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Vlakplaas

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a farm near Pretoria used as a base for police hit squads

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... Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, weregranted amnesty (AC/2000/215). ...
Was one of four ANC members killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Transvaal, on 8 June 1988. Nine Security Branch operatives, including the commander of Vlakplaas, were granted amnesty (AC/2001/273). See Piet Retief ambushes.
... and Security Branch headquarters. Two operatives from the Eastern Cape Security Branch and seven from Security Branch headquarters, including the Vlakplaas commander and his commanding officer, were refused amnesty for the operation. Applicants presented different versions as to why the four ...
... Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, were granted amnesty (AC/2000/215). ...
A COSAS member who was detained for 18 months from 25 June 1985 and forced to make a statement against his ‘comrades’ in Benoni, Transvaal . He was hunted by police after his ‘comrades’ were blown up by booby-trapped hand grenades provided by a named Vlakplaas askari.
... Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, were granted amnesty ...
... of the Security Branch during 1980. On 28 June 1984, Mr Schoon’s wife and six-year-old daughter were killed by a letter bomb. The commander of Vlakplaas and his commanding officer were granted amnesty for the 1980 attempt on Mr Schoon’s life ...
... the explosion, which was witnessed by the couple’s young children. Mr Nyawose was from Nottingham Road, near Pietermaritzburg. Two members of the Vlakplaas unit were granted amnesty for the reconnaissance phase of this operation. ...
... Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, were granted amnesty ...
... Her husband was killed and two bodyguards injured in the explosion, which was witnessed by the couple’s young children. Two members of the Vlakplaas unit were granted amnesty for the reconnaissance phase of this operation. ...
... Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, were granted amnesty ...
Transkei, on 22 November 1990. Seven TDF soldiers were killed and some thirty three wounded. Four of the coup conspirators were granted amnesty. Six Vlakplaas operatives were granted amnesty for providing arms for the attempted coup. An SADF Military Intelligence operative who applied for amnesty ...
Was one of four MK operatives killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Tvl, on 12 June 1988. See Piet Retief ambushes. Fifteen Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander of Eastern Transvaal and of Vlakplaas , were granted amnesty (AC/2001/273).
... frequented by ANC supporters. Four members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch, including the divisional commander and his deputy, and one Vlakplaas operative were granted amnesty for the operation (AC/2001/046). ...
... frequented by ANC supporters. Four members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch, including the divisional commander and his deputy, and one Vlakplaas operative were granted amnesty for the operation (AC/2001/046). ...
An MK operative who was killed in a shoot-out at the home of ANC member Tryphina Jokweni in Umlazi, Durban, on 24 April 1987 by Security Police members from Vlakplaas and Durban who had infiltrated their unit. Three MK operatives were killed and one security policeman was injured.
A SANSCO member from White River, Tvl, who was killed, along with two others, in an ambush mounted by operatives from Vlakplaas and section D of Security Branch headquarters near Bhunya, Swaziland on 12 February 1989. The three were lured into the ambush by a Security Branch agent purporting to be ...
... frequented by ANC supporters. Four members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch, including the divisional commander and his deputy, and one Vlakplaas operative were granted amnesty for the operation (AC/2001/046). ...
Was shot dead by members of the Security Police in Guguletu, Cape Town, on 3 March 1986, in the Guguletu Seven incident. Two Security Branch members from Vlakplaas were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/2001/276).
Was one of four MK operatives killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Tvl, on 12 June 1988. See Piet Retief ambushes. Fifteen Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander of Eastern Transvaal and of Vlakplaas , were granted amnesty (AC/2001/273).
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