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Ramaphosa signs hydrographic bill into law

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has signed into law legislation that will improve the safety of navigation in South Africa’s territorial waters, with the Hydrographic Act...

SAS to cut steel for Project Hotel vessel this week

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Durban-based Southern African Shipyards (SAS) will on Friday 30 November cut steel for the South African Navy's new hydrographic survey vessel, which...

Good results from Op Copper deployment

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The most recent Operation Copper deployment paid good dividends in tactical execution and also opened new doors for operational improvements. The multi-platform deployment...

Project Hotel still stalled in negotiations

Seven months ago Southern African Shipyards was named the preferred bidder to provide a new hydrographic platform for the SA Navy and...

“The Peoples’ Navy” is a big hit in Durban

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Last week's Port Festival in Durban proved a good platform for the SA Navy to once again fly the flag (or should...

Durban to host World Hydrography Day this month

The South African Navy will have three of its vessels in Durban as part of its World Hydrography Day celebrations, to be...

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...

Rotary-winged UAS demonstrated from SA Navy platform

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Last week saw Austrian company Schiebel successfully undertake trials with its Camcopter S-100 unmanned air system (UAS) using the SA Navy hydrographic...

Exercise Oxide capability demonstration

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Exercise Oxide, the combined French/South African maritime exercise, moved into top gear at the weekend with a capability demonstration in the Richards...

Exercise Oxide forces arrive in Richards Bay

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The South African Navy is holding an Inter-departmental and International Maritime exercise in Richards Bay under the auspices of Chief of Joint...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...