for Op Chariot in KZN

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The airborne element of the national defence force’s “call to arms” in response to widespread flooding in KwaZulu-Natal in April saw six SA Air...

KZN regional Works Unit integral to provincial recovery

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The building and construction skills in the ranks of the South African National Defence Force's Regional Works Unit, KwaZulu-Natal, was and is still being...

SANDF, SARS and DTIC provide flood relief in KwaZulu-Natal

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With soldiers on the ground helping KwaZulu-Natal recover from recent flooding, SA National Defence Force (SANDF) personnel nationwide dug deep into own pockets to...

Operation Chariot in full swing in KZN

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The three-star general heading the Joint Operations Division of the national defence force acknowledges the men and women deployed in flood-stricken KwaZulu-Natal are not...

Another Welisizwe bridge ready for use

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Last month’s devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal provided added impetus to the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure’s (DPWI’s) Welisizwe rural bridges programme, of which...

Soldiers and police putting their backs into KZN flood relief

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The Justice, Crime Prevention and Security (JCPS) Cabinet cluster is one of the myriad government agencies and departments currently “all hands on deck” in...

Sappers’ bridge building expertise harnessed in KwaZulu-Natal

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The Engineer Formation of the SA Army will, via an agreement with the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI), erect 18 bridges in...

Soldiers, sappers, military medics and airmen activated for KZN flood relief...

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Widespread rain and subsequent disastrous floods in KwaZulu-Natal has seen the military “activated” to assist in cleaning and mopping up as well as provide...

Provincial legislature member maintains KZN rhino poaching out of hand

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Reports of more than 70 rhino killed, presumably for their horns, in KwaZulu-Natal in the first three months of this year has seen a...

KZN Premier condemns economic sabotage

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KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has condemned what he has termed "an economic sabotage" after police seized over R1 billion worth of fake goods during...

Manhunt for police killers underway

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Police in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal have mobilised the 72-hour Activation Plan following the attack on six police officers in separate incidents within 48 hours. The...

R5.8 billion insurance claims paid to July unrest hit businesses

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The South African Special Risk Insurance Association (Sasria) has to date paid out R5.8 billion in claims to businesses that suffered damages during the...

Zikalala orders police to hunt down killers of three Inanda women

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KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has called on the police to hunt down the suspects linked to the murder of three women in Inanda on...

Feature: July unrest highlighted deeply rooted problems within the SAPS

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The July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng marked the bloodiest days in democratic South Africa’s history, with 337 dead, billions of Rands lost, factories...

Civil unrest adversely affects agricultural sector

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In the wake of last month’s violent civil unrest, which claimed more than 300 lives and saw billions of Rands worth of damage to...

Cabinet on calm in Gauteng, KZN

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The South African Cabinet commended law enforcement agencies for restoring calm to KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng following civil unrest last month. At Wednesday's meeting, Cabinet commended...

Op Prosper civil unrest deployment actions detailed

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By the third week of July, soldiers from both full-time and Reserves from at least 12 units and regiments found themselves protecting police and...

KZN declares provincial state of disaster

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KwaZulu-Natal has declared a provincial state of disaster, the provincial government announced. The move is due to the magnitude of the damage caused by the...

Phoenix murders remain top of mind, says President

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his condolences to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives in Phoenix, north of Durban,...

R36 billion relief set aside for unrest hit businesses

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Government has set aside R36 billion financial assistance and incentive relief to businesses hardest hit by the recent riots in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal with...

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