It’s almost a year on since Russia invaded Ukraine, and the war is seemly to go on throughout 2023 as expectations are rising on both sides.
It’s been a year since Russia invaded Ukraine and the war is likely to drag on throughout 2023 and potentially beyond it.
South Africa was on Friday due to embark on a 10-day routine joint military exercise with Russia and China along its eastern coast.
German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht resigned on Monday after a series of gaffes cast doubt on her ability to revive the country’s long-neglected armed forces.
War weddings at Ukraine has taken part especially on weekends when Ukrainian couples got married wearing camouflage trousers and life goes on
“Congo and Uganda officers are already working every day under the Joint Operations Centre set up for intelligence exchange,”
More than 3 100 mainly African forces, led by a heavy Rwandan contingent, have deployed to northern Mozambique
Adriano Nuvunga, head of Mozambique’s Centre for Democracy and Development, warned of the “Iraqisation” of Cabo Delgado.
Police have reported 8 deaths, mostly councillor candidates, since campaigning for South Africa’s municipal elections started
Malawi deployed armed soldiers to escort fuel deliveries after a sit-in by truckers caused shortages at gas stations around the country.
Among the first members of parliament to be detained was an elected official convicted by a military court in 2018 of criticising the army.
Talk about fitness: A clip of a SANDF soldier struggling to get into a truck has gone viral in South Africa.
“The (Amhara) have been patient with the government’s approach so far, but even if the orders (to attack) don’t come, we won’t back down.”
From a basketball court to curtains costing R181 000 – the SANDF spared no expense for General Lawrence Mbatha
The viral video of a ‘tank delivery’ is nothing to be alarmed about, says a South African military expert.
There will be two perimeters around the coronavirus quarantine site in Limpopo for extra safety and security.
They have a point, to be honest: A clip of a SANDF soldier losing control of a Rooikat vehicle went viral on Tuesday – but army officials are seething.
There was a lucky escape for these soldiers during a SANDF military drill this week, after a runaway Rooikat caused havoc in a training exercise.
The murder rate in Western Cape has increased by 6,6%.
Denel’s CEO claims it is on the verge of signing a massive order that will help the the state-owned weapons producer out of its current financial hole.
Statistics showing the deployment of the army to the Cape Flats has done little to curb the high murder rate and SANCO wants Cele and Fritz held accountable.
Desperate times have called for desperate measures. SANDF soldiers have been drafted in to fight crime in the Cape Flats. But their mission has been postponed.
It turns out SANDF can somewhat hold their own in a competitive field. Data from Global Firepower shows just how strong SA’s army really is.