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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 victim of an armed robberyby APLA operatives at the farm ‘Panama’, near Bloemfontein, during 1993. The victims were threatened and locked in a bathroom. One person was abducted and released later. One perpetrator was granted amnesty (AC/2001/239).
Was shot and killed when a hand grenade detonated by a named MK operative exploded in Sebokeng, Tvl, on 27 November 1992. MK and APLA members had returned from exile and were training self-defence units to defend themselves against attacks by the IFP and Security Forces. The perpetrator threw the ...
A member of the SAP who was severely injured in an APLA attack on the Batho police station in Bloemfontein on 14 December 1991. As a result of the attack, Mr Makoloi lost his right arm. Two perpetrators were granted amnesty (AC/1997/0064).
... April 1994 elections. Four were shot dead, while Mr Mabona and another survived the shooting with injuries. The SDU members believed that they were APLA members who were on their way to disrupt an ANC mass rally. Three SDU members were granted amnesty ...
An APLA operative who was killed in a shoot-out with the police at Dimbaza police station, Ciskei, on 9 October 1993. One perpetrator was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0333).
Was injured when a hand grenade detonated by an MK operative exploded in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 27 November 1992. MK and APLA members who had returned from exile were training members of the community to defend themselves against alleged IFP and security forces attacks. The perpetrator allegedly ...
Was shot dead by a member of the SAP at Beltrim, Sasolburg, Tvl on 2 January 1991. The SAP member allegedly suspected Mr Mofokeng of being an APLA operative responsible for the death of a white farmer, and killed him on the pretext that he was escaping. The SAP member, who had been convicted of the ...
An APLA operative who was tortured by members of the SAP on 5 April 1987 at the Hlahetsi Police station in Katlehong, Transvaal, during conflict between the community and the SAP, as well as the ANC and PAC.
An APLA operative who was suffocated and subjected to electric shock torture by members of the SAP, some of whom are named, in Boipatong, Vanderbijlpark, Transvaal, in October 1993. Mr Ntantiso had been arrested on suspicion of being an accomplice to murder.
... 1994 elections. Mr Mathikwe and three others were then shot dead. The remaining two survived the shooting. The SDU members believed that they were APLA members who were on their way to disrupt an ANC mass rally. Three SDU members were granted amnesty ...
Was assaulted by APLA members at a PAC camp in Tanzania during 1992 or 1993. He was allegedly assaulted because he disobeyed the code of conduct. One perpetrator was granted amnesty (AC/2000/247).
... 1994 elections. Mr Nkanyezi and three others were then shot dead. The remaining two survived the shooting. The SDU members believed that they were APLA members who were on their way to disrupt an ANC mass rally. Three SDU members were granted amnesty (AC/2000/045). ...
... took place at a time when members of the AWB were carrying out random attacks in retaliation for the ‘one settler, one bullet’ campaign by APLA members. ...
An APLA member who was left a paraplegic after being shot in Cape Town, on 4 July 1993. After he was hospitalised, Mr Mzukwa was arrested and interrogated at the Bellville police station by members of the SAP.
on 20 April 1994, shortly before the April 1994 elections. Mr Mapekula and three others were then shot dead. The SDU members believed that they were APLA members who were on their way to disrupt an ANC mass rally. Three SDU members were granted amnesty (AC/2000/045). See self-defence units (SDU). ...
Was killed when a hand grenade detonated by a named MK operative exploded in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 27 November 1992. MK and APLA members returning from exile were training community members to defend themselves against attacks by the IFP and security forces. The perpetrator threw the hand grenade ...
Was injured in a limpet mine explosion in a bus in Durban on 30 November 1993. The mine had been planted by APLA operatives. Three perpetrators were granted amnesty (AC/1998/0076).
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