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Ncalu attacks

Explanation
Intense political fighting broke out between ANC and IFP supporters in Ncalu, Ixopo, Natal, in late June 1992, allegedly sparked by the earlier killing of a woman from the IFP-dominated area of Maweni and the burning of several homes by youths believed to be ANC supporters. More than 100 people fled Ncalu after 20 homes were burnt down.

An ANC supporter whose home at Ncalu, Ixopo, Natal, was burnt down in June 1992 in intense conflict between ANC and IFP supporters in the area. See Ncalu attacks.
She had her home in Ncalu, Ixopo, Natal, burnt down by IFP supporters in political conflict on 1 July 1993. Twenty homes were burnt down. More than one hundred and ten people who fled the area after arson attacks refused to return, claiming that the SADF had assisted the attackers.
An ANC supporter who had her home in Ncalu, Ixopo, Natal, burnt down by IFP supporters on 4 July 1993. More than one hundred and ten people fled the area after a series of arson attacks in June and July 1993.
 
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