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Foreign warships arrive in Cape Town for inaugural naval exercise

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After six months of planning, warships from Russia and China arrived in Cape Town this past weekend for the inaugural Exercise Mosi, a multinational...

Russian and Chinese naval vessels heading for South Africa

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Russian and Chinese warships are en route to South Africa where they are due to take part in Exercise Mosi with the South African...

Deputy defence minister visits Naval Base Durban

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Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Thabang Makwetla, has visited Naval Base Durban (NBD), and was hosted by Southern African Shipyards, which brought...

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)...

SA Navy in danger of losing frigate and submarine capabilities due...

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The South African Navy over the coming years risks losing its frigate and submarine capabilities if the current state of funding continues. This is according...

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...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...