“Close collaboration between Reserve and Regular Force units ensures successful and high-quality FIBUA training at Fort iKapa and SAS Wingfield”
On Friday morning, 5 May 2012, a group consisting of military personnel and media representatives arrived at SAS Wingfield to be welcomed by Capt L.J. Monakedi (Exercise coordinator) and Lt V.M. Mbatha (FIBUA learning programme coordinator) of the School of Infantry in Oudtshoorn. Guests who attended included the OC School of Infantry, Col S.B. Nombewu, the RSM School of Infantry, MWO R. McKenzie, the Commander Special Training Techniques Wing, Maj A. Matheus, SO1 Force Preparations (Reserves) Western Cape, Lt Col J.U. van der Westhuijzen, and the Acting Officer Commanding of the Cape Town Rifles (Dukes), Maj F.S. Marais. The visitors had been invited to attend a thrilling demonstration that marked the culmination of an intensive practical FIBUA training course at Fort iKapa and SAS Wingfield in Cape Town.
Published on the Reserve Force Division Website in June 2012.