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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 NA-NF

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NADITSE, Constance Bengbahlogo 42Was shot and seriously injured by members of the SAP in White City, Soweto, Johannesburg, on 26 August 1986. Police were going from house to house in the township, trying to force people to pay rent.References
NAGADI, AnnahWas injured and suffered damage to property during the Boipatong massacre by IFP supporters in Boipatong, near Vanderbijlpark, Transvaal, on 17 June 1992, which left forty five people dead and twenty seven seriously injured. Thirteen perpetrators were granted amnesty; a further three applications were refused (AC/2000/209).References
NAGE, Maxwell Thamsanqa 17Was shot in the eye when police opened fire on a student protest march in Viljoenskroon, Orange Free State (OFS), on 19 April 1990. He was blinded in one eye as a result of his injuries. Five people were killed and six others injured in the shooting. References
NAGI, Poyinda Masokisi 48An ANC member who was detained at Mkambati Forest police station, Flagstaff, Transkei, in 1970. In detention he was severely assaulted and tortured by being suspended from an iron bar by named members of the SAP.References
NAIDOO, Dinan27Was severely injured when a limpet mine, planted by MK operatives, exploded during lunchtime at the Wimpy restaurant in Benoni, Transvaal, on 30 July 1988. One woman was killed and at least 66 people were injured. Four MK operatives were granted amnesty for the planning and execution of the attack (AC/1999/0294). References
NAIDOO, GregoryWas injured in a limpet mine explosion at the Mobeni post office in Durban on 8 December 1985. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/152 and AC/2001/139). References
NAIDOO, Indris Elatchininathan26An MK operative who was arrested, tortured and later sentenced to ten years for sabotage in Johannesburg, in 1963. Mr Naidoo served his sentence on Robben Island References
NAIDOO, Kamsilla2Was severely injured when a limpet mine, planted by MK operatives, exploded during lunchtime at the Wimpy restaurant in Benoni, Transvaal, on 30 July 1988. One woman was killed and at least 66 people were injured. Four MK operatives were granted amnesty for the planning and execution of the attack (AC/1999/0294). References
NAIDOO, Murthie26Was detained on his way to visit his brother on Robben Island, Cape, in 1965. He was taken to Pretoria Central prison, stripped naked, searched and held in solitary confinement for two weeks. Mr Naidoo was kept awake for two nights, interrogated, assaulted and was kept in solitary confinement for four months under the 180-day law. In 1980 he was detained under the General Law Amendment Act, assaulted and held in solitary confinement for two weeks. References
NAIDOO, Phylllis Vasendha Ruth51An ANC member from Durban who was injured in a letter bomb explosion on 5 July 1979 in Maseru, Lesotho. Five other persons were injured in the explosion. Her son, an ANC member, was later killed in Zambia in 1989. Ms Naidoo had previously been detained and house arrested in South Africa in the 1960s. References
NAIDOO, PremaAn ANC supporter and trade union activist who was detained at John Vorster Square, Johannesburg in 1982 where he was kept in solitary confinement, tortured, severely assaulted and kept awake for six days and nights, allegedly by named members of the security forces. He was later sentenced to eighteen months’ imprisonment for harbouring and assisting a prisoner who escaped from Pretoria Central prison, Pretoria, to leave the country.References
NAIDOO, RamnieWas forced to go into exile after being continually harassed and persecuted by alleged members of the Security Forces because of her political activities. References
NAIDOO, Saantha23Was severely injured when a limpet mine, planted by MK operatives, exploded during lunchtime at the Wimpy restaurant in Benoni, Tvl, on 30 July 1988. One woman was killed and at least 66 people were injured. Four MK operatives were granted amnesty for the planning and execution of the attack (AC/1999/0294). References
NAIDOO, Sahdhan28An ANC member who was shot dead on 15 April 1989 on an ANC farm near Lusaka, Zambia. Two members of the Vlakplaas unit applied for amnesty for setting up the operation but the applications failed on grounds of lack of full disclosure. A second ANC member was killed in the same attack (AC/2001/228). References
NAIDOO, Shanthavothie ‘Shanti’ A member of the Natal Indian Congress who was detained on 13 June 1968 and tortured in Johannesburg and Pretoria. Ms Naidoo was sentenced to two months’ imprisonment for refusing to become a state witness. She spent her entire sentence in solitary confinement. During the 1970s and early 1980s she was subjected to a campaign of intimidation and harassment by the Witwatersrand Security Branch. A Witwatersrand Security Branch operative was granted amnesty for the harassment (AC/2001/005).References
NAIDU, Surendra ‘Lenny’22Was one of four ANC members killed in an ambush by Security Branch operatives near Piet Retief, Transvaal, on 8 June 1988. Nine Security Branch operatives, including the commander of Vlakplaas, were granted amnesty (AC/2001/273). See Piet Retief ambushes.References
NAIK, Kantilal ChhangalalWas arrested, tortured and severely beaten by members of the Security Branch in Johannesburg, on 23 October 1971. He was detained for over five months.References
NAIR, AudreyWas injured in a limpet mine explosion at the Mobeni post office in Durban on 8 December 1985. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/152 and AC/2001/139). References
NAIR, NarainWas injured in a limpet mine explosion at the Mobeni post office in Durban on 8 December 1985. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/152 and AC/2001/139). References
NAIR, RajendranWas injured in a limpet mine explosion at the Mobeni post office in Durban on 8 December 1985. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/152 and AC/2001/139). References
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