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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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ADV BIZOS: Yes, and you know and you and your co-applicant have told us that MK still had arms, there was Operation Vula, you knew that APLA was armed, you knew that at least some of the neighbouring states were in favour of the liberation movements, did you and your co-applicant discuss all this ...
The Applicants are the Commanders of the then Azanian People's Liberation Army (APLA), the military wing of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC).
the Commissioners, I think it was around September or October in 1980. That was the time when members of the PAC were released and other members of APLA they were led by Sabilo Kweta. He use to be known as Sabilo Palmer. We use to know each other from Kangaluza High School, that is myself and ...
... and the National Peacekeeping Force, was seemingly running out of steam as it were. We heard on television that there were members of MK and APLA within the Peace Keeping Force, we did not shoot at that group, we assisted them to attack the people who were shooting us from the houses and ...
... that was in October, I went into Botswana. And my husband took us there with my two children. We stayed for about two months and it is Pamla of Apla who was very instrumental in saying to me weigh your options Sheila, are you sure you want to go in ...
... to the illegal possession of a firearm and 14 rounds of ammunition. At the trial evidence was given that the first applicant was a member of APLA and it was accepted by the court that the accused was acting with a political ...
... Judgment delivered at his trial where evidence was apparently led by the applicant that, or in a statement made, that it was not the policy of the APLA at that stage to use violence and injure people during the course of such ...
MR NKUMANDA: I met Kleintjie as I'd already explained, two weeks before the operation and he highlighted a problem that was existing within the APLA structures at that moment which was the shortage of weapons. He told me that our soft targets our police stations and the policemen who were residing ...
... a challenge for civil societyand it's particularly a challenge for the SADF. It's a challengeas well for those who served in the SADF in MK, in APLA in PLANas to, not what can we do for you but what can we facilitate thatyou do for yourselves. ...
... He testified that he was a member of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) and also a member of its military wing the Azanian Peoples Liberation Army (APLA). He said that he was in a unit commanded by one Patrick Mohale from whom he received instructions and who he has been informed is now ...
"The fact that both MK and eventually the Azanian People's Liberation Army, APLA, members started using neighbouring frontline states as a springboard for launching their armed attacks against the Republic led directly to the establishment of a cross-border capability aimed at eliminating or ...
MR FOURIE: These were person who had obtained military training abroad who had either joined MK or APLA.
*     was a member of the PAC and its military wing APLA at the time of the commission of the three acts he seeks amnesty for; and that he
Having the circumstances of that time, not of what Mr Mlambo was speaking, trying to justify the killing of farmers in order to collect money for what he says. Where was Mr Mlambo in 1982 and 1984? Was there an APLA presence in South Africa at all at the time, Mr Chairman?
MR PRETORIUS: The SACP, the ANC, MK, PAC, DIA, Apla.
states that he had a particular interest in the success of the operation because at the time hew was a member of C2 and was doing research on MK and APLA members' activities. They had photo albums of refugees as well as names of suspects they were trying to identify. Having thoroughly searched ...
MR DE KOCK: Yes, this morning I tried to remember, because somewhere somebody should have been able to say, either from the organisations, APLA, or whatever, would have been able to say who this man was, and I started wondering whether he perhaps wasn't a Zambian citizen or an agent.
... testified to before the Human Rights Violations Committee and I believe Mr Lax was a Commissioner at the time, or a member of that Committee, by APLA, by the ANC, by everybody to say that we acted in that time on the spur of the moment, we didn't have time to reconsider. We, thinking back ...
DR KNOBEL: Understanding we - we understood under that heading that the potential threat would be coming with engagements between South African forces and Cuban forces and Apla forces - no I beg your pardon, MPLA forces in Angola ...(intervention)
MR LAX: Did you only work on MK cases or did you work on PAC cases, APLA cases as well?
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