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NDLOVU, S’thembele

Age 6

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Was shot dead on January 1987 in the Kwamakhutha massacre at KwaMakhutha, Amanzimtoti, near Durban. Thirteen people were killed, including eight children, in an attack carried out by Inkatha supporters. Two former Inkatha members were granted amnesty for their role in planning the attack (AC/1999/0332).

out by former Natal Security Branch members applying for amnesty. Natal Security Branch members also applied for amnesty for the killing of Sibusiso Ndlovu, Mazwi Vilakazi and Vusi Mtshali - three student activists who were executed and blown to pieces at the Phoenix Railway Station on 18 November ...
... right wingers, Leo Froneman and Peter Harmse, for the 1993 Bronkhorstspruit bomb attack and that of Daveyton Youth Congress member, Phineas Ndlovu, for an arson attack on the Masupa family home which left four people dead. The following segment covers the HRV Committee hearings held in ...
... ashes after comrades decided that one member, Hendrik Masupa was an informer. Four inhabitants burnt to death and four others were injured. Phinias Ndlovu who has spent time on death row for these killings is now asking for amnesty for what he argues was politically motivated murder. ...
... else, but I here now plead with you. I know it’s difficult, but I plead with you to please consider forgiving me. // I will never forgive Mr. Ndlovu. If it were possible for him to raise my dead sisters I would forgive him, but I’m not in a position to forgive him now. // I would have ...
... For the first time Special Report tells who they were and what really happened that night. The dead youth were all from KwaMashu township. Sibusiso Ndlovu, a standard ten correspondence student; Mazwi Vilakazi, a matric pupil; and Vusi Mtshali, a first year law student at the University of ...
... death police headquarters turned her away. Eventually three men were charged with his murder: a 16 year old youth, township Mayor Pikalela Ndlovu of the IFP and this man, Deputy Mayor and alleged warlord, Abdul Awetha. // They say I killed ...
Forgiveness does not come easy, neither does freedom. For Phineas, this amnesty application is a last attempt to walk free. All of his co-accused has been released on the basis of indemnity agreements between the former government and the ANC. The only reason why he is still in prison is because of ...
There has been this concept rather, that has been created in our people’s mind that the war that we were fighting had rules, the war was pure, and it was a war that was … in the end, there’ll be no loss of life, it would be an easy war. And that concept has destroyed to a large extend the ...
Four people were burnt to death and four others were badly injured. // Our intention was to burn down the house, but however things didn’t go as we anticipated and as a result of our actions people died, but never there was any agreement between us to kill anyone on that sad day. It was never our ...
We decided that it was time that we taught Hendrik a public lesson, that first he cannot live with us and yet work for the other side. It is then that we decided to go and purchase fuel and we came back with that fuel. And as it was the culture then we decided to go and burn down where he laid his ...
The cause was just but in the process people lost their lives. And I ask of you to please, please consider forgiving me. Asking forgiveness from you would be something else. But I here now plead with you, I know it’s difficult, but I plead with you to please consider forgiving me.
I found her lying dead and her stomach was big and her mouth was wide open and her eyes were open as well. // And Sibusiso ran and went to the bridge next to Luzeke. That is where they got him when he was running away from them. // It was after my son’s death, the impi was coming for the second ...
These were the same people I mean these were the same people. This is where the problem comes in … this denial. There is nothing that separated the people that ran the state and the people that ran business. These were the same people. I mean literally the same people, brothers and sisters. These ...
... Mazwi’s remains were so intermingled with the tissues of the other two that they could not be separated. His head was never found. Sibusiso Ndlovu was better off. He had also disintegrated, but both his legs remained. One was 64 meters away from the explosion. Again, no head was found. ...
... known as ‘The Swimmers’ here at Phoenix Railway Station. The dead were all KwaMashu student activists. Their names were Vusi Mtshali, Sibusiso Ndlovu and Mazwi Vilakazi. But the MK unit had another member. This is a story of Naye Ngema, the one who got away. // Definitely I was going to be ...
Phinias Ndlovu was fifteen years old when he joined the struggle. He and his fellow comrades, consumed by the call to create a people’s war organized protest marches, stay-aways, school boycotts. But part of their fight for freedom meant turning on those they saw as collaborating with the system ...
Christopher Nangalembe was an ANC Youth League member and organizer of the civil protection unit in Sebokeng’s notorious Zone 7. On the 5th of January 1991 he was abducted and murdered. At the Truth Commission hearings this week Mandla Nangalembe identified his brother’s kidnappers as members ...
Christopher Nangalembe was an ANC Youth League member and organizer of the civil protection unit in Sebokeng’s notorious Zone 7. On the 5th of January 1991 he was abducted and murdered. At the Truth Commission hearings this week Mandla Nangalembe identified his brother’s kidnappers as members ...
We stay in KwaZulu-Natal for our next report and the names Andy Taylor and Hentie Botha come up again. In 1988 police said three terrorists had accidentally blown themselves up at the Phoenix Railway Station. No names were given. The police simply said they were terrorists. Tonight we can tell you ...
 
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