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South African Jewish Ex-Service League  (Jewish League)

South African Medical Health Service Veterans’ Association  (SAMHS VA)

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South African Military Veterans Organization of Australasia  (SAMVOA) 32 Battalion Veterans’ Association  (32BnVA) 61 Mechanised Veterans’ Association  (61VA) South African Defence Force Association  (SADFA)

 

Signals Association (Western Cape) (Sigs Assn WC)

 

The Silent Soldiers of South Africa Motor Cycle Club

St Dunstan’s Association for SA War Blinded Veterans  (St Dunstans)

South African Infantry Association  (SA Inf Assn)

Memorable Order of Tin Hats Womans Auxilery  

National Service Debrief

Your National Service ended forty, thirty or twenty years ago but its impact on you has not

Without choice you reported for service to a base far removed from your family home in terms of distance and culture. At seventeen or eighteen your childhood came to an abrupt end with the harsh reality of basic training. Discomfort and physical hardship became your lot. Compared to the lifestyle of the modern teenager, the differences are stark.  READ MORE

How to Register as a Military Veteran on the database for The Department of Military Veterans

How to apply for the benefits provided for in the Military Veterans Act, 2011 (No 18 of 2011)

We want to urge all the former members of the statutory forces who rendered military service from 1960 to 1994 in the South African Defence Force,  and from 1994 in the  South African National Defence Force to register their details on the National Database for Military Veterans which is held by the Department of Military Veterans Read more These benefits are available to all military veterans from both the statutory and non-statutory forces if they qualify in terms of the different means tests for each benefit, because the Military Veterans Act, 2011 (No 18 of 2011) stipulates clearly in the definition of “military veteran” that the military veterans from the statutory forces are included namely those...  Read more

How to register on the CMVO database

The role of the CMVO and it's Veterans in the different Regions

The CMVO want to compile a database for all the military veterans from the statutory forces, which must not be confused with the National Database for Military Veterans which is compiled by the Department of Military Veterans

For that we require all the military veterans from the Union Defence Force, South African Defence Force and South African National Defence Force to Read more

 In South Africa the lives of all military veterans are from 1 April 2012 guided by the Military Veterans Act, 2011(No 18 of 2011) and its regulations, which fact challenges us to  take a proper look at this piece of legislation so that we as military veterans from the statutory forces remain significant within this new world created for all military veterans in South Africa  Read more

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MVO website links

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Gallery

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Register Today

South African Legion of Military Veterans (Legion) Memorable Order of Tin Hats  (M.O.T.H.) Gunners’ Association of South Africa  (Gunners)   Sappers Foundation (Sappers) South African Air Force Association  (SAAFA) Naval Officers’ Association of Southern Africa (NOASA)

South African Jewish Ex-Service League  (Jewish League)

South African Medical Health Service Veterans’ Association  (SAMHS VA)

Curamus Association (Curamus)

)  

              

South African Military Veterans Organization of Australasia  (SAMVOA) 32 Battalion Veterans’ Association  (32BnVA) 61 Mechanised Veterans’ Association  (61VA) South African Defence Force Association  (SADFA)

 

Signals Association (Western Cape) (Sigs Assn WC)

 

The Silent Soldiers of South Africa Motor Cycle Club

St Dunstan’s Association for SA War Blinded Veterans  (St Dunstans)

South African Infantry Association  (SA Inf Assn)

Memorable Order of Tin Hats Womans Auxilery  

National Service Debrief

Your National Service ended forty, thirty or twenty years ago but its impact on you has not

Without choice you reported for service to a base far removed from your family home in terms of distance and culture. At seventeen or eighteen your childhood came to an abrupt end with the harsh reality of basic training. Discomfort and physical hardship became your lot. Compared to the lifestyle of the modern teenager, the differences are stark.  READ MORE

How to Register as a Military Veteran on the database for The Department of Military Veterans

How to apply for the benefits provided for in the Military Veterans Act, 2011 (No 18 of 2011)

We want to urge all the former members of the statutory forces who rendered military service from 1960 to 1994 in the South African Defence Force,  and from 1994 in the  South African National Defence Force to register their details on the National Database for Military Veterans which is held by the Department of Military Veterans Read more These benefits are available to all military veterans from both the statutory and non-statutory forces if they qualify in terms of the different means tests for each benefit, because the Military Veterans Act, 2011 (No 18 of 2011) stipulates clearly in the definition of “military veteran” that the military veterans from the statutory forces are included namely those...  Read more

How to register on the CMVO database

The role of the CMVO and it's Veterans in the different Regions

The CMVO want to compile a database for all the military veterans from the statutory forces, which must not be confused with the National Database for Military Veterans which is compiled by the Department of Military Veterans

For that we require all the military veterans from the Union Defence Force, South African Defence Force and South African National Defence Force to Read more

 In South Africa the lives of all military veterans are from 1 April 2012 guided by the Military Veterans Act, 2011(No 18 of 2011) and its regulations, which fact challenges us to  take a proper look at this piece of legislation so that we as military veterans from the statutory forces remain significant within this new world created for all military veterans in South Africa  Read more