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Sofasonke Party

Explanation
an anti-ANC group backed by Lebowa President Nelson Ramodike. In 1989 Sofasonke members attacked residents of villages around Bushbuckridge, Lebowa, whom they believed to be opposed to the Lebowa government.

Was shot in the leg by named members of the Sofasonke Party in Phelindaba, Tzaneen, Transvaal, on 4 June 1991. Ms Chiloane’s aunt was shot dead and several others were injured in the attack. The Sofasonke Party targeted residents opposed to the Lebowa government.
She lost her home in Bushbuckridge, Transvaal, during an arson attack by members of the Sofasonke Party on 25 December 1989. The Sofasonke Party targeted residents they believed opposed the Lebowa homeland government.
An ANC supporter who was shot by members of the Sofasonke Party while patrolling Greenvale village, near Bushbuckridge, Lebowa, on 29 December 1989. The Sofasonke Party was backed by Lebowa President Nelson Ramodike.
Was shot dead in Phelindaba, Tzaneen, Transvaal, on 4 June 1991 while helping extinguish a fire caused by an arson attack by the Sofasonke Party vigilante group on a neighbour’s home. Ms Chiloane’s niece and several others were injured in the attack. The group targeted residents they believed ...
Was shot dead and her house set alight by supporters of the Sofasonke Party in Bushbuckridge, Lebowa, on 4 June 1991 because of her son`s political activities.
A UDF supporter who was shot and killed, by supporters of the Sofasonke Party in Mapaleng, Bushbuckridge, Lebowa, on 29 December 1989.
 
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