Government has money to meet health and social needs of military veterans: Mabuza – SABC News
Vice President David Mabuza has assured military veterans that the government has no hard cash to give military veterans, but has money to meet their health and social needs.
He says the problem was with the Department of Defense and veterans lacking guidelines to deal with their plight.
Speaking to a group of military veterans, Mabuza said things will start to run smoothly as a department general manager has been appointed.
We do provincial interactions with military veterans. Today we are at Limpopo at Polokwane Rugby Stadium and warmly welcomed by Prime Minister Stanley Mathabatha. pic.twitter.com/bsnKD1EXRG
– David D Mabuza (@DDMabuza) June 5, 2021
He also urged military veterans to form a group instead of fighting against each other.
âWe will always fix the Department of Military Veterans Affairs. I can tell you that the general manager [Irene Mpolweni] in the department was appointed. She will start working on June 7th. So things will start to converge. Second, the Presidency has asked the Prime Ministers’ Offices to collaborate in this work, âMabuza said.
In the video below, the Vice President speaks to the media about the discussion with military veterans: