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MKWANAZI, (first names not given)


A member of the SAP who was shot and killed when the vehicle he was driving was attacked by two APLA members in Guguletu, Cape Town, on 12 January 1993. One APLA member was granted amnesty (AC/1998/0103). See APLA attacks.

... sorrow, we share your rage and we share your pride. Know that South Africans for generations to come will remember these heroes. Revolutions are not made by leaders; they are made by the men and women who serve as foot soldiers on the long walk to freedom. Their names are inscribed on the ...
This episode reports on the honorary reburial of five ANC cadres, members of an Umkhonto we Sizwe cell ?The Butterfly Unit? - Phila Ndwandwe, Bheki Mkwanazi and Mbova Mzimela - exhumed from unmarked graves and members of ?Operation Vula? - Charles Ndaba and Mbuso Tshabalala - whose bodies were ...
According to IMF statistics capital flight from South Africa reached a total of over 25 billion US dollars between 1990 and 1994.
... the ANC’s ambitious strategy to create an underground military network inside the country. But there are no bodies. Ndaba and Tshabalala were not buried; they were simply dumped in the Tugela river. Yesterday these five ANC cadres were finally laid to ...
14 March this year. A farm in Kwazulu-Natal. The rich soil is turned endlessly, but the furious digging and scooping, digging and scooping is not to prepare the land for harvest, it is to unearth some of the secrets of the past: bodies, skeletal remains of ANC activists, thought to have ...
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