The alleged mistreatment of the South African National Defense Force (SANDF) by the government has recently been under the spotlight, this comes after Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema took to Twitter last month to share a screenshot of a message he allegedly received from a member of the SANDF that were deployed in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, in which the SANDF member was asking Malema for help as the government was failing to provide them with their allowances.
Now it seems like history is repeating it's self as earlier today (23 September 2021), Julius Malema once again took to Twitter to post another screenshot of yet another alleged SANDF member asking him for help as the government is again failing to provide them with allowances.
During the first incident last month when Julius Malema posted the screenshot from the alleged SANDF member, the SANDF responded by sending Malema a warning about spreading 'fake news', but at the moment of publishing this article, the SANDF is yet to respond.
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