South African Military Ombud

We render an independent impartial and expeditious investigation and resolution process for complaints in respect of conditions of service for members and former members of the SANDF and to investigate complaints by members of the public regarding the official conduct of a member of the SANDF

What is Military Ombud

An independent, external mechanism to deal with the complaints and grievances of members and former members of the SANDF

Contact Us

Phone: 012 676-3800 or toll free: 080 726-6283 (080 SAOMBUD), you can email to: intake@milombud.org

Use our online service

Download and complete our complaint form and send it directly with our website email system to the Office of the Ombudsman

Support

The Military Ombud stands for independence and fairness. A place for the public to lodge complaints about the conduct of soldiers.

Investigation

investigation is not a criminal investigation nor is it meant to be an adversarial process, it is rather an administrative inquiry to ensure due process has been observed.

Role

Gather facts in order to understand the merits of a complaint and consult the relevant parties to the complaint to either settle the complaint or to make a recommendation to resolve the complaint.

Want to complaint or find out more?

The Military Ombud is an independent and impartial “watchdog” that holds the SANDF to account.

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Hon Dep MOD&V Mr Thabang and Lt Gen Matanzima opening the Military Ombud office
ByAdministrator May 14, 2013

Military Ombuds finds new home

Military Ombudsman Lieutenant-General Themba Mathanzima today unveiled their new offices in Centurion. The Military Ombud Office was launched

General solly Shoke, Chief of the SANDF, handing a gift to Lt Gen (Ret) Themba Matanzima, the Military Ombud to thank him for his contributions as a member of the Militaty Command Council.
ByAdministrator Jul 12, 2012

Military Command Council bade farewell

General solly Shoke, Chief of the SANDF, handing a gift to Lt Gen (Ret) Themba Matanzima, the Military Ombud to thank him for his contributions