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Livestock, drugs and vehicles recovered by soldiers on Op Corona duty

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South African soldiers on Operation Corona border protection duty have recorded more successes, recovering several stolen vehicles, drugs and livestock. Unusually for Operation Corona...

Border patrols net cigarettes, livestock and vehicles

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As always, the thin line of soldiers in camouflage continue to do their bit under trying circumstances, stopping stolen vehicles leaving South Africa and...

More vehicles recovered by SA soldiers on border protection duty

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South African soldiers on border patrol duty have this month recovered five vehicles in the Macadamia area. The vehicles were most likely heading for...

Cape Town truck attacks

Crowds attacked delivery trucks in Cape Town stoning, hijacking and ransacking vehicles to take food and other provisions during the coronavirus lockdown, city authorities...

Germany donates vehicles to Niger

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The German government has donated 53 vehicles to Niger's military as part of efforts to enhance the African nation's military capabilities. The 53...

Soldiers on Op Corona deployment recover six stolen vehicles

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Further proof of the valuable police work done by soldiers deployed on border protection comes from the Mpumalanga/Mozambique border where six stolen...

France donates military equipment to Cameroon

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France has donated 15 vehicles, weapons and equipment to Cameroon's Special Forces as part of assistance to combat Boko Haram militants. The vehicles,...

Zimbabwe getting new vehicles for its military

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Zimbabwe's military is set to receive some of the 633 new vehicles ordered from India under a $50 million deal financed by...

Springbuck IV variants by May 2013

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A further order of 8 vehicles is secured and production is in progress. The vehicles will be built at the new DCD...

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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...