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Feature: The South African naval shipbuilding industry

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South Africa's shipbuilding industry produces hundreds of vessels every year, with more than 90% being exported, and this includes naval vessels, from...

Paramount and Navantia sign naval MoU

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Spanish shipbuilder Navantia and defence and aerospace company Paramount Group on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly develop naval...

Paramount teaming with Navantia and Austal on Biro

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Paramount Naval Systems is teaming with shipbuilders Navantia and Austal on Project Biro for three inshore and three offshore patrol vessels for...

Nautic Africa to deliver first 35 m Multi-Purpose Vessel

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Cape Town-based shipbuilder Nautic Africa is about to deliver the first of its new 35 m crew and patrol vessels to a...

Pirate attacks in West Africa to double in 2014

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The number of pirate attacks in the Gulf of Guinea could double next year if governments do not act to protect off-shore assets, according...

Pirate attacks in West Africa could double next year

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Africa's west coast, particularly the Gulf of Guinea, has become the continent's hotspot for piracy with warnings the rate of attacks could...

Malawi Defence Force Marine Unit takes delivery of BR850 interceptors

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The Malawi Defence Force (MDF) Marine Unit has commissioned seven new Guardian BR850 interceptor boats from Nautic Africa, which are being deployed...

Paramount Naval Systems developing new patrol boat

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Paramount Naval Systems (previously Nautic Africa) has announced the development of a new 42 metre aluminium trimaran patrol vessel. The announcement was made...

Paramount Group acquires Nautic Africa

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Paramount Group, Africa's largest privately owned defence and aerospace company, has acquired a majority stake in Cape Town-based specialist ship building company...

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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...