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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 SJ-SZ

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SKEPE, Siphiwo Gideon 18Was shot by named members of the SAP on 23 July 1985 at Phakamisa High School in Zwide, Port Elizabeth. Scholars were involved in a student protest when police randomly shot at students, killing two and injuring six others, including teachers. The perpetrators were found guilty of murder and attempted murder and were sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment but did not serve their sentence.References
SKEPE, Vusumzi SeptemberA FAWU member who was shot dead by named members of the SAP in Queenstown, Cape, in August 1983, allegedly because he refused to comply with an order to vacate his house during the rent boycott. References
SKEPU, Mongezi21A UDF supporter who was shot and injured by a named member of the SAP during conflict between community residents and the police in Paterson, Cape, on 21 March 1985. References
SKEPU, Zanethemba Benjamin29Was shot dead by members of the CDF in Bisho, Ciskei, on 7 September 1992 during an ANC protest march to demand free political activity in Ciskei. Thirty people were killed and 200 people injured in the event which became known as the Bisho massacre. Two members of the former CDF were refused amnesty for the shooting (AC/2000/122). References
SKEWU, MphathiseniWas killed and his body burnt at his house in Empangeni, Natal, by a known perpetrator in 1993, during ongoing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters. References
SKEYI, TshonisileA PAC member who was killed in December 1962 during the Ntlonze massacre at Cofimvaba, Transkei. References
SKHAKHANE, MpiloAn ANC supporter who was shot and injured in Matshana, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, during May 1994, in political conflict following the April 1994 elections. References
SKHAKHANE, Sibongile Daphney27An ANC supporter who had her home destroyed in an arson attack by IFP supporters in Matshana, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, in April 1992. References
SKHOSANA, Besaphi HendrickWas shot and injured by MK operatives in Ekangala, KwaNdebele, in June 1990. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/235). References
SKHOSANA, Betty31An ANC supporter who was severely beaten and verbally abused by named members of the Bophuthatswana Police in Hammans-kraal, Tvl, on 11 March 1992. They wanted to know the whereabouts of her boyfriend who they subsequently shot dead. References
SKHOSANA, Christina36Was sjambokked and wounded in the eye, allegedly by Bophuthatswana Police, in Winterveld, Bophuthatswana, while taking part in a mass protest against police brutality on 26 March 1986. See City Rocks shooting. References
SKHOSANA, Ezekiel ‘ZakiasSkhosana is assumed to have been burnt to death by Vlakplaas operatives at Vlaklaagte, KwaNdebele, during July 1986. He and eight other youth activists were recruited by Vlakplaas askaris for supposed military training when they were killed and the house they were staying in was set alight. The nine bodies were burnt beyond recognition. See Nietverdiend ambush. References
SKHOSANA, Isiah Cetswayo15Was detained, assaulted with sjamboks and batons by members of the SAP in February 1985 in Duduza, Nigel, Tvl after having being accused of burning down the houses of policemen. References
SKHOSANA, Jappie31An ANC supporter who was shot and injured by named members of the SAP in April 1990 in Khutsong, Carletonville, Tvl, during a march by the community protesting about the deaths of two youths in police custody. References
SKHOSANA, Johanna Velie41She had her home in Vlaklaagte, KwaNdebele, burnt down by members of the Special Branch during an attack on a group of young ANC supporters, on 14 June 1986. References
SKHOSANA, Kleinbooi He had his house 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
SKHOSANA, LucasWas abducted and taken to a camp in Vaalbank, KwaNdebele, where he was severely beaten by Imbokodo vigilantes in May 1986. At the time, there was considerable community conflict over incorporation into KwaNdebele. References
SKHOSANA, Machi Maria28She had her home destroyed, allegedly 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
SKHOSANA, MafunaWas beaten by police in Duduza, Nigel, Transvaal , on 28 February 1985. Duduza residents were demanding a modern sewerage system rather than the continued use of buckets. Youths targeted policemen’s houses as part of their protest and many were beaten when taken to the Dunnottar police station.References
SKHOSANA, Mafutha DavidWas shot and injured by members of the KwaNdebele Police on 31 May 1987 in Weltevreden, KwaNdebele. The police attacked a group of young men at a tavern called Ndala’s lodge. When the youth retaliated, police fired into the tavern, killing three and injuring two. The attack occurred during resistance to KwaNdebele independence.References
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