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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 NG

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NGABINDE, Anna MmapuleWas severely injured when a hand grenade thrown by MK operatives exploded at her son’s house at Mamelodi, Pretoria, on 13 October 1985. Her son, a member of the SAP, and his wife were injured in the explosion. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/1999/260).References
NGABOM, Mandlakapheli37Was shot dead in Mandela informal settlement, Katlehong, Transvaal, on 22 May 1993, allegedly by members of the ISU. Mr Ngabom was caught in crossfire when clashes broke out between ANC and IFP supporters and police after a group of unidentified gunmen fired at Tokoza hostel during a march organised by the ANC to present a petition at the Alberton police station. Nine people were killed and 69 were injured during this incident References
NGAKANE, Aaron80Was stabbed to death in Soweto, Johannesburg, on 9 November 1992 during conflict between ANC-supporting residents and IFP-supporting hostel-dwellers. References
NGAKANE, Japhta MabutiWas stabbed to death by a named perpetrator on 7 July 1990 in Siyathemba, near Balfour, Transvaal, during a protest against the bucket toilet system. References
NGAKANE, MarthaShe suffered severe ill-treatment and 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
NGAKANE, Shaude SaulWas 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
NGAKI, Galelekile Avery43An ANC supporter and deputy station commander at Zwelitsha who was banished from the Ciskei in 1977 after witnessing atrocities committed by the Green Berets. He returned in 1983 as Ciskei Police Community Relations Officer and in October 1986 was held in solitary confinement, stripped naked, tortured and sexually assaulted by named Ciskei Security Branch members in Zwelitsha, Ciskei. He had allegedly defied orders by releasing undisclosed information to the press. References
NGAKI, Mboneli Shepherd31An ANC supporter who was shot and injured by a named member of the Ciskei Police in Mdantsane, Ciskei, on 9 August 1983, while on his way to work during the Mdantsane bus boycott. References
NGALAVU, SithembeleAn iKongo supporter who was detained and tortured in June 1960 in Lusikisiki police station, Transkei, because of his involvement in the Pondoland revolt. See Pondoland revolt. References
NGALO, Makaya EugeneAn ANC supporter who was killed in a shoot-out with members of the SAP on 11 July 1986 in Fort Jackson, Ciskei. Three others were also shot dead in the incident. References
NGALO, Nkosinam30A Poqo member who was executed in Pretoria Central prison, Pretoria, on 9 May 1963 for killing a headman in Cofimvaba. Poqo attacked re p resentatives of traditional authority in the homelands because chiefs were seen as collaborating with the a p a rtheid state. During October 1962 an attempt was made on Chief Kaiser Matanzima’s life and residents of Jixini Location who had been arrested in Cape Town or Mqanduli, were transferred to East London, to stand trial for Poqo activities during the 1960s.References
NGALO, Ntombina33An ANC supporter who was severely beaten by members of the CDF during conflict between ADM and ANC supporters at KwaMasele, near King William’s Town, Cape, on 26 December 1991.References
NGALO, William38A FAWU member who was shot and injured by members of the SAP while participating in labour strike action in Viljoenskroon, OFS, on 4 December 1992. Two police vans entered the work premises and police members opened fire on the striking miners, injuring six. References
NGALO, WillyAn ANC supporter who was shot dead by Inkatha supporters while attending a funeral vigil in Trust Feeds, New Hanover, near Pietermaritzburg, on 3 December 1988. Police were cracking down on UDF and ANC supporters in the area, apparently in preparation for the Trust Feeds massacre later that day. References
NGAMLANA, Sicelo Alfred19Was severely injured when he was beaten and shot by members of the Municipal Police in KwaZakele, Port Elizabeth, in 1985 during a curfew permitted by the emergency regulations. Mr Ngamlana suffered permanent injuries. References
NGAMLANA, Xolani Luyanda25An MK operative who was severely assaulted and tortured by ‘tubing’ and stabbing while he was detained at Cambridge police station, East London, on 16 April 1986. Mr Ngamlana had refused to identify his MK commander in a photograph.References
NGAMLANE, Mawethu Chesters25A NUMSA member who was repeatedly assaulted by named members of the Ciskei Police in Mdantsane police station, Ciskei, in August 1985. He was detained and released after seven days. He was also charged with public violence and detained at Zone 12 police station for 16 weeks, during which he was tortured and denied medical attention. References
NGAMNTWINI, Twelve56An ANC supporter who was killed when he was shot in the head by members of the CDF in Bisho, Ciskei, on 7 September 1992 during an ANC protest march to demand free political activity in Ciskei. See Bisho massacre. Two members of the former CDF were refused amnesty for the shooting (AC/2000/122). References
NGAMONE, EWas injured when MK operatives detonated an explosive in a car outside the South African Air Force (SAAF) headquarters in Church Street, Pretoria, on 20 May 1983. Twenty one people were killed and two hundred and seventeen injured. The overall commander of MK’s Special Operations Unit and two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/003 and AC/2001/023). See Church Street bombing, Pretoria.References
NGANGE, Funeka NobantuWas ‘necklaced’ to death by named ANC supporters on 4 June 1990 in Komga, Cape. Her mother was accused of practising witchcraft following the death of a community member who had bought liquor from her shebeen. Her mother was also burnt to death in the attack.References
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