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UDF and ANC supporters, civilian and combatant

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... in the Huhudi township near Vryburg in the former 'independent' homeland of Bophuthatswana. Segments include the killing of Frieda Mabalane by comrades, incidents of Huhudi youth and civic organisation members tortured by police, an interview with a group of former vigilantes, the February ...
... member of a KwaMathu MK unit, ?The Swimmers,? blown up by security policemen at Phoenix Railway Station. Naye Ngema, suspected of betraying his comrades, was recently cleared when policeman Andy Taylor revealed details of the incident in his amnesty application. The following segment offers a ...
The following segment reports on the HRV Committee hearings held in Parys (28 to 30 April) focusing on methods of torture used by the police and the comrades during the 1980s and 1990s. Also included are segments on the history of Bantu Education and a call from education stakeholders for a ...
... the HRV Committee. The programme explores perceptions of the Truth Commission process, including interviews with Truth Commissioners and former comrades of Siphiwo Mtimkulu. We are introduced to the 22 former and serving security policemen who want to apply for amnesty for acts committed in ...
In 1985 the tiny township of Kwesi in Hanover erupted into a war between the black local authority and the comrades. The councillors were branded traitors and the comrades wanted them out of the township. Towards the end of the year tension in the township had reached boiling point and the ...
1986 Conflict between the Witdoeke and Comrades in Crossroads, Western Cape
Human rights violations, Bophuthatswana: The murder of Frieda Mabalane by comrades, the Bop coup, the fall of Mangope and the AWB debacle.
They took ice cubes and forced them into my anus. One policeman ordered them to bring the electrocution equipment. While these ice cubes were in my anus I was electrocuted. // This little bottle of milk was going to be poured onto my forehead. I didn’t know what was happening. They were aiming ...
Comrades, die dag is ‘n ander dag vir ons. Dit is ‘n seer dag vir ons wat onse mense in die verlede swaar getref het … wat sal vandag voor die hof verskyn. So comrades, ek sal laaik laat ons nie almal onder die bome staan nie. Ons moet saam wys dat ons het pyn van onse comrades wat in die ...
The first wave of horror came in May 1986. Over three days the ‘fathers,’ or witdoeke systematically burned three satellite squatter camps around Crossroads to the ground. The security forces then stepped in. They encircled the area with barbed wire to prevent the 30 000 left homeless by the ...
... eat and do everything under those conditions. That means for three months they kept me there. // How did such a culture develop in the ANC where comrades were torturing comrades? // They knew that the police were looking for us; they were doing this on their own, maybe because they had too ...
But what about white fears and suspicions towards the Truth and Reconciliation Commission? // They must understand that this is part of a process of nation building, or bringing two worlds that have been apart together. The white world and the black world, they must come together into one rainbow ...
... 26 November 1997’ // Madikizela-Mandela appeared relaxed and confident when she arrived at the hearing on Wednesday morning. She greeted old comrades warmly and seemed determined to show the world that there were no hard feelings between herself and Truth Commission Chairperson Desmond ...
... of also being involved in human rights violations. // My hands are not dripping with the blood of the African children. I’ve never compromised my comrades. I’ve never even compromised her. I went to prison for her as my leader. // She in effect blames you for their assault and Stompie’s ...
We want the truth, nothing else but the truth comrades and while that Botha does not want to go to the TRC or the court the truth is going to come out comrades, because our people want to know what happened to their sons and daughters, the mothers and fathers, Maqabane.
William Nkumbi insists that they would have managed to run away from the comrades had it not been for that first stone that tripped his brother, a stone he insists was thrown by Samson Booysen. // I can’t say who killed him because that day it was the comrades who were there in his house till ...
... to live, fit to be alive. // What happened after that? // She hit the others. She hit Kenny then when Kenny tried to block the fists then the other comrades at Mandela’s place, that is the football club, held Kenny on both hands so that he couldn’t block the fists from Mrs. Mandela. // Did ...
... hurt me a great deal, because I was in solitary confinement in every prison I was at until I got to Klerksdorp. And I was so thrilled to meet my comrades and they were all strong women, at least that’s what it seemed, until after about the third or fourth week the honeymoon was over. And ...
... the vehicle. We dragged him out of the vehicle, we wrestled with him a bit and in the wrestling I remember very well that he screamed and said. No Comrades! No Comrades! I’m one of you! I’m one of you! Bellingham fired several shots, I cannot remember how many. To me it sounded as though he ...
... him, KwaMashu residents had seen him in the neighbourhood and they drew the wrong conclusions. // Some of them were sure that I sell out those comrades. // Naye Ngema says only five people in all of Africa knew who The Swimmers were. How did Security Branch Col Andy Taylor find out? Taylor ...
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