South African Armed Forces
The South African Armed Forces serve to protect South Africa and her allies from enemy threats targeting both her homeland and allied territories.
The South African Armed Forces have a place for all citizens, regardless of one's age, strength or citizenship, however, non-citizens must be from a pro-South African country.
South African High Command is a group of military leaders within the South African Armed Forces who advise the government and discuss matters pertinent to the military and safety of the country. The group comprises of the Chief of Staff, Deputy Chief of Staff, Branch Commanding Officers, Branch Executive Officers and Company Commanding Officers of the top 3 ranking branches. The Minister of Defense also serves the command in an advisory position acting as a liaison between government and military.
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The Pretorian Guard was South Africa's primary defense force which ensures the safety of her land at times of war. They patrolled the borders for enemy activity, practise local training exercises and are ready to strike the battlefield when the nation is under threat. All soldiers received regular supplies and daily training kits to rank up and gain experience in organised training battles. The Pretorian Guard was home to many of South Africa's Congressmen, cabinet, former presidents and those citizens who are committed to a political career back home.
Last known leadership of the unit was:
Commanding Officer: Brig. Gen.
Executive Officer: Lt. Col.
The Parabats were South Africa's fearsome mobile branch which deploys globally assisting her friends, allies and home nation. These soldiers were a highly skilled special forces group and are on high alert to strike the battlefield at a moment's call. Last known leadership of the unit was:
Commanding Officer: Col. Miyagiyoda
The Training Division was the most junior ranking branch of the South African Armed Forces where soldiers were taught the basics of fighting, military structure, war mechanics and introduced to the social aspects of eRepublik.
The Assegai, like the Parabats, was a mobile branch consisting of South Africa's heavy hitting soldiers and tanks. They were an elite, rapid response branch who could be called to arms at any time during the day.
The Assegai was dissolved into the Parabats in 2010 due to low numbers.
|The South African Armed Forces|
Lieutenant Colonel (Lt. Col)
Brigadier General (Brig. Gen.)
Major General (Maj. Gen.)
The official military newspaper isin which the Chief of Staff will occasionally publish newsletters and recruitment articles. It is recommended that soldiers subscribe to this paper to keep up-to-date with happenings in the military.
The military has a separate sub-board on the South African National Forum at http://forums.erepubliksa.com. There is a public board under eSouth African Armed Forces -> General Discussion or http://forums.erepubliksa.com/esaaf/ which all citizens have access to and each branch also has its own area which soldiers get access to once enlisted.
In order to get access to your branch section, you will need to follow these steps.
Click on the Profile menu link.
Click on the Modify Profile -> Group Membership menu link.
Click on the Request Membership link next to the group you'd like to join.