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The victims' index provides a comprehensive listing of the known victims of politically motivated crimes during the apartheid era, as identified through the TRC.

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The list provides detailed information related to personal loss, death or injury, as well as the victim's age at the time of the incident.

TRC Victims - Letter F

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FAAS, Adri 'Aaron'18was shot dead by a named SAP member, using his private fire arm, in Paarl, Cape Town, on 28 August 1985, the day of the Pollsmoor March. References
FABA, July SoulWas shot dead in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 30 April 1993 at a night vigil for a civic leader allegedly killed by IFP supporters.References
FADANA, Buzile21Was shot dead by named members of the Riot Police in Worcester, Cape, on 9 November 1985.References
FAFUDI, Rosy Matshidiso15A youth activist who was arrested and severely beaten with batons by members of the SAP at Welverdiend police station, Carletonville, Transvaal, on 13 May 1986.References
FAHRENFORT, CraigWas one of ten students arrested after a political rally in Athlone, Cape Town, on 17 September 1985. They were later severely beaten by named and other members of the SAP at the Brackenfell police station.References
FAHRENFORT, GrantWas one of ten students arrested after a political rally in Athlone, Cape Town, on 17 September 1985. They were then severely beaten by named and other members of the SAP at the Brackenfell police station.References
FAKATHI, Enoch Knox59Was displaced when his church was burnt down on 27 April 1983 at Lamontville, Durban.References
FAKAZI, David Bano BekithembaThe father of an MK operative who was stabbed to death by named Inkatha supporters in Durban, on 17 March 1990. The perpetrators were sentenced to twelve years in prison.References
FAKAZI, Harrison Thobani ‘Themba’ 27He has not been seen since he returned from military training abroad in March 1991 to attend his father’s funeral in Umlazi, Durban. His name appears on the list of ANC people who died in exile.References
FAKAZI, Nkosiyapha Selnick60A UDF supporter whose house was burnt down by Amasinyora vigilantes, assisted by members of the KwaZulu Police, at KwaMashu, Durban, on 26 December 1989. One family member was raped in the attack.References
FAKAZI, Rosemary Nonhlanhla32A UDF supporter who was raped when Amasinyora vigilantes, assisted by members of the KwaZulu Police, attacked her home on 26 December 1989 in KwaMashu, Durban. Her home was also burnt down in the attack.References
FAKO, Klenkie19An ANCYL member who was severely assaulted by members of the SAP at the Grootvlei police station in Reddersburg, Orange Free State, in May 1990. This occurred during a school boycott, when several youth activists were assaulted and tortured by the police.References
FAKO, Nonhlanhla ElsieA COSAS member who died when she was shot several times in the back by members of the SAP in KwaGuqa, Witbank, Transvaal, on 16 July 1985 during a school boycott to demand the release of students held in custody for participating in a school fees protest.References
FAKU, Jane Grace Gazi60was shot dead by members of the SAP during political unrest in Uitenhage, Cape, on 2 May 1985.References
FAKU, Matthews Lindile21An ANC supporter who disappeared after he left home for work in Port Elizabeth during 1961. He is thought to have joined MK in exile, but has never been seen again.References
FAKU, Mayford Wele25A UDF supporter who died in January 1979 while in exile in Botswana.References
FAKU, Mhlabuvukile22Was deported from Kokstad to Sekhukhuneland during the Pondoland revolt in 1960. See Pondoland revolt. References
FAKU, Phumelele Michael 27A UDF supporter who disappeared after his father’s funeral in Port Elizabeth on 19 October 1985, and has not been seen since.References
FAKU, Queeneth24Was constantly harassed and intimidated by ANC supporters. On 15 August 1992, her house was stoned and subsequently burnt down in Paterson, Cape, after she was accused of acting as an informer for the town clerk, who was unpopular with the community at the time.References
FAKU, Sisa16A COSAS member who was shot dead on 6 August 1983 at Mdantsane, Ciskei, in a random police shooting during the Mdantsane bus boycott. See Mdantsane bus boycott. References
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