Zimbabwe’s National Army is warning Zimbabweans against wearing camouflage.

Zimbabwe’s National Army is warning Zimbabweans against wearing camouflage
Zimbabwe’s National Army is warning Zimbabweans against wearing camouflage or regalia resembling military uniforms as it is illegal in terms of the Defence Act, The Herald reports.
In a statement, the director of Army Public Relations, Lieutenant Colonel Alphios Makotore said that it had been noted with grave concern a proliferation in the sale and wearing of military regalia by the public.
During the Christmas holiday, the capital Harare mostly was dominated by military wear by Zimbabweans of all ages
Lt-Col Makotore further warned traders and members of the public that it is unlawful to sell and wear any military regalia or replica from Zimbabwe or any other country, stating that those found contravening the provisions will be arrested and brought before courts of law for prosecution. (Online photo)
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