/ 18 June 2021

SANDF’s ‘dignity’ comes with a R200m price tag

Drcongo Un Army
Combat gear: A South African soldier wearing the post-1994 camouflage uniform on a 2018 mission in the DRC. Photo: John Wessels/AFP
Find out about the SANDF’s new uniform, which is costing taxpayers close to R200-million, while mission-critical equipment is not maintained

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