The government of South Africa needs to work on the manner in which some officers conduct themselves while on duty. This could be done by way of training or retraining personnels of South African forces.
Everyday we are faced with different type of unpleasant news regarding our security agencies and we can't continue to let such happen.
Just yesterday, about four members of the South African National Defence Force were involved in a ghastly motor accident which happened on a bridge along the West Bank road.
The military tank was speeding before it plunged over the bridge. Four members of the South African National Defence Force sustained various degrees of injuries which include leg fracture.
In a report released by Vehicle Trackers on Twitter:
"Four members of the South African National Defence Force suffered serious injuries, which included multiple leg fractures, after a military vehicle known as a Samil 20, plunged over a bridge along the Wasbank Road, in the Mwela Wela area near Ladysmith.
The bridge is on a dirt road which turns off N11."
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