1. INSIDE OUT. 2021: TRAINING PROGRAMME TO ENSURE SKILLS TRANSFER.
The Defence Disposal Solutions (DDS), a division of Armscor, conducted a Phase 3 training programme from 2 – 5 August 2021
at the Gerotek Testing Facilities. This training was attended by 20 employees. The training is part of the skills transfer
programme aimed at, Read more…
2. INSIDE OUT. 2021: ARMSCOR BIDS FAREWELL TO OUTBOUND DEFENCE ATTACHES.
It was an exciting moment when Armscor hosted outbound Defence Attachés at its headquarters on 27 May 2021. The purpose of this gathering was to not only bid farewell but to also strategically engage. Read more…
3. INSIDE OUT. 2021: NEW COLLABORATION TO HELP DISPOSE INTERNATIONAL EQUIPMENT.
Armscor has entered into a partnership
with the Defence Equipment Sales
Authority (DESA) of the UK Ministry of Defence.
This partnership will allow Armscor to
market and sell DESA’s surplus stock across
the African continent. Read more…
4. INSIDE OUT. 2020: ARMSCOR SEEKS TO
PARTNER WITH INDUSTRY PLAYERS.
The management of Armscor led by
the Acting Chairperson of the Board, Mr
Stanley Motimele hosted delegates from Streit Group at
its headquarters in Erasmuskloof on 11 November 2020.
The purpose of this visit was to discuss areas of possible
collaboration between the two entities. Read more…
5. INSIDE OUT. 2020: ARMSCOR LAUNCHES ROBOTICS PROGRAMME.
It is never too early to prepare the youth for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this is the challenge many countries are grappling with as they future-proof the next generation for digital disruption.
Armscor in partnership with the Maths & Science Leadership Academy (MSLA) launched a robotics programme on 26 September 2019. This programme will benefit learners from 20 high schools in the Kimberley district. Read more…
6. INSIDE OUT. 2019: THE YEAR OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES.
The start of the financial year ushers an opportunity
to restate our priorities through the Corporate
Plan and set new targets for the organisation to
accomplish. This plan assists in giving the organisation
direction and motivates employees to work hard and
improve their targets.. Read more…
7. INSIDE OUT. 2019: THE YEAR OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES.
Armed Forces Day (AFD) is the biggest annual event in the South African Defence Industry calendar celebrated every year on the 21 February. This event takes place in a different province as it is the industry’s commitment and mandate to bring the military to the people. Armscor remains committed towards achieving the broader objective of exposing local youth to the many careers and opportunities available in the defence industry during the Career Fan Park that takes place during the week of the AFD. Read more…
8. ARMSCOR RECEIVES UNQUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION.
Armscor, the Acquisition Agency for the Department of Defence, received an unqualified audit opinion from the Auditor-General of South Africa for the financial year ended 31 March 2018. This was revealed when the organisation presented its 2017/18 annual report to the Portfolio Committee on Defence and Military Veterans in Parliament on 10 October 2018. Armscor attributes these results to sound financial management and adherence to the principle of good governance.
Strategy. Read more…
9. INSIDE OUT. 2018 : THE YEAR OF CHANGE, RENEWAL AND HOPE.
2018 is the year Armscor celebrates its 50th Golden Jubilee since the company was registered in 1968.
However, the evolution of the organisation goes further back than that. 2018 is a time to look back
at the past, appreciating the challenges we have faced and to look forward to a future that will be
more sustainable as we implement the Turnaround
Strategy. Read more…
10. INSIDE OUT. 2017 : IT’S THE YEAR OF ACTION.
2017 has been an eventful year in South Africa as well
as at Armscor, where we have seen changes brought
about by the Turnaround Strategy. The future direction of
Armscor is becoming clearer. With the Implementation
Phase upon us, all our energies are now focused on
delivery of the strategic objectives. Read more…