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SA Defence Industry strategy publication on the way

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It’s been two years since the National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) was launched and its strategy for the South African defence industry going forward...

SA defence industry by the numbers

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The state the South African defence industry is in was illustrated this week by Zane Cleophas of the National Defence Industry Council...

South Africa’s defence industry must not be under the control of...

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According to a draft Defence Industry Strategy document, the primary purpose of South Africa's defence industry is to give the country a...

National Defence Industry Council sees “stabilise and sustain” as first order...

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The National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) formally set up last year following a 12 month delay, has produced a 200 plus page...

Progress on Defence Sector SMME charter

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Efforts to open South Africa's defence industry to small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMMEs) with the emphasis on previously disadvantaged groups have...

Getting down to implementing the Defence Review

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Implementation of the Defence Review, whether in part or completely, and its objectives is dependent on adequate funding of the Department of...

NDIC launch delay another indicator of DoD lack of intent or...

One wonders just how many of those present at last Thursday's launch of the National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) had a good...

National Defence Industry Council is a reality

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Secretary for Defence, Dr Sam Gulube, has been named as chairman of the newly formed SA National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) and...

National Defence Industry Council on the way

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The relationship between the South African defence industry, the Department of Defence (DoD) and the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) will be...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...