[WATCH] SANDF members hilariously mess up a supposedly easy practice run
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) celebrated the National Armed Forces Day on Thursday where President Cyril Ramaphosa laid a wreath at the SS Mendi Memorial on the Lower Campus of the University of Cape Town.
However, it is the SANDF marching that has gone viral on social media.
Watch as the SANDF members mess up a supposedly easy marching drill. It's hilarious.
This is the pride of the SANDF! They can’t organize a piss up in a brewery let alone protect this country in a war! Unfuckingbelievably useless! pic.twitter.com/XVppzd336V— Fox Mike (@pyrethrum58) February 20, 2019
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, the #ArmedForcesDay went viral, with a lot of social media users asking if the country still need all these parades.
What’s the cost of all this ? Is it even necessary? #ArmedForcesDay— Noluthando ❤️ (@NoxyMissApples) February 18, 2019
Something else that has gone viral is a trash collector enjoys himself jumping on a trampoline while collecting the trash.
Listen below to the full What's Gone Viral with Khabazela:
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