100 years ago

Diamond Fields Advertiser - - OPINION -

UN­DER the terms of Sec­tion 93 of the South African De­fence Act, per­sons who do not be­long to the De­fence Forces are for­bid­den to wear uni­form or other mil­i­tary ap­parel bear­ing def­i­nite mil­i­tary fit­tings e.g., but­tons, shoul­der straps, &c. The penalty for an in­frac­tion of the Act in this re­spect is a fine not ex­ceed­ing twenty-five pounds, or, in de­fault of pay­ment, im­pris­on­ment with or with­out hard labour not ex­ceed­ing three months.

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