It’s time to salute our soldiers in Cape Town this week. But Armed Forces Day also means there will be many road closures on Wednesday and Thursday.
It’s an excuse that very few people are buying. But the police force and the army say they are not at fault for the death of 12 civilians in the Zimbabwe protests.
The British Army are recruiting. But they need help from overseas, and they’re turning to their Commonwealth partners to help out.
Budget cuts pertaining to the Department of Defence have left Denel in a sticky position.
Colonel Brad Geyser of the South African Defence Force bought the watch at a flea market in Cape Town in order to return it to its rightful owners in the UK.
It looks as if we came close to a constitutional crisis back in February.
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Ex-Eskom chief left under a Gupta-shaped cloud. But he has marched into a new, very well paid role with the military despite having no experience.
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The Conversation takes an expert look at why using the army to fight crime in SA would be unwise. Would you agree with that deduction?
Make no mistake, Zuma is on the back foot.
South African citizens wanting to join the British Army will be delighted to hear that the British Army has a selection of Army roles for which Commonwealth Citizens do not need to meet the five-year residency requirement.
It is many’s dream to join the prestigious British Army. In fact Commonwealth soldiers serving in the British armed forces have a long and proud history. Due to changes in legislation it has however become increasingly difficult for Commonwealth citizens to join the armed forces at present.
His work in explosives and Improvised Explosive Devices puts Brad in the frontline of counterterrorism and counterinsurgency efforts in Afghanistan. Here he discusses his rigorous training, support for the troops and the impending withdrawal of British troops from Germany
Section Commander and Physical Training Instructor in 1 Rifles