The cash-strapped armed forces are in a "critical state of decline" that will take at least a decade to fix, according to the SA Defence Review.
Four SANDF officials implicated in the Guptagate saga will appear in military court to have their fate revealed to them.
The SANDF has told Parliament that treasury does not support it enough financially and "tell us what to do and not to do".
Rumours that SA soldiers have been killed or seriously injured in DRC should not be taken seriously, says the South African National Defence Force.
Women should be encouraged to join the South African National Defence Force, says Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
Two women, a civilian and a medic, have received a special mention for bravery in the CAR from Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
A young army recruit is in danger of losing the use of an arm after he and 10 others were punished for going to a pub without permission.
Claims that South African soldiers in Sudan have not been getting their fortnightly allowance from the UN are unfounded, says SANDF.
South Africa will send troops to the DRC as part of a UN mission to neutralise armed groups in the conflict-torn east of the country.
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President Jacob Zuma's deployment of troops to CAR followed urgent requests to unlock equipment donation.
A fortnight after 13 South African soldiers died in the battle for Bangui, much remains unclear about what happened, and why.
South African army casualties in the Central African Republic two weeks ago may have been dramatically higher than the military has been telling us.
There has been no official confirmation that South African troops and equipment have been shipped to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.
The South African National Defence Union has announced it is suing the defence force for R1.5-million in damages for defamation.
Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula defended the deployment of troops to the CAR, saying they died in duty for their country.
The lure of arms deals and diamonds â€“ and possibly other mineral resources â€“ sucked the ANC into the Central African Republic.
The South African government is sending more soldiers to the Central African Republic, potentially exposing them to a looming civil war.
President Jacob Zuma says 13 South African National Defence Force members died during clashes with Seleka rebels in the Central African Republic.