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Remains of SA officer killed in Mozambique handed over to family

                             Remains of SA officer killed in Mozambique handed over to family

                             Remains of SA officer killed in Mozambique handed over to family

South African National Defense Force has authoritatively given over the human remaining parts of the fighter who passed on later an assault by extremists in Mozambique.

Tebogo Edwin Radebe, was important for Operation Vikela when the officers went under assault from the guerillas during a snare east of Chai Village on Monday.

Relatives were available at the tactical parade service at Waterkloof Air Force Base in Pretoria to formally get the remaining parts of the late warrior.

Head of the South African National Defense Force, Rudzani Maphwanya, said this episode won't dissuade the military from securing individuals of South Africa.

"The existence of the late Corporal Tebogo Radebe isn't to no end. Our kin are resolved to keep on delivering the important support of our district as an expansion of the assurance of our own regional honesty. «he added.

The National Defense Force was situated in Cabo Delgado area as a component of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Mission in Mozambique (SAMIM), otherwise called Operation Vikela.

The organization of SAMIM was endorsed by the Extraordinary SADC culmination of Heads of State and Government on July 15 as a local reaction to help Mozambique to battle psychological oppression.

"… assuming your neighbor isn't steady, you should disregard security in your nation and as such our kin are out there as individuals from SAMIM which is the SADC Mission in Mozambique and ensuring that the fear mongers are managed… "

Radebe who hailed from Paul Roux in the Free State, was brought into the world on 6 June 1990 and filled in as an individual from SANDF in Limpopo.

He left behind an auntie, three kin and two little girls.

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