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KHUMALO, Bishop

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A leader of the Khumalo gang who suffered damage to his home and motor vehicle when it was attacked by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) in Tokoza, Transvaal, during November 1993. Two SDU members were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/1999/0186). See self-defence units (SDU).

Bishop Mbekizeni Khumalo has been appearing in unrest monitoring reports since 1991. The self styled Zionist bishop is fairly easy to track down. Drive past Tokoza police station, turn left, turn left again and there he is. Finding the bishop was too difficult for the police who have dozens of his ...
It is often assumed that a religious person will be a man of peace. In that case something went horribly wrong with Zionist bishop Mbekezeni Khumalo of Tokoza after his daughter was raped in 1992. Khumalo formed a vigilante group in revenge, as well as for profit. As the Khumalo gang was soon side ...
They didn’t seem to believe that Lucky was a student. Khumalo would come together with the police, the Boers, and they just didn’t care what damage they caused there. My youngest sister managed to run away from home because they were also assaulted during all those raids. // The man who shot ...
... heart of the rural uprising against apartheid. And we talk to one of the most talked about men on the East Rand, vigilante leader Bishop Mbekizeni Khumalo. We start in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands where three former policemen this week applied for amnesty for the murder of an ANC member in 1991. ...
Khumalo was collaborating with the police, working hand in hand with them so that we’re not in a position of reporting him. // Bishop Mbekizeni Khumalo has been described as a policeman and as a member of the Inkatha Freedom Party. There’s also a point of view which believes that he was simply ...
... Tshabe, the youngest victims of police violence to speak before the TRC. The final segment focuses on vigilante gang leader, ?Bishop? Mbekizeni Khumalo from Tokoza on the East Rand, many of whose victims have spoken out at the HRV Committee hearings held in Duduza this week (4 to 7 ...
 
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