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SA soldiers died in CAR while generals dithered

While South African soldiers were fighting for their lives in the CAR last year, a different battle was going on back at defence headquarters.

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SA to send troops to join UN mission in DRC

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.

DA’s Maynier says government ‘lied’ about CAR

DA MP David Maynier claims the government "lied" about why South African soldiers were sent to the Central African Republic.

Presidency condemns M&G reporting on soldiers’ memorial

The presidency says it is "disturbed by the selective manner in which the M&G has reported on President Jacob Zuma's condolence message".

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