During the period 1991 to 1994, men clad in balaclavas undertook ongoing arson, shooting and armed robbery attacks on ordinary residents and ANC supporters in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. Some attacks targeted individuals, others whole communities. Local residents called the attackers 'Balaclavas', although evidence suggests that there were several groups participating in such attacks. The Commission found that persons associated with the Lingelethu West town council, former Special Constables, persons involved in the taxi conflicts, and criminal elements all played a role.
close to Nietverdiend. But there was a further kombi at the scene before, of Charl Naude’s operatives whom I do not know. All of them were wearing balaclava caps and they were awaiting Mamasela at that point. When he stopped they took the persons out of this vehicle, they were under the ...