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Khumalo gang

Explanation
a vigilante group led by the Reverend Mbhekisini Khumalo in Tokoza, on the East Rand. The gang played a significant role in East Rand violence between 1991 and 1993 and was associated with the murder of key political leaders in the region. ANC members were abducted, assaulted, hacked and shot. Many were killed in targeted killings and shooting sprees. The gang was integrated into the organisational hierarchy of the IFP and executed projects under its leadership and direction.

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Was shot dead by members of the IFP-aligned Khetisi Kheswa gang in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 12 January 1991 at a night vigil for Christopher Nangelembe, an ANCYL member killed by the gang. Gang members threw hand grenades and fired at mourners, killing a number of people and injuring several others. ...
A leader of the Khumalo gang who suffered damage to his home and motor vehicle when it was attacked by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) in Tokoza, Transvaal, during November 1993. Two SDU members were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/1999/0186). See self-defence units (SDU).
... by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) in Tokoza, Transvaal in September 1993, allegedly because he was believed to be associated with the Khumalo gang and one member of the KZP. One SDU member was granted amnesty for the assault (AC/1999/186). See self-defence units ...
A leader of the Khumalo gang who suffered damage to property when members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) detonated a hand grenade at his home during political conflict in Tokoza, Transvaal, during 1994. Three SDU members were granted amnesty (AC/1999/0243). See self-defence units (SDU).
An ANC supporter who was shot dead, allegedly by Khumalo gang members, at a shebeen in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 13 December 1992. One other person was killed and another severely injured in this attack. The attack was apparently perpetrated in revenge for the shooting earlier that day at the same ...
An ANC supporter who was assaulted, hacked and burnt to death on 1 August 1993 in Tokoza, Transvaal, allegedly by Khumalo gang members. The Khumalo gang had close links with the IFP and was allegedly involved in the murder of key political leaders in Tokoza. See Khumalo gang.
An ANC supporter who was shot dead on 13 December 1992 at a shebeen in Tokoza, Transvaal, allegedly by Khumalo gang members. Another person was killed and one severely injured in this attack, reportedly carried out in retaliation for the shooting at the shebeen earlier in the day of a gang member, ...
Was shot dead in Tokoza, Transvaal, allegedly by Khumalo gang members on 1 January 1993. Three others were also allegedly killed by gang members on that day. See Khumalo gang.
Was shot and injured by members of the Khumalo gang on 24 October 1991. Mr Ncaweni reportedly became a target after he allegedly witnessed the shooting of a young woman by the leader of the gang. The Khumalo gang, based in Tokoza, had close links with the IFP and was reportedly involved in the ...
Was shot and severely injured when members of the Khumalo gang attacked a stokvel she was attending in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 12 December 1992. The IFP-aligned gang was a key participant in the conflict on the East Rand. Ms Mgwadleni was disabled as a result of her injuries and died soon after ...
A self-defence unit member (SDU) who was severely beaten by members of the SAP, allegedly in the company of the leader of the IFP-linked Khumalo gang. Mr Mthabela and his brother were subsequently shot dead, allegedly by IFP supporters, in two separate incidents during July and June 1994 See ...
An IFP-aligned Khumalo gang member who was shot dead by ANC supporters on 13 December 1992 at a shebeen frequented by ANC supporters in Tokoza, Tvl, because of his alleged involvement in the murder and rape of three teenagers the previous day. The Khumalo gang was responsible for killing two ANC ...
Was shot and severely injured, allegedly by Khumalo gang members at a shebeen in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 13 December 1992. One other person was killed and another severely injured in this attack. Ms Biyela was paralysed as a result of the shooting, reportedly in retaliation for the shooting earlier ...
Was shot dead by members of the Khumalo gang in Tokoza, Transvaal, in 1993. Reverend Mbhekisini Khumalo’s IFP-aligned vigilante gang based in Tokoza was a significant participant in the conflict on the East Rand and was allegedly involved in the murder of key political leaders in Tokoza. The ...
Was shot and killed by members of the IFP-related `Khumalo Gang` at Ngema Tavern, Natalspruit, Transvaal, on the 22 January 1993. Many people were killed and injured in the attack. Three perpetrators applied for amnesty. Two perpetrators were refused and one was granted amnesty (AC/2000/198). See ...
... when he was shot in the leg in Tokoza, Transvaal, in 1993. The perpetrators were members of the ISU allegedly accompanied by the leader of the Khumalo gang. Mr Mhlambi was also detained under emergency regulations in 1985 and subsequently spent three years in detention at Modderbee prison in ...
An ANC member who was assaulted, hacked and burnt to death on 1 August 1993 by members of Khumalo gang, an IFP-aligned vigilante group after being directed with five other ANC supporters to Khumalo Street, Tokoza, Transvaal, where the gang was based.
An ANC supporter who had her home destroyed and was shot and injured in an attack by Khumalo gang members in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 15 January 1993. The gang was allegedly involved in the murder of key political leaders in Tokoza.
An ANC supporter who was shot dead by a named member of the IFP-aligned Khumalo gang on 1 January 1993 in Tokoza, Transvaal . He and four others were attacked in the ‘no-go’ area of Khumalo Street.
An ANC supporter who was assaulted, hacked and burnt to death by Khumalo gang members on 1 August 1993. The gang had close links to the IFP and was a significant participant in the violent conflict on the East Rand, including the murder of key political leadership in Tokoza.
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