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Nov 12, 1999
The defence industrial participation programmes (Dip) accompanying South Africa’s R21-billion arms acquisition programme for the South African National Defence Force.
Oct 22, 1999
Denel will be a major beneficiary of the R21-billion defence acquisition package for the South African National Defence Force.
Aug 27, 1999
Based on its high-tech electronics capability in antenna manufacture, Hout Bay company OmniPless Antenna Systems has captured a significant share of world markets – up to 100% in one instance – for a range of satellite-based communications products.
Jul 30, 1999
A purpose-designed machine that can improve fatigue life and torque performance has been introduced by Vacu-Blast of the UK, an internationally-recognised company with more than 50 years experience in its field. Designed specifically for shot-peening automotive gears...
Jul 23, 1999
A BRITISH-built power station in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, is bringing much-needed electricity to the town of Samarinda and its surrounding area. The combined-cycle station, built under a package deal by the Rolls-Royce (RR) aerospace and industrial group for...
Jul 16, 1999
Up to 2 000 skilled jobs could be directly and indirectly created in the Eastern Cape by a planned aerospace and general engineering industrial park. This park would be established by British Aerospace (BAe) as part of its industrial participation programme (IP) in...
May 14, 1999
BOTSWANA could be considering a re-equipping programme for its Defence Force Air Arm that could be worth as much as US$100-million. Reliable sources tell Engineering News that Gaborone has made unofficial enquiries about the acquisition of at least six jet trainers...
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