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Arrest of military pilot sparks protests in Djibouti – lawyer, social...

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The tiny Horn of Africa nation Djibouti has witnessed days of anti-government protests after a detained air force pilot said in a video clip...

SA pilots and aircraft continue to dominate DRC airspace

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The United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Monusco) is currently the biggest UN peacekeeping mission with approximately 18...

Exclusive: Cuba now teaching flying and air traffic control to SA...

Cuban/South African military co-operation has ratcheted up another notch since the start of this month with 24 SA Air Force (SAAF) members...

Transformation needed in aviation – Gigaba

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The inclusion of previously disadvantaged individuals into the aviation industry is a critical imperative for transformation, according to Public Enterprises Minister Malusi...

State-owned airlines launch collaborative effort to train more pilots of colour

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Just over two weeks after SAA announced its newest intake of pupil pilots would all be from previously disadvantaged population groups the...

Proud pilots receive their Wings

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Twenty young men and women of the South African Air Force have been awarded their coveted Wings at a parade at AFB...

UK display pilot dies in ejection from plane on ground

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A pilot in the British Royal Air Force's Red Arrows aerobatic display team died after being ejected from his jet while the...

SAAF evaluating equity changes to ejection seats

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The South African Air Force says it will cost about R125 million to modify the ejection seats fitted to its fleet of...

Eastern Cape Transport produces its first female pilot

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While the nation celebrates Women's Month, the Eastern Cape Department of Transport bursary scheme produced its first female pilot Oyama Matomela, who...

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SA’s top soldier right on decline upon a decline in the SANDF

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South Africa’s senior soldier – SA National Defence Force (SANDF) Chief – General Rudzani Maphwanya has it spot on in that the decline upon...