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SA National Defence Force commemorates its fallen heroines

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  • Winners of the drill competition 2016, from the School of Artillery during the Youth Day Celebrations at 3 SAI BN in Kimberley

    The JSCSP is a 44-week residential programme aimed at preparing selected officers for senior appointments at the operational level of war by developing their command, staff and analytical skills through broadening their professional understanding of joint and multinational...

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  • Fallen youth of 1976 Soweto Uprisings commemorated

    The Department of Defence (DOD) Chief Directorate Transformation Management, headed by Maj Gen Olga Nodola, recently observed the 2016 commemoration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) at the Pretoria Military Sport Club in Thaba Tshwane ...

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  • Gauteng provincial youth career expo

    The Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Councillor Herman Mashaba was the main functionary at the event. Reverend Gift Moerane led the inter-faith religious service, followed by a solemn wreath-laying service. The Chief of Logistics, Lt Gen Morris Moadira ...

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Defence people!

I will pass this way but once please allow me to do the good that I can for never shall I pass this again.
This is era that has been marked with interesting events. Where shall I start: maybe 1994 sounds reasonable. Tight belt we came with vigour still eager to continue with what we started in 1976. Shall we go down the memory line? I know some will go further than others but for me this is neither the platform nor time to do so. Therefore I choose to start here that is the recent past 20 years.


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