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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 NU-N

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NUKENI, Michael Kalusi17A UDF supporter who was arrested, beaten and tortured by members of the SAP in Siyabuswa, KwaNdebele, on 4 September 1987. References
NUKERI, Tsastawani Josephina 43She had her home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because she resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
NUNES, Mzwandile Roddy Suffered severe emotional trauma as a result of an arson attack on Khanya House, the headquarters of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference, in Pretoria on 12 October 1988. The victims were trapped in the burning building for some time before being rescued. Twelve Vlakplaas operatives and seven other Security Branch Headquarters operatives, including senior personnel, were granted amnesty (AC/2000/215).References
NUZA, JabulaniHe had his house destroyed in an arson attack by IFP supporters Nogobhoza, KwaZulu, near Eshowe, Natal, in continuing political conflict in the area during November 1993 References
NWA-MUKANSI, (first name not given)She had her house in Lulekani, Gazankulu, burnt down during political conflict. She was suspected of having practised witchcraft at a time when people were trying to account for the disappearance of youths in the area. References
NWATLA, Jerry20Was shot dead by members of the SADF in Mamelodi, Pretoria, during a march held to protest against high rent rates in the township on 21 November 1985. References
NXAGUNI, Nomalizo Magret12Was shot and injured by members of the SAP while at primary school in Bultfontein, OFS, on 28 February 1990. A protest march was underway in the area, and marchers allegedly fled into the yard of the primary school when police opened fire, hitting both marchers and pupils. References
NXAKO, WeteWas severely injured when the truck he was driving was set alight by the UDF-supporting AmaButho in Zwide, Port Elizabeth, on 13 October 1985, during protests in the area. He died four days later in hospital. References
NXANXA, WilliamWas tortured, by members of the AWB in Ottosdal near Lichtenburg, Tvl, on 1 September 1990. References
NXASANA, Ndovela43Was severely beaten at Lusikisiki, Transkei, in June 1960 during the Pondoland revolt. See Pondoland revolt. References
NXASANA, Trueman17An ANC supporter who was killed on 18 February 1994, when four gunmen attacked a house in the rural Mahahle village, near Creighton, Ixopo, Natal, in which he and other ANC youths were sleeping. Fifteen ANC youths were killed in the attack. They had been seen putting up posters announcing a voter education workshop in preparation for the April 1994 elections. Four prominent IFP leaders were acquitted on charges relating to the massacre. References
NXASANE, Tamsanqa Vivian33Was abducted by members of the SAP in Daveyton, Tvl, on 1 July 1991 and was severely beaten and sprayed with teargas before being left by the roadside. References
NXAZONKE, Victoria Badikazi33She suffered constant police harassment in the form of nightly raids and was detained several times during 1976 because her children were political activists and her eldest son was suspected of being a leader in the Soweto uprising. References
NXELE Ms (first name not given)An IFP supporter who had her home burnt down in arson attack during ongoing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters at Iniwe, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, on 9 December 1991. Her husband was killed in the attack. References
NXELE, Batakile Doreen43An IFP supporter who had her house at Esimozomeni, Richmond, Natal, burnt down in ongoing conflict between IFP and ANC supporters in 1991. References
NXELE, Bekilizwe52He had his home in Ndaleni, Richmond, Natal, destroyed by IFP supporters during political conflict on 2 July 1993. Eight people were killed in this attack on the Nxele homestead. References
NXELE, Boniwe32An ANC supporter who had her house burnt down by IFP supporters at Empangeni, Natal, in December 1993. References
NXELE, Cebisile Hlengiwe Maria20An ANC supporter who was shot in the arm in ongoing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters at Nhlangenyoka, KwaZulu, near Mtunzini, Natal, on 13 April 1993. References
NXELE, David42An ANC supporter who was shot and stabbed to death IFP supporters at Esivivaneni, near Hammarsdale, Natal, on 1 February 1989. References
NXELE, David Zekhaya28He had his home in Ndaleni, Richmond, Natal, destroyed by IFP supporters during political conflict on 2 July 1993. Eight people were killed in this attack on the Nxele homestead. References
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