Sandu's calls for Zuma's head inciteful, says SANDF chief
JOHANNESBURG - The Chief of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF), General Solly Shoke, has raised concerns about the statement issued by the SA National Defence Union.
The Sandu has joined calls for President Jacob Zuma to step down, saying it would support any lawful means to have him removed.
The union says that people with unconstitutional dirt on their hands cannot be expected to command the SANDF with integrity.
General Shoke says this is provocative and incites SANDF members, which is illegal.
The union represents the armed forces and claims to have 16,000 members.