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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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"In consequence of and in pursuit of the above-stated objective, during, on or about the 6th of September I commanded a unit that received an order from a member of APLA, Tamsanqa Duma to kill and repossess weapons from the house of Mr Franciscato in Alice Street, Fort Beaufort".
MR DE RU: Your Honour, I believed that they were members of APLA.
MR CUBA: He told me that since we knew each other he had been introduced to me earlier on by Ndoda, that he was an APLA cadre. He further told me that he was living in Durban. We were just carrying on some conversation and he told me that he was on a mission. He further explained to me that he ...
MR CUBA: He told me that since we knew each other he had been introduced to me earlier on by Ndoda, that he was an APLA cadre. He further told me that he was living in Durban. We were just carrying on some conversation and he told me that he was on a mission. He further explained to me that he ...
... and sought amnesty for a number of crimes, primarily robberies, which he carried out on behalf of the Azanian People's Liberation Army ("APLA"), the military wing of the Pan Africanist Congress ("PAC"). In many, if not all, of the cases he was granted amnesty. This is now one of ...
... by my brother-in-law, Frank Faltyn who was a member of the PAC and I was staying with him in Tembisa. Late in 1989 I met comrade Brian who was an APLA member, he introduced me to the underground structure and he taught me how to use firearms and grenades. Then I became a member of his Unit ...
It is submitted that the applicants have complied with the requirements of Section 20(1) and (2) that they were quite clearly acting on behalf of APLA, a publicly known political organisation and liberation movement which was engaged in political struggle against the State at that time. In this ...
... thereafter I went to Transkei where I was arrested after seven days. I was convicted and sentenced to 36 years imprisonment. As APLA operative my general instruction from the APLA command was to prosecute the armed struggle with all means against the then racist minority ...
MR MBANDAZAYO: Mr Chairperson, I think the application should be APLA Commissar, not Paso Commissar.
MR MBANDAZAYO: Mr Chairperson, I think the application should be APLA Commissar, not Paso Commissar.
The weapons and the ammunition were possessed for the purpose of carrying out military activities at the behest of APLA; therefore their illegal possession by the applicants at various times was also an at associated with a political objective.
... of for instance, the PAC, the Communist Party and the ANC, that especially the PAC and ANC's military wings were also unbanned, namely MK and Apla, and that these military wings still continued with ...
... ago and unmarried. I left school in 1989 doing 9 and left the country to Botswana the same year. I joined PAC through Azania in 1984 and joined APLA in exile in 1989. As APLA operative, my general instruction from APLA high command was to prosecute the armed struggle with all means against ...
The weapons and ammunition's that were possessed by the applicants were supplied by APLA and were possessed by the applicants for the purpose of carrying out this operation. Such possession was therefore an act associated with a political objective.
CHAIRPERSON: Well the finding there was wasn't it, that that was an attack carried out on behalf of APLA, on the command of their senior officers, that they merely obeyed orders? Mr Prior, you accept that conclusion, don't you?
MR MANANA: I am Kenneth Manana. In 1986 I was involved in the struggle of the PAC. I will say that we were under the APLA organisation. We were sort of reacting as to what was happening to the community and also the children. We were involved in operation exactly attacking the government ...
... force I asked him, I asked him about the whereabouts of these weapons, where they come from and then he said they were brought by the members of APLA. They were given to him - as I've already explained I was living alone, then I accepted and then I agreed that I would go and hide them at my ...
EXAMINATION BY MR MTHEMBU: Mr May is it correct that during the commission of this offence that you are now applying for amnesty you were a member of the PAC as well as its military wing, Apla?
MR SHICEKA: Mr Chairman, APLA is not a racist organisation. I think you are aware that white were oppressing us, that was the race that was oppressing us. We didn't attack white people because we hated white people, we don't hate white people.
... the country with specific instructions to advance the struggle for the liberation of African people in all fronts. We were told that the PAC and APLA have no funds and therefore the cadres should be self-reliant. We were told that the targets will be chosen by us. This unit therefore was ...
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