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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 J

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JABANE, Petros Linda (aka ‘Gordon Dikepu’)Was shot dead by members of the SAP at a house in Chiawelo, Soweto, Johannesburg, in November 1980. The police allegedly removed the body and did not issue the family with a death certificate. Mr Jabane’s burial place has never been revealed although police later released a report that he had committed suicide after killing three policemen. The house owner’s son was also killed in the attack.References
JABULANA, Mantombi Kate63An ANC supporter whose home was burnt down by IFP supporters in Gamalakhe, KwaZulu, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 20 March 1993.References
JACA, Nkobe Joseph 40An ANC supporter who was stabbed and hacked to death by IFP supporters in Bhambayi, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 28 February 1993 in intense conflict between the ‘Red’ and ‘Green’ factions. References
JACK, Andile16Was shot and injured in Nyanga, Cape Town, on 19 June 1991, when a group of men opened fire on the vehicle in which he was travelling, killing his uncle, an ANC activist. A member of an ANC self-defence unit applied for and was refused amnesty for the incident (AC/2000/003).References
JACK, Bennet Ndyundyu50An ANC member who was shot in the right leg by members of the Ciskei Defence Force (CDF) in Bisho, Ciskei, on 7 September 1992, during an ANC protest march to demand free political activity in Ciskei. Thirty people were killed and two hundred people were injured in what became known as the Bisho massacre. Two members of the former CDF were refused amnesty for the shooting (AC/2000/122).References
JACK, Gladman LuyandaWas shot and beaten by SAP members on 21 March 1960 when police used teargas, batons and bullets to break up an anti-pass demonstration in Langa, Cape Town.References
JACK, Loyiso Rosho20A member of the East London Youth Congress who was shot dead by a member of the SADF on 2 September 1985 during intense public unrest in Duncan Village, East London. See Duncan Village. References
JACK, Mbuyiselo James22An ANC supporter who was shot dead by named members of the SAP at Lawaaikamp, George, Cape, on 15 February 1986, while taking part in protests against forced removals from Lawaaikamp to Sandkraal.References
JACK, Mkhuseli John22A youth activist who was detained, interrogated and tortured by members of the Port Elizabeth Security Branch during 1979. In 1985, Mr Jack, then a UDF activist and PEYCO president, was again detained and tortured. A former member of the Port Elizabeth Security Branch was refused amnesty for the 1985 torture (AC/1997/0068).References
JACK, MthuthuzeliA SANCO member who died in East London in August 1985 after he was shot by members of the SADF during intense public unrest in Duncan Village, East London. See Duncan Village. References
JACK, Mziwonke Solomon 'Pro ' 33An ANC member and former Robben Island prisoner who was shot dead in Nyanga, Cape Town, on 19 June 1991 when a group of men opened fire on the vehicle in which he was travelling. His nephew was wounded in the attack. A member of an ANC self-defence unit applied for and was refused amnesty for the incident (AC/2000/003). See self-defence units (SDU).References
JACK, Nothemba Lydia17Was severely assaulted by members of the SAP in Indwe, Cape, on 19 June 1986 for allegedly taking part in a toyi-toyi .References
JACK, Strekkie Mizayifani 41A PAC supporter who was arrested in April 19sixty eight in Victoria West, Cape, and sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for being a Poqo member. References
JACK, Stutu Weaveman 42An ANC member who suffered damages when his house was attacked by named members of ADM and Ciskei Defence Force (CDF) on 18 August 1992 and 22 September 1993, during political conflict in Balasi, King William’s Town, Cape.References
JACKIE, (other details unknown)An MK operative who was targeted along with three others for assassination. The first attempt took place at the Lion Park Motel in August 1987 and the second at the Oasis Motel in Gaborone in September 1987. Both operations, jointly conducted by SADF Special Forces and the Security Branch, were unsuccessful. The divisional commander of the Western Transvaal Security Branch and five Soweto Security Branch operatives were granted amnesty for their role in the operations (AC/1999/0308).References
JACKSON, Kumvusele WilliamWas shot and injured by members of the SAP in Langa, Uitenhage, Cape, on 21 March 1985 when police opened fire on mourners marching to a funeral. At least twenty people were killed and many injured in the shooting. See Langa shootings.References
JACKSON, Mayela Zekelo 42He had his home destroyed in an arson attack by IFP supporters in Bhambayi, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 18 February 1993, in political conflict between the ‘Red’ and ‘Green’ factions. References
JACOB, Khululekile Lucky25An MK operative who was tortured by members of the Ciskei Police in Dimbaza, Ciskei, in March 1983 during a crackdown on ANC and MK operatives in the area.References
JACOB, Toko Lernard39A PAC supporter who was arrested, given electric shocks and splashed with water by SAP members in Bellville, Cape Town. He stood trial for meeting with PAC members in Lesotho but was acquitted.References
JACOBS, Allan18A UDF supporter who was shot in the eye by a member of the SAP during a consumer boycott in Graaff-Reinet, Cape, on 15 July 1985.References
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