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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 H

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HLANGULELA, Thembekile78An ANC supporter whose home was burnt down by IFP supporters at Ixopo, Natal, on 13 April 1993.References
HLANGUZA, HlopheWas shot dead by ANC supporters at Swayimane, Table Mountain, near Pietermaritzburg, on 29 October 1989, in intensifying political conflict in the area.References
HLANGUZA, Thembelihle Nomafa58Her home was destroyed in an arson attack by ANC supporters at Swayimane, Table Mountain, near Pietermaritzburg, on 29 October 1989, in intensifying political conflict in the area. Her son was killed in the attack.References
HLANJWA, Lulama Joyce23An ANC supporter who was stabbed to death by named members of a group opposed to consumer boycotts on 26 January 1991 in Barkly East, Cape.References
HLANYANE, Sello Benjamin26A UDF supporter who was arrested at a UDF rally in November 1985 in Vanderbijlpark, Tranvaal. While in detention he was assaulted by named members of the SAP.References
HLAPEZULU, Samuel49An ANC supporter who was detained in Cape Town, in 1963. He was charged with furthering the aims of the ANC, but was acquitted.References
HLATSHWAYO, Angelina48An ANC supporter who was severely injured in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 11 September 1991, after boarding a bus which was stopped outside Mshayazafe hostel by a hostel-dweller who threw a hand grenade into the bus. Gunmen then opened fire on the crowded bus. Ms Hlatshwayo attempted to flee the bus and was shot several times from behind. Four people were killed and about sixty injured in the incident. See hostels. References
HLATSHWAYO, BonginkosiAn ANC supporter who was stabbed and shot dead by Inkatha supporters in KwaMashu, Durban, on 18 March 1990, following the unbanning of political organisations in February 1990.References
HLATSHWAYO, Dewu Amos56A UDF supporter whose house was burnt down by Inkatha supporters in Hambanathi, near Verulam, Natal, on 27 August 1984 during intense conflict between JORAC and Inkatha supporters over the incorporation of Hambanathi into KwaZulu. See Incorporation of Hambanathi into KwaZulu. References
HLATSHWAYO, Francis BhekiWas beaten to death in Umgababa, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 29 June 1993, at a ‘people’s court’ under the command of an officer of a local ANC self-defence unit (SDU). Mr Hlatshwayo was one of two people killed that day, and five others wereseverely beaten, allegedly for crimes committed in the community. One SDU member was granted amnesty (AC/2000/033). See self-defence units (SDU).References
HLATSHWAYO, GibsonWas injured when Security Branch members detonated an explosive device at the Why Not Club, Vanderbijl Square, Johannesburg, on 21 September 1988. The club was targeted because it was allegedly 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
HLATSHWAYO, HusbandWas shot during political conflict between the ‘Red’ and ‘Green’ factions in Bhambayi, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 4 April 1993. He later died as a result of his wounds.References
HLATSHWAYO, John MpikayipheliWas shot and wounded when ANC security guards from the ANC headquarters at Shell House, Johannesburg, opened fire on a crowd of IFP marchers, on 28 March 1994. At least nine marchers were killed and at least one hundred injured. Ten ANC security guards were granted amnesty (AC/2000/142).References
HLATSHWAYO, Makhehla Piet51An IFP supporter who was stabbed and thrown out of a moving train by ANC supporters in Alberton, Transvaal, on 15 July 1993. See train violence.References
HLATSHWAYO, Massie CeliweShe had her house destroyed in an arson attack in Bhambayi, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 4 April 1993, during political conflict between the ‘Red’ and ‘Green’ factions. References
HLATSHWAYO, Mokoroane Petrus37Was shot dead by IFP supporters in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 12 July 1993 in a drive-by shooting which left fourteen people dead.References
HLATSHWAYO, MTAn ANC supporter whose home was burnt down by IFP supporters in Gobandlovu, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, on 5 April 1992.References
HLATSHWAYO, Muziwenkani Moses50An Inkatha supporter who was shot dead by other Inkatha supporters in KwaNdengezi, KwaZulu, near Pinetown, Natal, on 9 February 1986 in the course of an internal feud within the organisation.References
HLATSHWAYO, Mzwandile Khehla20An ANC supporter who was abducted and shot dead on 11 May 1993 in KwaMashu, Durban, together with four other ANC supporters, including a pregnant woman. Their bodies were found at a local school, and an IFP chief was implicated in the murders. Mr Hlatshwayo had recently returned from exile.References
HLATSHWAYO, Sipho25An ANC supporter who was hacked to death by IFP supporters in Dumbe, Paulpietersburg, Natal, on 25 March 1994 while he was distributing ANC voting pamphlets. Five other people were killed in the area that day while distributing pamphlets.References
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