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TRC Final Report

Page Number (Original) 507

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Volume 1

Chapter 13

Subsection 50

1995 Commission of Inquiry into Unrest in Prisons - Appointed by the President on 27 June 1994

Mandate: 1) To inquire into, consider and report on the causes, course and consequences of the unrest that occurred in South African prisons during the period 26 April 1994 to 13 June 1994; 2) to investigate the circumstances and causes of any deaths or injuries which occurred in the said unrest; 3) to recommend steps that can be taken to prevent the future occurrence of such unrest or to minimise its risk; and 4) to inquire into and report to the President on any matter which seems to the Commission to be relevant to the proceedings.

Date of Report: February 1995

Chair: KRIEGLER, J. C.

Ref: R 125/1994

1995 Commission of Inquiry into Alleged Arms Transactions between Armscor and one Eli Wazan, and other Related Matters

Mandate: 1) To inquire into, consider and report on- a) all aspects and surrounding circumstances of the transaction/s between Armscor and one Eli Wazan for the sale of weapons, arms components and related materials; b) the facts relating to other arms deals and other transactions relating to arms components and related material since 2 February 1990, with a view to identifying any possible similarities between such other transactions and the transaction/s referred to in paragraph (a) above; c) the identity of all persons, parties and/or countries involved in such transactions and their antecedents; d) whether there was any connection between such transactions and any other matter; e) whether such transactions violated- i) any law and/or ii) any international embargo; f) whether prima facie evidence exists indicating that any person committed-i) a criminal offence; or ii) serious misconduct, negligence or impropriety. 2) To comment, in the context of South Africa’s national and international obligations and responsibilities, on the appropriateness of-a) South Africa’s current trade policy with regard to weapons, arms components and related materials; and b) decision-making processes with regard to such trade. 3) To submit an interim report (and further interim reports) as soon as possible.

Date of Report: First Report: 15 June 1995 Second Report: 20 November 1995

Chair: CAMERON, E

Ref: First Report: S 297/208 Second Report: S 297/215

REPORTS OF THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY REGARDING THE PREVENTION OF PUBLIC VIOLENCE (GOLDSTONE COMMISSION)
  • First Interim Report (Jan 1992)
  • Interim Report: Violence at Mooi River, Natal (Feb 1992)
  • Further Interim Report on Mooi River (Feb 1992)
  • Report: Incidents at President Steyn Gold Mine, Welkom (Feb 1992)
  • Report: Press statement by IFP on 24 March 1992 (Apr 1992)
  • Second Interim Report (Apr 1992)
  • Report: Conduct of members of 32 Battalion in April 1992 (Jun 1992)
  • First Interim Report: Violence in the taxi industry (Jun 1992)
  • Second Interim Report: Violence in the taxi industry (Jul 1992)
  • Interim Report: Train violence (Jul 1992)
  • Interim Report: Violence in hostels (Sept 1992)
  • Report: Preliminary inquiry into the Bisho incident on 7 September 1992 (Sept 1992)
  • Report: Allegations of planning or instigation of acts of violence by the SAP in the Vaal area (Oct 1992)
  • Report: Violence in Tokoza (Nov 1992)
  • Third Interim Report: Taxi violence (Dec 1992)
  • Report: Presence of Renamo soldiers in KwaZulu (Dec 1992)
  • Third Interim Report (Dec 1992)
  • Final Report: Violence at Mooi River, Natal (Dec 1992)
  • Report: Regulation of gatherings (Jan 1993)
  • Fourth Interim Report: Taxi violence in Groblersdal and surrounding areas (Feb 1993)
  • Interim Report: APLA (Mar 1993)
  • Final Report: Regulation of gatherings (Apr 1993)
  • Final Report: Train violence (May 1993)
  • Report: Allegations published in the Vrye Weekblad dated 30 October 1992 concerning a third force (May 1993)
  • Report: Allegations concerning front companies of the SADF, the training by the SADF of Inkatha supporters in 1986 and the ‘Black Cats’ (Jun 1993)
  • Report by the committee appointed to hold a workshop to consider events after the assassination and during the funeral of Mr. Chris Hani (Jun 1993)
  • Report of the multi-national panel to inquire into the curbing of violence before, during and after the forthcoming election (Aug 1993)
  • Fifth Interim Report: Taxi violence in the Western Cape and in general (1993)
  • Report: Illegal importation, distribution and use of firearms, ammunition and explosive devices (Oct 1993)
  • Report: Crossroads (Cape) during March to June 1993 (Nov 1993)
  • Report: Incidents of violence at Mossel Bay: July 1993 (Oct 1993)
  • Fourth Interim Report (Dec 1993)
  • Report: Incidents in Katlehong on 9 January 1994 (Jan 1994)
  • Interim Report: Criminal political violence by elements within the SAP, the KwaZulu Police and the Inkatha Freedom Party (Mar 1994)
  • Interim Report: Wallis Committee - causes of the incidents between IFP and ANC (Mar 1994)
  • Second Interim Report: Wallis Committee - specific matters (Mar 1994)
  • Final Report: Attacks on members of the SAP (Apr 1994)
  • Report: Preliminary inquiry into the shooting incidents which took place in the centre of Johannesburg on 28 March 1994 (Apr 1994)
  • Report: Preliminary inquiry into the attempted purchase of firearms by the KwaZulu government from Escom (Apr 1994)
  • Report: Attack on the Power Park squatter camp on 27 July 1993 (May 1994)
  • Fifth Interim Report (May 1994)
  • Sixth Interim Report: Violence in the taxi industry in the King William’s town area (Jul 1994)
  • Seventh Interim Report: Violence in the taxi industry in the Queenstown area (Aug 1994)
  • Report: The effects of public violence and intimidation on children (Oct 1994)
  • Final Report by the Commission (Oct 1994)
  • NOTE: All these reports can be found in the Parliamentary Library in Cape Town (not yet catalogued as of July 1997).

 
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