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Aircraft accidents – and deaths – on the decline in South...

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Data released this week by the SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) shows a 17% decline in aircraft accidents for the financial year...

South Africa’s UAVs – crime fighters and job creators

South Africa's unmanned aviation sector has only been legal since July but the value of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and RPAs (remotely...

ProWings is South Africa’s first SACAA approved RPA flight training school

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Gauteng-based ProWings Training is the first flying school in South Africa to be approved by the SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) as...

ProWings is South Africa’s first SACAA approved RPA flight training school

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Gauteng-based ProWings Training is the first flying school in South Africa to be approved by the SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) as...

South African remotely piloted aircraft regulations become operational on July 1

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Come July South African operators of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAs) have to be licenced or face fines of up to R50...

SACAA looking at local flight deck crew issues

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The SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has come out strongly against newspaper reports casting doubt on the mental health of South African...

South Africa on the podium at international UAV symposium

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South Africa is one of a number of countries currently presenting draft regulations on remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) at the International...

Draft SA UAV regulations with Transport Minister

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The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has beaten its own March 31 deadline and has already submitted draft regulations for remotely...

RPAS in, UAVs out – SACAA

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The SA Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has decided its quest to legalise unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in South Africa will see them...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...