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Amasinyora

Explanation
a gang of Inkatha (later IFP) supporters who, with the backing of the security forces and the KwaZulu Police, engaged in vigilante-type activities to counter the UDF and ANC in the Lindelani and KwaMashu areas of Durban, and in some areas on the Natal south coast.

... lived or died. It didn’t matter what side he was on. My interest there was to go home tomorrow morning and that was it. 148 In KwaMashu, the AmaSinyora gang, a group of Inkatha-supporting vigilantes based in K Section, KwaMashu, north of Durban, was set up in 1987 to oppose UDF-aligned ...
King Edward Hospital where I spent four months. 416 Ms Doris Ngubane [KZN/FS/226/DN], told the Commission how she was raped by four members of the AmaSinyora gang during March 1992. Ngubane and her husband Meshack had been married for thirty-two years and had seven children, one of whom, Xolani, ...
above-mentioned Inkatha-aligned vigilante groupings from Lindelani and Chesterville. Another example of an Inkatha-aligned vigilante grouping is the AmaSinyora from KwaMashu (see below). 232 During the early 1980s, Chief Buthelezi still had high standing in the international community and ...
... and UDF youth organisations (resulting in large-scale deaths and social upheaval from 1987 to 1990). Inkatha-aligned vigilante gangs, such as the AmaSinyora in KwaMashu, engage in political violence. In the KwaMakhutha massacre in January, the home of UDF leader, Bheki Ntuli, is attacked. ...
 
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