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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.

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An ANC supporter who was stabbed to death by Amasinyora vigilantes in Bhoboyi, Port Shepstone, Natal, on 5 November 1993. See Amasinyora.
An ANC supporter who was shot dead in Bhambayi, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 7 July 1993, allegedly by Amasinyora vigilantes. See Amasinyora.
An ANC supporter who had her house burnt down in violent conflict between UDF supporters and Amasinyora vigilantes at Siyanda, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 11 February 1990. Between 200 and 300 homes were burnt down in conflict, which erupted shortly after Nelson Mandela’s release from prison. See ...
An ANC supporter who was stabbed and severely beaten by members of the Amasinyora gang in KwaMashu, Durban, in 1991. He was presumed to be an ANC supporter because he was in KwaMashu. See Amasinyora.
An ANC supporter who was shot dead by a named member of the KwaZulu Police (KZP) accompanied by Amasinyora vigilantes in KwaMashu, Durban, on 7 January 1990. Mr Twala was standing in the street with friends when the perpetrator tried to run him over. The perpetrator then got out of his car and shot ...
An Inkatha supporter who lost her house in an arson attack in the KwaMashu area, Durban, in violent conflict between UDF supporters and Amasinyora vigilantes on 11 February 1990. See Richmond Farm arson attacks.
An ANC supporter who had her house and possessions destroyed in an arson attack by members of the Amasinyora gang in KwaMashu, Durban, in 1991.
She had her house destroyed in an arson attack by Amasinyora vigilantes in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 5 June 1993.
Was severely assaulted, raped and stabbed by members of the Amasinyora vigilantes and a named member of the KwaZulu Police at her home in KwaMashu, Durban, in March 1992, allegedly because one of her sons was an ANC support e r. Ms Ngubane’s husband was forced to watch the assault on his wife.
He had his house burnt down by Amasinyora and IFP members during political conflict in KwaMashu, Durban, in 1991.
An Inkatha supporter who had her home at Ngidi farm, near KwaMashu, Durban, burnt down on 2 March 1989 in intensifying conflict between UDF and Inkatha supporters in the area. Her son was killed by Amasinyora vigilantes one year later.
An Inkatha supporter who was shot dead by named members of the Amasinyora vigilantes on 2 March 1989 while driving his taxi in Inanda, near KwaMashu, Durban. Shortly before his killing, Mr Nxumalo had resigned as secretary of the Inanda branch of Inkatha. One member of the gang was convicted and ...
An ANC supporter who was shot dead by Amasinyora vigilantes at Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 5 April 1993.
A UDF supporter whose house was burnt down by Amasinyora vigilantes, assisted by members of the KwaZulu Police, at KwaMashu, Durban, on 26 December 1989. One family member was raped in the attack.
Was beaten to death by members of the Amasinyora vigilantes near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 12 January 1994, allegedly for refusing to join the IFP.
His house in KwaMashu, Durban was burnt down by Amasinyora vigilantes and other Inkatha supporters on 26 December 1989, after he had refused to join Inkatha. His son had been shot and stabbed to death in an earlier attack on his house.
Was shot and stabbed to death by Amasinyora vigilantes in KwaMashu, Durban, on 5 August 1989 during intense conflict between UDF and Inkatha supporters in the area.
A UDF supporter who was raped when Amasinyora vigilantes, assisted by members of the KwaZulu Police, attacked her home on 26 December 1989 in KwaMashu, Durban. Her home was also burnt down in the attack.
An ANC supporter who was abducted from his home and stabbed to death by a named member of the Amasinyora vigilantes in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 13 January 1994.
An Inkatha supporter who had her house burnt down by ANC supporters on 11 February 1990 in KwaMashu, Durban, in violent conflict between ANC/UDF supporters and Amasinyora vigilantes. See Richmond Farm arson attacks.
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