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APLA

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Azanian People's Liberation army, military wing of the PAC, formed in 1967

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This episode focuses on the murder of American exchange student, Amy Biehl by PASO (Pan Africanist Student Organisation) members and the APLA attack on the St James Church in Cape Town. Perpetrators appeared before the Amnesty Committee in Cape Town this week (7 to 11 July). The segment includes ...
The first segment of this episode reports on the amnesty applications of APLA members responsible for the Heidelberg Tavern attack at hearings held in Cape Town this week (27 - 31 October). The second segment deals with the controversy surrounding witness Bennet Sibaya?s allegation that Truth ...
This episode focuses on the special hearing on Armed Forces held in Cape Town (7 to 10 October). APLA, MK, the former SAP and SADF presented their submissions to the TRC. APLA was questioned on their failure to distinguish between civilian ?soft? targets and ?hard? targets, thereby contravening ...
The first segment of this episode covers the amnesty hearings held in Pietermaritzburg (9 to 11 February). Three APLA soldiers applied for amnesty for the attack on the Crazy Beat Disco, Newcastle, two months before South Africa?s first democratic elections. The APLA men meet with the mother of the ...
... leadership have any objection or did they condone these incidences? // The structure of the Azanian People’s Liberation Army ensured that APLA always remained accountable to the political leadership. We mentioned it in the document that the top structure of the APLA leadership was the ...
... killing of the Pebco Three, Cradock Four and torture of youth activist Siphiwo Mtimkulu. Other segments cover attacks by the PAC's military wing, APLA on the Highgate Hotel and King Williamstown golf club, incidents of torture in the region, and an overview of the structures of the TRC and the ...
APLA as a unit, that is APLA head command, is shouldering responsibility of all the activities that took place since its inception in 1961 till the cut-off date that is May 1994 and those activities of course include ambushes on security forces, the police and the soldiers; attacks on police ...
The first segment of this episode focuses on the amnesty applications of six APLA members heard in Bloemfontein this week (25 to 29 August). Their attack on Wesselsdal Farm was part of the PAC?s ?Operation Great Storm? launched during the negotiations era that targeted white areas and farmers in a ...
This episode documents a reconciliatory meeting between APLA commander Letlapa Mphahlele and survivor of the St James Church massacre, Charl van Wyk. The following segment reports on the progress of the Amnesty Committee: the new cut-off date for amnesty applications will benefit those that ...
in Bloemfontein (24 to 27 March) and the HRV Committee hearings held in Lusikisiki (24 to 26 March). From Bloemfontein we hear testimonies from four APLA members applying for amnesty for killing a white farmer, JJ Fourie, during APLA?s ?Operation Great Storm? campaign launched in 1991. We also ...
Amnesty hearing, CT: APLA attack on Heidelberg Tavern, Cape Town.
APLA submission, Armed Forces hearing
APLA members apply for amnesty for the St. James Church attack
APLA attacks during the negotiation period
Amnesty hearing, Pietermaritzburg: APLA Newcastle attack, 14 February 1994
The St James massacre, APLA
APLA attack, Highgate Hotel Bar
APLA commander meets with St James Church attack survivor
... understand the anger against white people, you can only understand the fact that in this case, I mean we agree here that we’re only talking about APLA operations, you can only understand the anger against whites and the fact that only whites or the instruction rather that only whites be killed ...
Last week we reported on the APLA attack on the St. James Church in Cape Town in 1993. We introduced you to the three APLA men who carried out the brutal attack and now want amnesty. And you met the victims and survivors inside the church; you met Liezl Ackerman whose mother was killed in the ...
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