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With Mondays enforced as off-days from work in conflict-ridden Cameroon, gathering at dog meat eateries to consume the delicacy and drink alcohol has become a weekly pastime.
More than ever before, decisive leadership is needed from politicians, military leadership and civil society to march the South African National Defence Force in the right direction.
Nearly R500-million of workers’ pension funds has been stolen and invested in risky initiatives, including that of controversial evangelist Shepherd Bushiri’s investment company.
A senior official in the South African Military Health Service has blown the whistle on the defence force spending more than R200-million on a Cuban Covid-19 drug that the health department here has banned from being used to treat symptoms of the virus.
Digital Vibes company, controlled by the health minister’s ‘comrade’, was favoured over firms that tendered at about half the price