SA lockdown: 70% of complaints against soldiers finalized
PRETORIA – The Office of the Military Ombud has finalised 70 percent of complaints against SANDF members during lockdown.
Fifty-six complaints were received from the public about soldiers deployed to enforce the regulations.
The office says this is the most cases brought against SANDF members since the establishment of the Military Ombud in 2012.
Complaints ranged from alleged assault and excessive force to general heavy-handedness and damage to property.
The ombud says it’s dismissed some complaints due to lack of evidence.
Source | eNCA
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