South African Police Service (SAPS) members have been highly criticised following a marching blunder at the funeral service of Richard Maponya on Tuesday. SAPS members did everything right, until the moment they had to march to the chaplain’s command, and seemed to have confused left with right.
While they all should have faced the same direction to the left, two members turned right and ended up facing the other members who were rightfully facing left. A brief discussion was had among the four as they clarified which direction they should have faced.
Watch clips of the blunder below:
Disappoint me again Mabena, I knew it. 😔 😢 😭 😂 pic.twitter.com/mmcWIAhMGk
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) January 14, 2020