Denel's pending launch of a new satellite is SA's first major move forward since SumbandilaSat was put into space four years ago.
Half of the purchase price, of R55 million, has been paid by the Department of Science and Technology.
The state-owned defence and aerospace company expects to reap synergies on the back of talent gained from the defunct Sunspace.
Most of the staff will move to a new unit to be created within Denel Dynamics.
Law enforcers "seriously" consider robot planes for the Soccer World Cup.
The arms company finds the old adage is true - too many cooks spoil the broth.
The state arms company upgrades its Umkhonto air defence missile.
The company tweaks the Seeker II by adding a catapult launch and parafoil recovery capability.
The company adds Sweden and the SA Army to its list of Umkhonto clients.
The radar-guided T Darter missile could gain the country billions of rand in foreign exchange.
The state arms company will build a bigger and better robotic recce plane.
SA-developed Denel technology helps to launch a new era in space flight.