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Nearly R1 billion worth of defence exports in third quarter of...

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The South African defence industry exported R900 million worth of military equipment, including dual-use items, in the third quarter of 2023, up slightly from...

No South African arms exports to Israel – NCACC

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The National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has, in the wake of the Gaza conflict, reiterated that South Africa does not supply weaponry to...

Eight years on, still no new NCACC IT system

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For the past eight years, South Africa’s National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has been attempting to switch from a paper-based to a digital...

SA arms exports to Poland on hold, not denied – NCACC

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South Africa’s National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has not blocked arms exports to Poland, but placed them on hold – however, it is...

SA arms exports up in first half of 2023

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If current trends continue, South Africa is set to export far more military hardware and munitions this year than last, as exports in the...

Ammunition and electronic systems dominate SA’s 2022 defence exports

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Ammunition and electronic systems accounted for the majority of South African defence exports last year, according to the latest National Conventional Arms Control Committee...

SA defence exports up in 2022

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2022 was a better year for the South African defence industry compared to 2021, with R1 billion more in products being exported to countries...

Fool’s Errand: Input on the South African conventional arms control system

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This opinion piece may be a fool’s errand, because it focuses on the small group which wants to see a viable South African defence...

Billions of rands worth of SA defence exports on hold

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Defence exports worth R2.85 billion are currently on hold to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and Poland, the National Conventional Arms Control...

Treasury funding not the only mountain SA defence industry has to...

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It is common knowledge the South African defence industry is, to use a nautical term, in the doldrums, with a lack of government funding...

SA arms and ammunition worth R1.4 billion plus exported in first...

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A Parliamentary oversight committee heard the South African defence industry (SADI) exported military hardware and munitions to 70 plus countries with a monetary value...

NCACC chair must not have “line function interest” in arms trade

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Ten Cabinet ministers and deputies make up the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), Government’s regulatory body for the sale and import of arms,...

SA exported R3.3 billion worth of military hardware in 2021

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The South African defence industry exported R3.3 billion worth of weapons, ammunition and military equipment to 67 countries around the world last year, according...

Defence industry lekgotla will address challenges

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A defence industry lekgotla next month will bring together the Department of Defence, industry representatives, policy-makers and academics to try and address some of...

R5 billion in defence exports to the Middle East are unlocked

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The National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has approved multiple defence transactions with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), unlocking billions of...

Unions want Presidential action on NCACC

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Organised labour in the form of six trade unions is appealing for presidential intervention to shake the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) out...

Call for “senior government authorities” to help with defence exports

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A R3.5 billion backlog of South African defence industry exports to particularly the Gulf region should receive attention from “senior government authorities” in the...

Industry working to address NCACC challenges

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The South African defence industry is working to address challenges in exporting defence equipment with the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), including R3.7...

Backlog of NCACC approvals for two Gulf States

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The South African defence industry is deeply dependent on exports to the Gulf Region but exports to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates...

Time the NCACC is treated as the “crucial entity” it should...

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The National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) is seen by at least one respected military analyst and observer as “a crucial entity whose decisions...

SA defence industry exported to 100 plus countries in 2020

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The 2020 annual report of Government’s National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) – the latest available – shows 628 contracts valued at R3 111...

NCACC challenged by poor reporting, outdated IT systems

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Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Defence (JSCD) has raised a number of concerns over the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), including outdated IT...

AMD mourns the passing of Minister Jackson Mthembu

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The South African Aerospace Maritime Defence Industry Association (AMD) has said the passing of Minister Jackson Mthembu is a great loss not only to...

Opinion: Arms exports framework needs urgent reform to support local industry

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The trade of armaments is a heavily regulated matter both at national and multi-lateral levels. This is understandable given the risks associated with potential...

NCACC to investigate SA defence equipment in Libya

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Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Defence (JSDC) has asked questions about military hardware exported to Turkey “that might” have found its way to strife-torn...

SA authorised R500 million in arms exports for first quarter of...

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The SA National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) approved 137 export permits valued at over R500 million in the first quarter of 2020 and...

South Africa amends arms export document after inspection row

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South Africa has made a subtle change to arms export rules that could unlock more than a billion dollars of weapons sales to countries...

RDM feeling pressure from NCACC decision on export permits

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Rheinmetall Denel Munition (RDM) along with the entire the South African defence industry is feeling the pressure from the National Conventional Arms Control Committee...

Defence industry job losses will continue if South Africa cannot export

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The South African defence industry will continue to lose jobs as well as revenue, fiscal contributions and technological prowess if it is not able...

South Africa seeks to unlock stalled arms sales to Saudi, UAE

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South Africa aims to free up R15 billion in stalled weapons sales, including to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, by amending a document...

NCACC regulations ‘could destroy the industry’

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The halt of export approvals to South Africa’s biggest military clients Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) could destroy the South African...

South Africa blocks arms sales to Saudi and UAE in inspection...

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South Africa is blocking arms sales to countries including Saudi Arabia and the UAE in an inspections dispute, endangering billions of Rands worth of...

SA’s defence industry exports top R4 billion in 2018

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South Africa’s National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), in its annual report for the 2018 calendar year, records the local defence industry as exporting...

Bloodhound car needs to get through South African customs before breaking...

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The Bloodhound supersonic car will be arriving in South Africa in October this year where it will be driven by Andy Green in the...

NCACC awaiting new chairperson

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The National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC), tasked with controlling South Africa’s trade in conventional arms, has at the moment ceased to exist as...

Document: NCACC 2017 annual report

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The South African National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has released its annual report for the 2017 calendar year. Click here to...

South Africa imported R250 million worth of military equipment in 2017

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South Africa imported a quarter of a billion rands' worth of military equipment in 2017, according to unverified figures from the National...

Vehicles, ammunition were bulk of 2017 SA arms exports

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The South African defence industry exported R1.5 billion worth of armoured vehicles in 2017 and billions of rands worth of additional hardware,...

South Africa exported R4.5 billion worth of weaponry in 2017

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The South African defence industry exported R4.5 billion worth of military equipment in 2017, up from R4.2 billion in 2016, according to...

South Africa imported conventional arms worth over R670 million in 2016

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In the 2016 calendar year South Africa imported arms, armaments and associated equipment valued at R673 million according to the National Conventional...

New Milkor shareholder application pending at NCACC

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The answer to a parliamentary question reveals a new application was lodged by South African defence industry company Milkor to include two...

More details emerge on 2015 SA defence exports

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More details have emerged on South Africa's defence exports for 2015, which were worth R2.7 billion. The Department of International Relations and Cooperation...

Missiles, vehicles, countermeasures amongst items exported by SA in 2016

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The South African defence industry exported R468 million worth of defence equipment to 66 countries in the third quarter of 2016, including...

SA defence exports, imports declined in third quarter of 2016

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The National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) has released its statistics for the third quarter of 2016, which show exports (R468 million)...

AAD exhibitors have to comply with South African arms and weapons...

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The organisers of this year's Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition have obtained the necessary approval from the National Conventional Arms Control...

AAD has got the NCACC nod

All the right boxes have been ticked and there's no danger of this year's Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition being called...

NCACC first quarterly report for 2015

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The first quarterly report by the National Conventional Arms Control Committee (NCACC) for South African defence exports and imports for 2015 can...

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