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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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... Im 28 years old and was born in East London. I am unmarried. I passed standard 7 at school and I joined the PAC in 1987 through AZANYO. I joined APLA in 1990 while in Tanzania. I received military training in Tanzania and Uganda, I returned to South African in ...
Mr Ngema, is it correct that you were a member of PAC and also a member of APLA?
a. Continuous infiltrations by ANC (MK) and PAC (APLA) placed a strain on administration in the rural areas and the SADF realized that, in order to contain the revolutionary war, the support to the local population needed to be improved and maintained. It was imperative that the administration had ...
Mr Ngema, is it correct that you were a member of PAC and also a member of APLA?
... the Heidelberg Tavern attack which occurred in December of 93, there was a strong suggestion made by various victims and other witnesses that APLA in planning these attacks, had been infiltrated by the security forces, whether that was the security branch of the police or military ...
MR MBANDAZAYO: Did you at any stage join APLA?
I joined the PAC through Azania in 1986 when I was 16 years, and joined APLA in April the same year in exile. I received my military training in Tanzania and Guinea. I became a platoon commander and instructor. I came back into the country in 1992 and I went to Transkei.
Mr Buthelezi, is it correct that you are an APLA cadre?
MR MGENGO: I'll start off by saying even though I was a student in Durban, I was also a member of APLA. Secondly, I was able to communicate with structures and members of APLA when they wanted me to do so. I received a message or I can say instructions specifically from one of the commanders of ...
MR MGENGO: I'll start off by saying even though I was a student in Durban, I was also a member of APLA. Secondly, I was able to communicate with structures and members of APLA when they wanted me to do so. I received a message or I can say instructions specifically from one of the commanders of ...
MR ARENDSE: How did you become involved with what is referred to as APLA? How did you become involved? Did you join out of your own, were you asked to join?
MR MBANDAZAYO: Thank you. Now in your application form at 11(b), you indicated that the orders were issued by APLA Director of Operations, Comrade Letlapa Mphahlele when you were asked who gave those orders for you to go and attack the farm. Now you are telling the Committee about Rasta Moloto, ...
"...who was an APLA cadre. At the time he recruited me I was just an ordinary supporter of PAC. Moss recruited myself Lulamile and Doctor. He taught us how to handle explosive and weapons."
MR MTHEMBU: Thank you Sir. Mr Khotle is it correct that you were a member of the PAC and its military wing, Apla?
MR BHANI: Yes, he knew my name, he knew exactly who I was, he knew that I was an APLA member.
... involved in further incidents in which they attempted to kill whites in terms of what they say they understood to be the policy of the PAC and APLA. It is as a result of those incidents that they further seek amnesty for the following ...
... my father is unemployed. I did my primaryand secondary education in Soshanguve. I left school in January 1991 when Ileft the country to join APLA. I left the country via Botswana to Tanzania.I joined PAC in 1987 through AZANIO. I was influenced to join the PAC by thelate Senior ...
MR RAMAILA: As an APLA Commander I had no idea as to what he was going to put those things into use for. I thought he will use those things. Perhaps sell them and get money and the Africans were poor at the time. Maybe they could have been helped by the money that's been realised from the ...
... in opposing the applications. However, having carefully considered the matter we are satisfied that the attack upon the deceased and the surviving APLA members resulted from the general situation of conflict involving the ANC and the PAC in the area. Although no explicit decision was taken ...
... manner he could. The best he could do was confirm that the Applicants were bona fide members of the PAC. He was unable to link the Applicants to Apla, let alone to an Apla repossession unit that furnished him with a ...
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