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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 D

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DE SOUSA, FransiscoA civilian who was shot and killed in an armed robbery by APLA operatives at his shop in Westonaria, Transvaal, on 16 November 1990. One other person was injured in the attack. One APLA member was granted amnesty (AC/1998/0104). See APLA attacks.References
DE VILLIERS, AndreA farmer who was shot and killed by MK and ANC members during a robbery in Addo, Port Elizabeth, on 17 August 1992. Two family members escaped injury. Two MK operatives applied for amnesty. One was granted and the other refused (AC/1999/0234).References
DE VILLIERS, Annamarie Triegaardt 27She sustained permanent damage to her right hand and arm when MK operatives detonated an explosive in a car outside the South African Air Force (SAAF) headquarters in ChurchStreet, 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
DE VILLIERS, Elizabeth Brenda Was shot at by MK and ANC members, during a robberyat her family’s f a rm in Addo, Port Elizabeth, on 17 August 1992. One person was killed and Ms de Villiers and one other escaped injury. Two MK operatives applied for amnesty. One was granted and the other refused (AC/1999/0234). References
DE VILLIERS, Gert JacobusDe Villiers survived a landmine explosion that severely damaged his motor vehicle at Messina, Transvaal, on 26 November 1985, in what was part of an ANC landmine campaign aimed at military patrols in the rural border regions. Three MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/093). See ANC landmine campaign. References
DE VILLIERS, JohannesA commander in the South African Air Force (SAAF) who was killed when MK operatives detonated an explosive in a car outside the 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
DE VILLIERS, Louis AndreWas shot at by MK operatives and ANC members, during a robbery at his family’s farm in Addo, Port Elizabeth, on 17 August 1992. One person was killed and Mr de Villiers and one other escaped injury. Two MK operatives applied for amnesty. One was granted and the other refused (AC/1999/0234).References
DE VILLIERS, Simphiwo Jeffrey13De Villiers lost an eye after being shot by SAP members on 2 May 1985 when protests and clashes with police broke out in Bongolethu, Oudtshoorn, Cape. References
DE VOS, John Paul18A BMW member who was arrested in Bonteheuwel, Cape Town, on 2 October 1987, and repeatedly tortured by named members of a special police Unrest Investigation Unit.References
DE WAAL, Jan de Villiers Hoffman37Was severely beaten and partially blinded by members of the SAP in Athlone, Cape Town, on 28 August 1985, during the Pollsmoor march.References
DE WET, Peter29A local ANC and ANCYL executive member who was severely beaten and choked by named SAP members in Villiersdorp, Cape, on 18 September 1993.References
DE WITT, Charmaine 26Was severely injured when members of MK’s ‘Dolphin unit’ detonated an explosive in a car near the Krugersdorp Magistrate’s court and the adjacent police station, Transvaal, on 16 March 1988. Three people were killed and more than twenty were injured in the blast. Two MK operatives were grantedReferences
DEBEILA, Andrew Senwelo Monosi21A local youth congress member who was detained and tortured at Mahwelereng, Lebowa, and then held at Nylstroom prison, on 4 August 1986. Mr Debeila was detained again in 1988.References
DECEMBER, SiphoWas beaten by members of the SAP who attacked a mass gathering of students on a mountain in Sada, Ciskei, on 11 September 1980.References
DEDERICKS, GrahamHe sustained injuries when an explosive device detonated at the 'Why Not Club', Vanderbijl Square, Johannesburg on the 21 September 1988. The operation was conducted by the Witwatersrand Security Branch and a Vlakplaas operative who believed the club to be frequented by ANC supporters. Four members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch, including the divisional commander and his deputy, and one Vlakplaas operative were granted amnesty for the operation (AC/2001/046).References
DEETLEFS, JEWas severely 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 M K ’s Special Operations Unit and two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/003 and AC/2001/023). See Church Street Bombing, Pretoria. References
DEETLEFS, JJWas severely 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
DEGLON, Alan28A civilian who was shot and killed when APLA operatives attacked the Heidelberg Tavern in Observatory, Cape Town, on 30 December 1993. Four people were killed and seven were injured during the course of the attack. Three perpetrators were granted amnesty (AC/1998/0026). See APLA attacks. References
DELIHAZO, Noamen Noboneko29Was doused in petrol and set alight by named hostel-dwellers in Daveyton, Transvaal, on 1 September 1993, during ongoing political conflict in the area.References
DELPORT, MEWas severely 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
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