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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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A UDF supporter who was shot and burnt to death by Imbokodo vigilantes and alleged Vlakplaas operatives during July 1986. Mr Mahlangu had left for Mamelodi when members of the Security Police came looking for him. Two weeks later his mother was told to fetch his remains from Dennilton, KwaNdebele. ...
... 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 ...
... by a teargas cannister thrown by members of the SAP during a night vigil for one of the victims killed by booby-trapped hand grenades handed out by Vlakplaas operatives. He spent nine months in hospital and his left arm is now ...
A COSAS member who was killed by an explosive device detonated by named Vlakplaas operatives in a mine shaft in Kagiso, Krugersdorp, Transvaal, on 15 February 1982. He and three other COSAS members believed they were to be trained to use hand grenades, a ploy used later increasingly by security ...
Was severely beaten by Vlakplaas operatives in Leeudoringstad, Transvaal, on 1 November 1990.
An informer who was shot and killed by Security Branch members and Vlakplaas operatives on the 14 August 1986 at the Nerston Amsterdam Road, Nerston. Mr Maphumulo was tasked by the perpetrators to infiltrate an MK unit and transport them across the border. In an ambush, four members of the unit ...
... Umtata, Transkei, on 22 November 1990. Seven TDF soldiers were killed and some 33 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 ...
... other MK operatives were killed in the attack. The raid was planned and executed by Security Branches members of the Eastern Transvaal, Soweto and Vlakplaas. The head of the Security Branch and twelve other operatives were granted amnesty ...
Was shot dead by named perpetrators in Duduza, Nigel, Transvaal, on 5 July 1985 in escalating conflict after the killing of local activists in an operation carried out by members of Vlakplaas involving booby-trapped hand grenades.
... 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 ...
... on 22 November 1990. Seven TDF soldiers were killed and some thirty three were 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 ...
... on 22 November 1990. Seven TDF soldiers were killed and some thirty three were 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 ...
Chaba died alongside three friends in a bomb blast near Vlakplaas, Transvaal, on 25 November 1991. His body was found to have bullet marks and signs of electric shocks.
... 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 ...
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.
... vehicle in Durban on 21 December 1985. Her mother and her sister were also injured in the explosion. The attack was in retaliation for a raid by Vlakplaas operatives on ANC houses in Lesotho two days earlier, in which nine people were killed. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/152 ...
... was burnt. Six Eastern Cape Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander, were refused amnesty for the killings. The commander of Vlakplaas was granted amnesty for knowledge of the incident ...
... Transvaal Security Branch operatives from the Bhunya police station in Swaziland on 14 April 1984. All four were coerced into becoming askaris at Vlakplaas. Four Eastern Transvaal Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander, were granted amnesty ...
... 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 ...
... off a cliff in a remote area near Umbumbulu, Natal. Mr Bhila had been acquitted of terrorism charges only days earlier. Two Port Natal and three Vlakplaas operatives were granted amnesty for the operation ...
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