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South African Air Force understudies are purportedly living in loathsome circumstances and being taken care of through slaves The undergrads have griped of being compelled to get into garments that take after prison garments from the politically-sanctioned racial segregation innovation They additionally are supposedly being constrained to do direct work which incorporates cutting grass with blades. The South African Air Force in a pilot instruction program are supposedly being compelled to remain in repulsive conditions. They additionally are supposedly being constrained to complete humble commitments comprehensive of cutting grass the utilization of cleavers beneathneath the pretense of actual tutoring undergrads 

A considerable lot of the students feel like they are being dealt with like slaves. The garbs they are compelled to wear are like those ragged by detainees during politically-sanctioned racial segregation as indicated by the Mail and Guardian. 


For what reason did they permit South African nationals to come study in their nation assuming that they will I'll treat them?

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