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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 SI

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SIAGA, Pule Solomon25Was kicked and beaten with sjamboks by members of the Lebowa Police on 31 October 1983 at Seshego, Lebowa, in retaliation for an arson attack by students earlier that day. In hospital he was kept blindfolded and under police guard. References
SIBACA, KennethHe sustained first-degree burns when his house was attacked and burnt, allegedly by members of the SAP and Security Branch in Katlehong, Tvl, on 28 May 1986. Security forces were attacking the homes of UDF supporters at the time. References
SIBAM, Ntsikelelo16Was shot by a named member of the SAP in Whittlesea, Ciskei, on 10 February 1990 while celebrating the release of Nelson Mandela. References
SIBANDA, BolisileA Brigadier who was detained, interrogated and severly tortured by named members of the Ciskei Police in Zwelitsha, Ciskei, on 21 October 1986. As the head of the prison, Mr Sibanda, was suspected of facilitating the escape of Charles Sebe. Mr Sibanda was punched, kicked, burnt with cigarettes and at intervals a rubber tube was applied to his face causing suffocation. Two former Ciskei Police members were granted amnesty (AC/1999/025 and AC/1999/024). References
SIBANDA, John35An ANC-MK member who died of injuries sustained from an exploding landmine on 29 March 1989 in Livingstone, Zambia. The cicurmstances surrounding this incident are not clear. References
SIBANDA, Ntombi Sibongile 39Was beaten by ANC supporters at Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, in May 1991, in ongoing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters. Her attackers thought she knew something about the killing of one of their ‘comrades’.References
SIBANDE, Busiswe15Was severely beaten on the head with a sjambok by members of the SAP on 8 October 1985 in KwaThema, Tvl. KwaThema was tense following clashes between students and police. References
SIBANDILE, Aaron StephenWas shot dead on his way home from work on 16 July 1987 by members of the SADF in Machadodorp, Tvl. He was shot when he started running away from police who were firing at protesting students. References
SIBANKULU, Hlalanathi ProfessorA prominent ANC leader who was found dead in the back of his car at Madadeni, KwaZulu, near Newcastle, Natal, on 11 November 1992. His body had been dismembered and badly burnt. He had allegedly been followed by members of the KwaZulu Police, who fired shots at him, forcing the car to stop, and then set it alight. Earlier, in June 1986, Mr Sibankulu had been detained in Newcastle along with other members of the Sibongile Civic Association, which was leading a rates boycott at the time. He had spent three months in solitary confinement at Waterval prison References
SIBANKULU, ProfessorA UDF supporter who was arrested and detained, along with fellow members of the Sibongile Civic Association, by named members of the SAP in Newcastle, Natal, in June 1986. He was held in solitary confinement at Waterval prison for three months. References
SIBANYONI, DavidWas shot dead on 5 August 1990, in Wesselton, Ermelo, Tvl, by a named member of the SAP during a rent boycott. References
SIBANYONI, Fuduka Sarah 54She had her property destroyed by supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents resisted incorporation which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
SIBANYONI, JabulaniAn ANC supporter who was shot dead by IFP supporters in Wesselton, Ermelo, Tvl, during the funeral of an ANC supporter on 11 August 1990. References
SIBANYONI, Jonas BenAn ANC and civic association member who was assaulted during interrogation by members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch at Sandton, Johannesburg, during 1990. A member of the Security Branch was granted amnesty (AC/2001/275). References
SIBANYONI, Martha Sphenye 50She had her property destroyed by supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents resisted incorporation which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
SIBANYONI, Masibanyoni Ennie 50She had her house destroyed by alleged supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents resisted incorporation, which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
SIBANYONI, Michael Mack18A UDF supporter who was arrested on 4 September 1987 by members of the KwaNdebele Police at Siyabuswa, KwaNdebele, and detained without trial for eight months under emergency regulations. When he was finally charged together with three other detainees, the charges were dropped. References
SIBANYONI, Miti Baadjie67She had her property destroyed by supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents resisted incorporation, which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
SIBANYONI, Novavesile Johannah 26She had her house destroyed by alleged supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents Resisted incorporation, which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
SIBANYONI, Paulos 41He lost his home when it was destroyed by alleged supporters of Chief Mahlangu in Goederede, near Dennilton, KwaNdebele, in July 1975. Chief Mahlangu supported the state’s proposal to incorporate Goederede into Lebowa because it would grant him chief rule, but many residents resisted incorporation, which resulted in the destruction of property and physical attacks.References
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