African Defence Review’s THOMAS HOLDER went out on patrol with members of the SANDF through the streets of Johannesburg.
Putting troops in the streets of Cape Town would be a dangerous, reckless last resort. DARREN OLIVIER and JOHN STUPART navigate the slippery slope.
Darfur tribal leaders fear the recent government-led disarmament exercise in the region may lead to further conflict rather than peace. While the local representatives support the idea of disarmament, they believe the implementation procedures and armed group assigned to conduct the task may incur further regional strife.
A South African Air Force (SAAF) C-130BZ Hercules transport aircraft recently photographed at the remote South Atlantic island of Saint Helena was en route to Cuba, carrying the personal belongings of Cuban military technicians who were returning home after working in South Africa as part of Project Thusano. Written by Dean Wingrin and Darren Olivier.
A U.N. Group of Experts report points to the presence of Hamas military advisors in Libya, but raises more questions that it answers.
In the course of researching the al-Shabaab attack on Puntland Security Forces at Af Urur on 8 June 2017, a couple of interesting little details emerged.
All eight of the South African Air Force 35 Squadron’s C-47TP transport and maritime surveillance aircraft were grounded for much of 2016, leaving a severe gap in the country’s coverage of its oceans. The cause was the discovery of a corrosion problem in the alloy used for the aircraft’s control cables.
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RICHARD STUPART and CONWAY WADDINGTON discuss Sunday’s demonstration day. Footage by African Defence Review.
RICHARD STUPART and CONWAY WADDINGTON cover Eurosatory 2014’s pre-opening outdoor demonstration.
In this podcast John Stupart and Darren Olivier discuss the defence review and its implications.