Part of the training process obvious entailed route marches and going to the shooting range. These are some of the drawings I made on such occasions.
The top image is a scene that became all too familiar over the coming months and years. A neatly parked row of troop-carrying vehicles - Bedfords, I think they were - and soldiers plodding across the veld. The bottom picture is a view from behind a line, probably at about 500 metres, of trainees on the shooting range, with the targets in the distance.
The top drawing here I recall doing during a rest period on one of those lengthy route marches through the foothills of the Drakensberg. The one below is a typical pose on the shooting range, where your "staaldak", or steel helmet, made an ideal seat. If I recall correctly, these had to be worn when you worked in the pit beneath the targets, where tallies were recorded and the bullet holes covered with little round stickers, each the appropriate colour for the part of the figure hit.