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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 K

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KABAI, Seabata Salman19An ANC supporter who was shot in the chest and knee by members of the SAP in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 28 March 1991 during a stayaway in the area. Both bullets are still lodged in his body.References
KABANYANE, (first name not given)A member of the SAP who was severely beaten by KZP members on 9 July 1990 in Umbumbulu, KwaZulu, during political conflict.References
KABELE (GABELE), Sydney Mbongeni29An ANC supporter whose house near Empangeni, Natal, was burnt down by IFP supporters on 3 December 1992.References
KABI, Sekoala Elliot24Was shot dead by members of the SAP during the Sharpeville massacre in Sharpeville, Vereeniging, Transvaal, on 21 March 1960. See Sharpeville massacre. References
KABINI, JacobWas arrested by members of the KwaNdebele Police at Siyabuswa, KwaNdebele, on 4 September 1987 and detained without trial for eight months under emergency regulations. When he was finally charged, together with three other detainees, the charges were dropped.References
KABINI, Sam Benzane 51Was evicted by supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, Transvaal, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu stood to benefit from the State’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa, and his supporters launched widespread attacks on residents who resisted incorporation. References
KABINI, Walther SiphoAn ANC supporter who was shot dead when Bophuthatswana police fired on a crowd gathered to protest against police brutality at City Rocks Stadium, Winterveld, Bophuthatswana on 26 March 1986. See City Rocks shooting. See police brutality. References
KADI, BennetWas stabbed with a spade and then burnt to death by named perpetrators in Zeerust, Transvaal, on 17 March 1994. Mr Kadi was accused of being a member of the Bophuthatswana Democratic Party and a supporter of the Mangope regime.References
KADI, Matokelo Selina57Her house was destroyed in an arson attack in 1976 in Maboloka, Bophuthatswana, during a struggle over chieftaincy in the area.References
KADIAKA, Letlapa Austin19Was arrested during a protest march in Mamelodi, Pretoria, on 1 December 1985 and assaulted by members of the SAP. Mr Kadiaka was detained again after being released on bail.References
KADIAKA, Matswene Frans 49He lost his home in GaMatlala, Lebowa, when it was burnt down by supporters of Chief BK Matlala on 2 February 1980, because Mr Kadiaka resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
KADILE, Tsholofetso Daniel40Was stabbed and injured by named perpetrators in Lekubu, Bophuthatswana, on 5 January 1991 because he resisted the forced incorporation of Lekubu into Bophuthatswana.References
KADINI, Mthuthuzeli25An UDF supporter who was detained and sjambokked by members of the SAP on 21 June 1986 during the state of emergency in Paterson, Cape. He was held in detention for six months.References
KADISA, Evellyn41Was shot and injured by Bophuthatswana Police during a meeting at Dryharts Bathlapin tribal office in Taung, Bophuthatswana, on 6 December 1990. Dryharts villagers had summoned chief Jerry Mahura to hear their grievances when police dispersed the crowd with teargas and sjamboks.References
KADISE, Dimakatso Kleinbooi58Was severely beaten by Bophuthatswana Police during a meeting at Dryharts Bathlapin tribal office in Taung, Bophuthatswana, on 6 December 1990. Dryharts villagers had summoned chief Jerry Mahura to hear their grievances when police dispersed the crowd with teargas and sjamboks.References
KAGOLA, Nomatilatila GladysWas seriously injured when she was shot in the back of the head by members of the SAP in Emdeni South, Soweto, Johannesburg, on 6 April 1991 after an IFP rally was held in the vicinity. She and her son were visiting a relative when neighbours saw members of the SAP attack the house. Two others were injured in the attack.References
KAHLA, Mlungisi Atwell35A Transkei Defence Force (TDF) soldier who was killed during an attempted coup in Umtata, Transkei, 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 for his role in supporting the coup, later withdrew his application (AC/2000/036; AC/2001/095 and AC/2001/199).References
KAIBE, Ben52A COSAS member who died after being hit by a teargas canister allegedly fired by a named member of the SAP in Rocklands, Bloemfontein, on 9 March 1985. He was returning from the funeral of his nephew, also a COSAS member, who had been killed by the police.References
KAIBE, Moses Mohapeloa20A COSAS member who was shot dead by a named member of the SAP in Mangaung, Bloemfontein, on 27 February 1985. The incident occurred on the first day of a schools boycott. A fifty two year old relative was shot dead by the police after attending his funeral.References
KAIZER, Tobias Hendrik Frans52A school principal in Lamberts Bay, Cape, who was the subject of a protracted campaign to discredit him between 1988 and 1989 because of his political and community activities. He received death threats, fake pamphlets were issued in his name, his vehicle was burnt, and false charges were brought against him.References
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