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South Africa Goes Big At Middle East Defense Expo

AFRICANGLOBE - South African companies have a big presence at the Middle East’s largest defence show, IDEX, which opened on Sunday in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. There are about 30 South African companies at the show, with about 25 on the South African stand – Paramount, Milkor, Etion Create, and S-Plane have their own stands.

South Africa Emerging As A Player In The Global UAV Market

AFRICANGLOBE - South Africa is well on its way to entering exclusive defence industry terrain through Milkor. The company’s unmistakeable dominance at the Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) exhibition in 2018 has fuelled successful new research and development initiatives.

South African Govt Wants To Sell Africa’s Largest Weapons Manufacturer To...

AFRICANGLOBE - South African weapons manufacturer Denel has a problem as it fights to survive. Its potential saviour is Saudi Arabia, now drawing fierce criticism following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But after being mismanaged for years and tainted by a far-reaching influence-peddling scandal, state-owned Denel now needs the kind of help that the deep-pocketed Saudis can provide.

Denel, Africa’s Largest Weapons Manufacturer Signs Massive Contract

South Africa's Denel has signed a 340 million euro (R3.5 billion) contract with Malaysia to supply a range of turret and integrated weapon systems...

Airbus to Increase A400M Work Packages in South Africa

Airbus Military plans to increase the scale and complexity of A400M work packages in South Africa and is currently renegotiating the packages with Denel...

South African Govt to Recapitalize Aero Firm

The group CEO of Denel, Riaz Saloojee, has welcomed the budget announcement by South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, that R700m is being allocated...

South African Defence Contractor Denel Guns for R44 Billion in Contracts

Denel is on track to generating income, with confirmed contracts in its order book already exceeding R21 billion, and prospects to the value of R44 billion being currently pursued. Zwelakhe Ntshepe, Group Chief Executive of Business Development and Corporate Affairs, said their confirmed work includes the South African National Defence Force's contract, Project Hoefyster, for the delivery of a new-generation infantry combat vehicle.