These soldiers will be working with SAPS to prevent crime and preserve law and order.
Deployment is set to cost over R166m and will be in place until 17 April 2023.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Sunday evening said it rejects the deployment.
“The dictator Cyril Ramaphosa has deployed 3 474 members of the SANDF to suppress peaceful protests against his failed Presidency and crush the calls for his resignation. This act demonstrates the bloodthirsty nature of the current government and the intolerance of the ruling party to dissent and opposition.”
It furthermore said South Africa has degenerated into a military state and the deployment of the army to suppress the Constitutional Right to protest means they have returned to the dark days of Apartheid.
“The current deployment of the army and law enforcement agencies has surpassed that of the Apartheid regime in the 1980s during the State of Emergency, meaning Ramaphosa has declared war on the people of South Africa.”
The EFF also accused the police of searching the homes and cars of citizens without warrants.
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