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Africa Watch South Africa avoids deadly Nigerian terror trap
 South Africans can thank their lucky stars that media reports about potential military involvement in Nigeria turned out to have been nothing but rumours. The report last
10 Mar 2016 - G. C.
Let's Think Is government preparing for civil war?
Has South Africa already entered the early stages of a civil war or is it in a de facto state of emergency? This is a legitimate question to pose in the light of a recent
17 Jul 2015 - P. C.
Kenyan terror’s message to South Africa Dangerous Implications for multi-national peace missions
The danger of South Africa eventually being sucked into  the increasingly multinational terror campaign that so dramatically manifested itself at the Westgate Mall in
30 Sep 2013 - P. C.
UN leads SANDF to action in DRC SA troops will make up defence against M23 rebels
Hard on the heels of a traumatic experience in the Central African Republic and amid concerns about the impact of meagre budget allocation, the SANDF is about to face its biggest challenge yet in the DRC.
28 May 2013 - G. C.
South African military budget Restraints see military muscle fall short of diplomatic ambitions
Another blow to South Africa’s ability to backup its growing profile as a major power on the African continent with matching military muscle
19 Apr 2013 - P. C.
Understanding CAR involvement A case of bunkum rather than clear-cut arguments
It is, even now, not quite clear if all members of the South African National defence force (SANDF) have left the Central African Republic (CAR) after the embarrassing outcome of the military mission
16 Apr 2013 - P. C.
South African involvement in the Central African Republic Negative fallout a serious domestic matter
On the international diplomatic and media fronts, South Africa’s military involvement in the Central African Republic has not met with questioning or negative reactions.
09 Apr 2013 - P. C.
The US in Africa Africom commander upbeat while Africa remains sceptical
In recent testimony to the United States’ House Armed Services Committee, the soon-to-be-replaced commanding officer, General Carter Ham, was upbeat about the accomplishments and the future of the US Africa Com
02 Apr 2013 - G. C.
Central African Republic tragedy Real lesson gets lost as truth dies with SA soldiers in CAR
During political campaigning, as in war, truth is often the first victim. This has again been tragically and dangerously illustrated by the reaction from most quarters to the sad news of the death of 13 SA
02 Apr 2013 - P. C.

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