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KHUMALO, (first name not given)

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A leader of the Khumalo gang who suffered damage to property when members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) detonated a hand grenade at his home during political conflict in Tokoza, Transvaal, during 1994. Three SDU members were granted amnesty (AC/1999/0243). See self-defence units (SDU).

... and there he is. Finding the bishop was too difficult for the police who have dozens of his dockets outstanding. It remains to be seen whether another man of the cloak, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, will do any better. So far the bishop has not been subpoenaed by the Truth and Reconciliation ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
There has never been an official explanation for Khumalo’s untouchable status. Most victims couldn’t even get as far as the police station to lay a complaint. In order to get there they would need to walk through a war zone, Khumalo street: the no go area between the IFP supporting hostels and ...
Vigilante gang leader, ‘Bishop’ Mbekizeni Khumalo, Thokoza, East Rand
I was nearly hanged for something I didn’t do, I didn’t know anything about. I asked myself that how many people have been hanged who are innocent. Even today I’m not able to believe that I was in death row. // Duma Khumalo was granted a stay of execution 24 hours before he was to be hanged.
... 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. ...
... between the ANC and the IFP. One of its victims was the young civic leader, Sam Ntuli. He was shot down in 1991 in Khumalo street, Tokoza’s notorious alley of death. His killers have never been caught. // Those who have killed my brother we suspect that they are some of the members of the ...
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 ...
Mister Zazi Khuzwayo was another ordinary person whose life was ended by a bullet. In September 1988 he got involved in an argument with a well known IFP leader in his community. // It was on the 9th of May 1987. My husband, since he was a businessman, was at his businesses and we then left with ...
There were strong men but at night people cry. When you ask them why are you crying they said I was dreaming I’m on my way to the death row.
it was holy, you respected that place. // Warrant Officer Johan Steynberg escorted condemned prisoners to their death for over two years. On Tuesday Khumalo, McBride and Steynberg gave the Truth and Reconciliation Commission a realistic account of life and death behind these walls at Pretoria ...
When they were in the middle of Khumalo street a group of men accosted them. They were Inkatha men; they stopped them and they took out guns and they said they should drive into the hostel.
The preacher man showed little or no signs of violence until 1992 when his daughter was raped by a thug called Mugabe. Khumalo tried to mobilize the youth to hunt Mugabe down. When this failed he blamed the students and the party they supported.
detail of the proposals for a third force agreed to by the State Security Council, again at meetings where De Klerk was present. The aim was a force not linked to the SADF or the police which would attack the government’s opponents ruthlessly and use methods of terrorism. Ministers Magnus Malan ...
When they were in the middle of Khumalo street; a group of men accosted them, they were Inkatha men. They stopped them and they took out guns and they said they should drive into the hostel.
Ethel Ntuli was supported during the hearing by her son, Mbusi. Even though her other son, Victor escaped death by not being home during the massacre Ntuli believes that it was the IFP who finally killed him. No inquest was ever held into his death. // In November last year 18 people were arrested ...
... neighbourly greetings, whom they broke bread with, and whom they sat in the same meetings with. But on the night of March 4 1986 they discovered another face of terror. ...
Khumalo and his co-accused known as the Sharpeville Six were sentenced to death for murder, subversion and public violence in 1985. He’s still battling to come to terms with what he calls the unique horror of having to contemplate one’s final moments on the gallows.
 
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