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Navy looks backwards for future acquisitions

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With the SA Navy facing budget and other challenges, it is looking back at past acquisition strategies to see what lessons can...

Navy, Defence acknowledges it is in danger of sinking

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The operational future of the South African Navy (SA Navy) is in question as it struggles against an internal enemy: how to...

Navy needs more money (and feet) to keep head above water

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Trying to do the best they can with the little they have. This was the general theme of the Chief of the...

The Navy’s simulation centre is now operational

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The SA Navy is the proud owner/operator of a state-of-the-art simulation centre. It was officially taken into service at SAS Simonsberg, the...

Refurbishment of facilities continues at Naval Station Durban

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Work continues to ensure the smooth transition of Naval Station Durban to Naval Base Durban, the future home of the SA Navy's...

AFB Waterkloof hosts first Mandela medal parade

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The first of a series of medal parades to honour military and civilian personnel involved in the care of and funeral arrangements...

Movement on the IPV front

Soon after taking over as SA Navy Chief, Vice Admiral Mosuwa Hlongwane told defenceWeb the capital acquisition programme of the maritime service...

Navy can look forward to new equipment in 2016

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Top management at the SA Navy will breathe a sigh of relief when reading the words of Dr Sam Gulube, the Secretary...

South African shipbuilding now a strategic industry

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The status of South Africa's currently modest shipbuilding industry is set to change with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) this...

Reserves are important for the Navy

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In common with the other arms of service in the SA National Defence Force (SANDF), the Navy constantly battles to maximise minimal...

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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...