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Navy to deploy frigate to Europe for commemoration, exercises

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The South African Navy (SA Navy) frigate SAS Amatola (F145) will be deploying to the United Kingdom and Germany in the new...

Navy confirms electrical fire aboard SAS Amatola

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The SA Navy has broken its silence over the fire aboard SAS Amatola at the weekend and has confirmed it was due...

SA Navy not commenting on fire aboard SAS Amatola

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What has been said by local residents to be an impressive performance by SA Navy firefighters saw a fire aboard SAS Amatola...

Another three Chinese fishing trawlers escorted into a SA port

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A call for assistance to the SA Navy by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) to assist in monitoring and...

Six SA Navy vessels will be in Port Elizabeth for Armed...

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Armed Forces Day this year will be in Port Elizabeth, the first time the annual celebration of South Africa's military and its...

SAS Amatola to be back in service early next year

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The South African Navy's frigate SAS Amatola will be ready to deploy operationally in the first quarter of 2016 after being refitted...

Sea trials next for refurbished “Drakies”

An extensive refit and systems upgrade over an 18 month period to the SA Navy's fleet replenishment vessel SAS Drakensberg is complete...

SAS Amatola almost ready for the Navy

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In two weeks' time to the day, Naval Station Durban will welcome home SAS Amatola following an extensive mid-life refit at Southern...

SAS Amatola undocked ahead of schedule

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Last year South Africa's shipbuilding and ship repair industry was named as a strategic sector of economic activity and Durban-based Southern African...

SAS Amatola undergoing midlife refit

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The South African Navy frigate SAS Amatola has had both of her engines changed as part of a major mid-life refit that...

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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...