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Project Koba-Tlala planned to become a production brigade

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The seed planted in 2017 which germinated into Project Koba-Tlala is now, under the mentorship of its founding father, ready to grow further into...

Sapper’s DRC vegetable garden an example of Koba-Tlala in action

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Project Koba-Tlala, originally an initiative to provide employment and add skills to part-time soldiers not on active duty, has spread its wings to the...

Another Koba-Tlala initiative up and running at Marievale

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The SA Army base at Marievale on Gauteng’s Far East Rand is another beneficiary of civilian expertise, this time in the form of agricultural...

Army projects in line with National Development Plan underway

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Project Koba-Tlala, originally an Army Reserves empowerment initiative in accordance with government’s National Development Plan (NDP), appears to have spread into regular landward force...

Project Koba-Tlala forging ahead

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The proposed home guard, utilising Reserve Force personnel as well as elements of the rural population to assist in, among others, protection of critical...

Koba-Tlala progressing with decentralised procurement

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The SA Army Reserve initiative to put at least some of the fresh produce supplied to military messes via Project Koba-Tlala moves ahead quietly,...

Organised agriculture buying into Project Koba-Tlala

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Project Koba-Tlala is spreading its wings, with organised agriculture now aboard as the SA Army Reserves initiative gains traction in efforts to supply military...

Army Reserve self-help project moves in on Marievale military base

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A Parliamentarian was told by the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans last month soldiers are “not harassing anyone” at Marievale military base when...

North West community farmer registering as DoD supplier

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Another recognition step for the Reserve Force’s Project Koba-Tlala comes from North West, the province where its pilot was launched. Tina Tseladimitloa, better known as...

Koba-Tlala making a difference in Mpumalanga

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The SA National Defence Force (SANDF) development programme Project Koba-Tlala continues to make steady progress in providing locally grown food to military bases, with...

Project Koba-Tlala goes hydroponic

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The SA National Defence Force (SANDF) development programme Project Koba-Tlala moved into a previously uncharted area of food production which, because it is based...

Project Koba-Tlala delivering skills training

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In its original guise the intent of Project Koba-Tlala was to provide fresh produce to military messes and work for Reserves not on active...

Vaal River tasking can profitably utilise reskilled Reserve Force members

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The Minister of Defence and Military Veterans called for "regular interaction" with communities affected by sewage and other pollution of the Vaal...

Agri-business a core component of Project Koba-Tlala

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Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula's ambitious initiative to involve local communities in among others the fresh produce supply chain to...

Defence Minister and Secretary for Defence commit to Project Koba-Tlala

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The two most senior civilians in the Department of Defence – Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula and secretary for defence Dr Sam Gulube –...

Project Koba-Tlala now has a presence in four provinces

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In its efforts to ensure the SA National Defence Force (SANDF), particularly its Reserve Force component, adds value to South African society...

Project Koba-Tlala sees part-time soldiers adding value to private sector security

One focal point of Project Koba-Tlala, the SA National Defence Force's (SANDF) contribution to government's National Development Plan, is the private security...

Project Koba-Tlala steadily ticking off objectives

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Ten objectives of the SA National Defence Force's (SANDF) ambitious contribution to government's National Development Plan via Project Koba-Tlala have been achieved...

Project Koba-Tlala – the SANDF’s commitment to rural development

The SA National Defence Force's (SANDF) contribution to government's nine-point development plan is currently restricted to the SA Army with other services...

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