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SA soldiers deployed in Mozambique contact Malema & confess about bad things happening to them

It is not the first time that a South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has contacted Julius Malema on his social media account and complained about how they are mistreated while they are on duty. First time it happened when soldiers were deployed at KZN and Gauteng during the unrest in South Africa. There were allegations that soldiers were starving, and not being paid their allowances. The same mistake that could have been resolved by the SANDF management is repeating itself, but this time around in Mozambique. Julius Malema is contacted, due to his eagerness to fight for black lives and make sure equality prevails in South Africa.See the source imageSee the source imageAs things stand, there are soldiers who are on duty in Mozambique, which were borrowed from the SANDF. It is pivotal that the SANDF does not forget about the needs of these soldiers, because they are out of the country. They deserve all the allowances that will motivate them and engage in fights at ease. Being mistreated while out of the country is bad, and no one can be effective if they are not pleased with the management's treatment. Julius Malema, who is the president of the EFF has been contacted for urgent help, as he once helped those who were under the same conditions in KZN. He is again on a mission to intervene on those who are in Mozambique, but originating from South Africa.

This soldier has politely asked for his identity to be hidden, since it is alleged that if they speak out about the conditions they are experiencing, their contract could be terminated. This shows the level of dictatorship from the SANDF, and the freedom of speech of these deployed soldiers is violated. In the tweet of Julius Malema, he was furious with Ramaphosa and SANDF, as they were both mentioned to see what other soldiers are going through. It is time for the SANDF to act together and maintain equality. 


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