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Car crash claims three SAS Amatola sailors

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Three crewmembers of the South African Navy frigate SAS Amatola have died in what is described as a horror car crash along...

SANDF to deal with skills shortage

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The Department of Defence and Military Veterans is looking at innovative ways to deal with a critical skills shortage in some...

Solidarity slams SAPS over affirmative action appeal

Trade union Solidarity has slammed a decision by the police to ask for leave to appeal against the Labour Court's affirmative action...

SAPU calls for suspensions policy review

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The South African Policing Union (SAPU) is calling on the Department of Public Service and Administration to review as a matter of...

Denel confirms whites not part of targetted skills programmes

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The Denel Group has confirmed a training opportunity for 41 artisans are not open to whites – this after the trade union...

Solidarity wins police affirmative action case

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The Labour Court in Johannesburg today ruled in favour of the trade union Solidarity in what itb says is a watershed case...

Denel’s 4% increase not keeping up with cost of living

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The trade union Solidarity has shot down Denel's reaction to the trade union's warning that the group's 6000 employees will not accept...

Solidarity baulks at 4% Denel increase

Solidarity, the trade union, says it is unacceptable that Denel only plans a 4% salary increase for staff this year. The state...

Motumi to be confirmed SecDef?

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President Jacob Zuma will soon appoint a permanent secretary for defence (SecDef). And its likely to be the acting incumbent, Tsepe Motumi....

New Navy recruits start training swimmingly

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While some have joined the navy with the dream of becoming professional divers, others have set their sights on joining the military...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...