|Mosiwa Samuel Hlongwane|
6 July 1962 |
Frankfort, Free State
|Service/branch||South African Navy|
|Commands held||Chief of the Navy
Deputy Chief of the Navy
Hlongwane joined the ANC and its Military wing Umkhonto We Sizwe in 1982 and was trained in Angola and the former USSR. In August 1986, he was selected to attend the Naval Course in Azerbaijan at the Caspian Naval Red Banner College. Following integration in 1994 he attended the Bridging and orientation courses at South African Naval College and Maritime Warfare School.
He served as Director: Naval Policy & Doctrine from 1 April 2008 as a Rear Admiral (Junior Grade)
He was appointed Deputy Chief of the Navy in 2011
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||Deputy Chief of the South African Navy
2011 - 2014
Refiloe Johannes Mudimu
|Chief of the South African Navy
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