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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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... and their homes. Soon after this he was sent to the then Transkei for basic training under the auspices of the Azanian People's Liberation Army, APLA. After a short stay at Efolweni in KwaZulu-Natal, he was deployed in ...
The applicant's evidence was that he was a member of the Pan African Congress. He later joined APLA, the military wing of the said organisation, whilst he was in exile. In January 1993 he was given orders by the APLA commander, Sabelo Pama, to infiltrate the country and to prosecute the armed ...
an order from their regional commander. He further stated that if they had found a farmer in the house they would have killed him as it was part of APLA policy to do so. He also does not know the name of the farm but the attack was carried out by him, Kleintjie and Scorpion. He does not know ...
MR MBANDAZAYO: Now when did you become a member of the Task Force of APLA?
MR MBANDAZAYO: Now were you at any stage a member of APLA - Task Force of APLA?
The Committee is satisfied that the applicants disclosed all material facts in regard to the offences and that the offences were associated with a political objective. They were members of APLA and they acted on instructions and in support of the organisation.
CHAIRPERSON: Sorry, just before you get onto that, Mr Mbandazayo, what was the relationship, if any, between the Task Force and APLA?
... are satisfied that the applicants in both incidents were at all times acting under instruction and in furtherance of the policies of the PAC and APLA and that the acts committed by them were in line with declared PAC policy. We are accordingly of the view that the offences committed by the ...
He further testified that the acts were committed in the execution of the orders of his Commander, one Bulelani Quma, who was then a Director of Special Operations of APLA who also provided the weapons for the operation.
MR MBANDAZAYO: Is it also correct that you joined APLA while in exile in Botswana during 1986?
20 of the Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act,No. 34 of 1995. The Committee is satisfied that the Applicants had acted on behalf of Apla and within the then policy of the PAC, which organisation was involved in the political struggle at the time. The Committee is further ...
... to MK lists, in a specific country? What list is he referring to, I have no idea of what list he is referring to. I'm talking of MK lists and APLA lists which had to be ...
The last paragraph "the man claiming to be Conrad de Bill, who is the Commander of APLA Intelligence in the Eastern Transvaal, also phoned SAPA in Johannesburg last
2. The Committee is further satisfied that the offences were committed in the execution of an order of APLA and therefore are acts associated with a political objective as required by Section 20(1) of the Act.
... the most significant of which is the fact that the majority of the persons that he says was involved in the attack were unaware that it was an APLA operation. It is most improbable that if the attack was an APLA operation that persons who were not members of APLA would be taken on the ...
... briefly summarised is to the effect that he is a member of the Pan Africanist Congress, the PAC, as well as the Azanian People's Liberation Army, APLA. He joined both organisations during 1991, after having been recruited together with second applicant by an APLA cadre from Tanzania known as ...
It is clear that the applicant was a member of the PAC and APLA and that he acted in terms of these organisationsí policies and objectives. At the relevant time APLA was still engaged in the armed struggle and regarded all whites as supporters of the Apartheid Government. Attacks of this nature ...
... summarised is to the effect that he is a member of both the Pan Africanist Congress ("PAC") as well as the Azanian People's Liberation Army ("APLA"). He joined both organisations during 1991 after having been recruited together with Second Applicant by an APLA cadre from Tanzania known as ...
Although the Committee accepts that the first applicant was an APLA cadre who probably wanted to escape to continue the political struggle outside of the prison, it does not follow automatically that the second applicant shared the same objective. The second applicant spent his life in prison, ...
... before us, other than his assertion, that he is or was a member of the PAC. We are also of the view that the applicant's evidence that Gebe was an APLA cadre is both untruthful and improbable. Gebe has a criminal record which reflects that he has, from June 1973 to March 1988, twenty nine ...
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