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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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... was a Security Police informant and that he revealed our plans to Inspector Wentzel. Inspector Wentzel informed the Flagstaff Police Station that APLA would attack the Police Station on the evening of the 5th of March 1994. MR DE KLERK: Can we just have some clarity here? Patrick Pedlar was ...
... put it into gear ... It’s not a bunch of ex-soldiers getting together, having a braaivleis and swapping bush stories. What it is, is SWAPO, ANC, APLA, Umkhonto weSizwe, Koevoet, ‘Reccies’, all the units, every single unit, everybody who ever was trained in any way militarily getting ...
... that the Peninsula violence was restricted almost exclusively to the African townships, apart from isolated incidents elsewhere, in particular APLA attacks. The rural areas also experienced struggles and conflicts with local authorities and police. There were numerous deaths and injuries in ...
... of anger but I think, most overwhelmingly, of sorrow that young men like you and not only those that were in the SADF but those who were in MK and APLA and other forces - that young men like you had to deal with that insanity [of the war] ... We’re going to need to deal with the issues and ...
Africa was underlined for the Church of England in South Africa when its Kenilworth congregation was attacked by Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA) cadres in July 1993. These cadres later told the Commission’s amnesty committee that they were motivated by the fact that the churches were ...
... Report: Regulation of gatherings (Jan 1993) Fourth Interim Report: Taxi violence in Groblersdal and surrounding areas (Feb 1993) Interim Report: APLA (Mar 1993) Final Report: Regulation of gatherings (Apr 1993) Final Report: Train violence (May 1993) Report: Allegations published in the ...
... on killings that occurred during the 1983 bus boycott. Wreaths were laid at Egerton and Highgate, where Ciskei and Azanian Peoples Liberation Army (APLA) armed forces had attacked people. Human rights violations relating to women were also given a full day at this hearing. p Youth hearing, East ...
... escalated dramatically from mid-1985 to 1989. The over 100 attacks resulted in at least four deaths and approximately sixty injuries. No PAC or APLA armed actions appear to have taken place in this period. 300 There was a strong shift in 1985 towards attacking personnel of institutions ...
Conflict between SAP and MK/APLA members 744 Between July 1990 and August 1991, attacks on the police increased from 107 to 137.79 The major perpetrators of these attacks were ANC and PAC guerrillas who had returned from exile, some of whom located themselves within local SDUs. Frequently, it ...
... well as details and names of senior IFP officials implicated in hit squad activities. 37 Most of the PAC and Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA) applications related to their major period of activity – the post-1990s. Accessing information from role-players 38 Aside from ...
of Nongwe’s assistants, was later convicted of the murder and has applied to the Commission for amnesty, claiming to have been acting on behalf of APLA/PAC. 399 Women and youth were frequently the victims of random attacks which destroyed hundreds of homes and caused many injuries. ...
... the PAC’s armed grouping of the 1960s, Poqo; a finding against the PAC for violations committed in exile, and a finding against its armed wing APLA in the later period. FINDING ON POQO 5. The Commission stated in its Final Report that: While the Commission takes note of the explanation ...
... injured in combat (during, for example, the Namibian and Angolan ‘border wars’) and Umkhonto weSizwe (MK) or Azanian Peoples Liberation Army (APLA) soldiers killed or seriously injured in combat were not viewed as victims of gross violations of human rights as defined by the Act. This is ...
general amnesty. DIFFICULTIES EXPERIENCED BY PAC APPLICANTS 89. It is important for the Commission to acknowledge the great difficulty that the PAC/APLA cadres experienced in filing proper amnesty applications. They were hampered by the fact that, at the time, the Legal Aid Board appointed ...
... of the struggle, for somewhat different reasons, there were also specialised organisations. Not least of these were the armed wings, such as MK and APLA, as well as SDUs, which also operated in clandestine ways. Special organisations within Inkatha, such as the Caprivi-trained group, as well as ...
... to have a high political profile both inside and outside the country; c assassinations of individual MK and Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA) personnel both inside and outside the country, and d cross - border raids. 84. Again, if one examines the picture that emerges from the amnesty ...
... National Working Committee, the Revolutionary Council, the Secretariat and its armed wing, MK, as well as the PAC and its armed formations Poqo and APLA, committed gross violations of human rights in the course of their political activities and armed struggles, for which they are morally and ...
... 40 Ms Savage’s wish was fulfilled in April 1998 at the amnesty hearing of Mr Thembelani Xundu, the former Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA) commander responsible for her injuries. In a newspaper interview, she said that, after meeting with Xundu, currently a major in the South ...
... THE SECRETARIAT AND ITS ARMED WING UMKHONTO WESIZWE (MK), AND THE PAC AND ITS ARMED FORMATIONS POQO AND THE AZANIAN PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY (APLA), COMMITTED GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE COURSE OF THEIR POLITICAL ACTIVITIES AND ARMED STRUGGLES, ACTS FOR WHICH THEY ARE MORALLY ...
... here was an article about Siyabulela’s death – apparently he had been shot. 45. Siyabulela was one of six Azanian Peoples’ Liberation Army (APLA) members killed in a shoot-out with Transkei and Lesotho security forces at Quacha’s Nek on the Transkei–Lesotho border in March 1985. Their ...
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