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Sea Phase of international naval exercise commences

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The inaugural multinational maritime exercise Mosi, hosted by South Africa with participation from Russia and China, has commenced its sea phase. The alongside phase commenced...

SA Navy highlights achievements, upcoming events during portfolio visit

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The South Africa Navy has highlighted recent achievements and upcoming events, including a naval exercise with Russia and China, during an oversight visit by...

Navy names Naval Base HQ Building after retired Naval Chief

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The South African Navy (SAN) has named its newly refurbished Flag Officer Commanding Headquarters building in the East Dockyard of Naval Base Simon’s Town...

SA Navy celebrates democracy with fleet review

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2019 marks 25 years since South Africans went to the polls in the country’s first democratic elections and the South African Navy (SA Navy)...

Defence budget sinks Navy

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Chief of the South African Navy (SAN), Vice Admiral Mosiwa Hlongwane, has told Parliament that if the Navy does not get a budget that...

SA Navy falling behind other African states

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The South African Navy (SAN) is falling behind many other African countries when it comes to new naval acquisitions, with the Navy on a...

SA Navy pleads for financial assistance to protect SA’s blue water...

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The maintenance and support of the South African Navy’s (SAN’s) frigates and submarines is becoming increasingly challenged due to budget cuts and suffers from...

SA Navy hosts Sea Cadets

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The South African Navy (SAN) has hosted 19 Sea Cadets at a leadership camp for Sea Cadets from across the country. The Navy said the...

The South African Navy’s ‘darkest hour’ is not recognised and not...

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Here’s a question for many, in what action did the South African Navy (SAN) experience its greatest single loss of personnel, the largest sacrifice...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...