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Firing generals

Defence ministers everywhere – in fact all political leaders worldwide – can take a leaf from US Defence Secretary Robert Gates. He...

Investigation into parastatals coming soon: unions

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Trade unions say Denel, Armscor, Transnet, South African Airways and other parastatals will soon come under the spotlight at a summit that...

SAA, Denel “golden handshakes” cost R246.6 over 10 years

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Huge payouts to the failed departing CEOs of South Africa's aviation and defence parastatals have cost the South African public at least...

Armscor’s Thomo sacked

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State arms acquisition agency Armscor has dismissed Sipho Thomo, its former CE. Armscor chairman Popo Molefe said in a letter to Armscor employees...

Business as usual at DSA: Board, Sadik

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The Denel Saab Aerostructures (DSA) board says it is "business as usual" at the company despite the resignation of CE Lana Kinley...

Last batch of 2010 recruits off for training

The last group of recruits for the 2010 Military Skills Development System (MSDS) left Johannesburg yesterday to commence with basic military training...

Lana Kinley quits DSA

Denel Saab Aerostructures CE Lana Kinley has resigned from the embattled parastatal. Kinley confirmed the move to defenceWeb but referred all further...

Sisulu welcomes recruits into fold

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The Minister of Defence and Military veterans, Lindiwe Sisulu says the military programme awaiting the 4463-strong 2010 intake of the South African...

SANDF readies for intake 2010

Some 4400 new recruits will be joining the constituent services of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) this week, a...

SA Airlink planning to retrench 50 pilots: Solidarity

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The suspension of the airworthiness certificates of 14 SA Airlink airliners in December could possibly lead to the retrenchment of 50 pilots...

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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...