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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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... 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 ...
... their vehicle in Durban on 21 December 1985. Her two daughters 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 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 his knowledge of the incident ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
An unidentified askari who was stabbed to death by MK operatives who were attempting to escape from the covert Security Branch farm, Vlakplaas, Transvaal, over New Year in 1981. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/1999/215).
... in his hand in Duduza, Nigel, Transvaal, on 25 June 1985. He was one of seven activists in the area recruited for supposed guerrilla training by Vlakplaas operatives and then killed or injured in the incident. Fifteen Security Branch operatives, including the head of the Security Branch and ...
Was abducted and killed by Security Police operating from Vlakplaas, Transvaal in 1981. The aim of the abduction was to turn him into an askari .
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 ...
... in Cape Town. Ms Mayoli`s family had been under constant police surveillance because her brother was an MK operative. He was later killed in a Vlakplaas raid into Lesotho in December ...
... 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 ...
... was killed when a booby-trapped limpet mine exploded in his hands on 25/26 June 1985, in Duduza, Transvaal. The limpet mine had been provided by a Vlakplaas operative purporting to be an MK operative, who had also provided other COSAS members with booby-trapped hand-grenades. See Operation Zero ...
Was shot and burnt to death by Vlakplaas operatives during July 1986. He was lured to KwaNdebele by an askari with promises of joining the ANC in exile but instead he and two other activists were killed.
An ANC member who was shot dead on 15 April 1989 on an ANC farm near Lusaka, Zambia. Two members of the Vlakplaas unit applied for amnesty for setting up the operation but the applications were refused on grounds of lack of full disclosure. A second ANC member was killed in the same attack.
Was one of four ANC members killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Tvl, on 8 June 1988. See Piet Retief ambushes. Nine Security Branch operatives, including the commander of Vlakplaas, were granted amnesty (AC/2001/273).
Was one of four MK operatives killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Transvaal, 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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