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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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both sides as a war situation lasted for more than thirty years. It was all done on a need to know underground basis, both from the side of the ANC, APLA, South African Police, the army and everyone that participated in this. So, in that situation I say sir, it’s not a normal situation where you ...
APLA units across the country were told that we haven’t got enough money, we haven’t got enough guns, we haven’t got enough ammunition and the Boers have lots of money, lots of ammunition, lots of guns and they must go and repossess them, not steal them.
senior police and army officers should also be hold accountable for the orders they gave to the men who killed. So certainly it should also apply to APLA. But the Heidelberg amnesty hearing was almost overshadowed on Wednesday and Thursday by another controversy. Shortly after the Helderberg ...
... People’s Army was much feared by white South Africans because of their often ruthless attacks on civilians. For the first time this week the APLA high command formerly accepted responsibility for these attacks in an interview with the Special ...
Hello. Welcome to the Special Report. Tonight we deal with the bloody conflict in KTC Crossroads in 1987, the vicious APLA attack on an Eastern Cape hotel in 1992 and the death of 11 commuters during the 1983 Mdansane bus boycott. But we start in the Cape Peninsula. The dreaded pass book had always ...
When the PASO executive members ordered us to go out and prepare the groundwork for APLA and to make the township ungovernable I regarded this as an instruction to also harm, injure and kill white people. When I saw that the driver of the vehicle which we had stoned and which had come to a ...
... Durban in 1990 killing seven passengers. The applicants said this was a revenge attack for an earlier attack on white pedestrians by youths wearing APLA T-shirts. They chose the bus as a target because it was transporting black people. The Committee granted amnesty to the two junior members of ...
... testimony at the HRV Committee hearings held in Athlone (9 to 11 June) this week. We also hear testimonies from survivors and victims? relatives of APLA?s Highgate Hotel bombing and the Mdantsane bus boycott from the HRV Committee hearings held in East London (15 June). The Special Report ...
leader Anton Lubowski, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) soldier Anton Fransch and the Gugulethu Seven give testimony. We also hear testimonies from victims of APLA?s attack on the St James Church. A report on the ?collective harm? of the District Six forced removals in Cape Town is also included. ...
... We also hear testimony from Thami Zulu?s parents on his death in ANC custody in Lusaka and the connection to Jacob Zuma. In Queenstown, victims of APLA?s 1992 Queenstown Spur attack give testimony. This segment also covers the 1985 Queenstown massacre, including interviews with victims from the ...
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