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Ndwedwe election attack

Explanation
On 12 April 1994, five IFP supporters attacked nine employees of a private company who were delivering IEC election pamphlets in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban. The nine employees were accused of being ANC supporters and were severely tortured. Eight were killed; the survivor was badly injured and took three days to crawl back to safety. One IFP member was convicted for the attack.

An ANC supporter and employee of a private company who was killed by IFP supporters while distributing IEC pamphlets in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 12 April 1994. Seven colleagues were killed with him. One IFP member was convicted for the attack. See Ndwedwe election attack..
An employee of a private company who was killed by IFP supporters while distributing IEC pamphlets in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 12 April 1994. Seven colleagues were killed with him. One IFP member was convicted for the attack. See Ndwedwe election attack.
An employee of a private company who was killed by IFP supporters while distributing IEC pamphlets in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 12 April 1994. Seven colleagues were killed with him. One IFP member was convicted for the attack. See Ndwedwe election attack.
An ANC supporter and an employee of a private company who was killed by IFP supporters while distributing IEC pamphlets in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 12 April 1994. Seven colleagues were killed with him. One IFP member was convicted for the attack. See Ndwedwe election attack.
... killed, Mr Mkhwanazi was the only one to survive. It took him three days to crawl back to safety. One IFP member was convicted for the attack. See Ndwedwe election ...
 
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