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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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HAGETTY, RogerWas severely injured when MK operatives detonated a car bomb using a remote control device outside the Ellis Park rugby stadium, Johannesburg, on 2 July 1988. Two spectators leaving the rugby match were killed and thirty seven others sustained minor and major injuries. Four operatives from MK’s Special Operations Unit, including its commander, weregranted amnesty (AC/2001/161).References
HAJANE, AlpheusWas severely assaulted, his family members killed and his home and possessions burnt by IFP supporters in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 10 September 1990 during ongoing clashes between IFP-supporting hostel-dwellers and ANC-supporting residents.References
HAJANE, Frans38A mechanic who was shot dead on 10 September 1990 during an attack on his home in Katlehong, Transvaal, by IFP supporters who were sweeping the area. Three other family members were killed in the attack.References
HAJANE, JohannesWas shot dead during an attack by IFP supporters on the family home in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 10 September 1990. Three other family members were killed in the attack.References
HAJANE, LeahWas shot dead during an attack by IFP supporters on the family home in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 10 September 1990. Three other family members were killed in the attack.References
HAJANE, Semole70Was shot dead by IFP supporters during an attack on the family home in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 10 September 1990. Three other family members were killed in the attack.References
HALL, PriscillaA Black Sash member active in the Grahamstown Rural Committee and the Dependants’ Conference, who was arrested on 16 July 1986 and held in solitary confinement for thirty five days. Ms Hall was released on 3 October 1986 but placed under restrictions for nine months.References
HALOM, Nosipho 17An ANC supporter who was shot in the stomach by a member of the SAP in Somerset East, Cape, while participating in a march to a police house during the consumer boycotts of 1985.References
HAMAMOTSA, Petros Papadiwas stabbed, hacked and stoned to death by named members of the SAP in Leandra, Transvaal, on 25 January 1986. He belonged to a group of pupils who were against class boycotts and class disruptions.References
HAMAMOTSA, Petros PapadiWas stabbed, hacked and stoned to death by named members of the SAP in Leandra, Transvaal, on 25 January 1986. He belonged to a g roup of pupils who were against class boycotts and class disruptions.References
HAMILTON, WisemanWas detained and threatened with death by members of the SAP in Johannesburg, in 1975. He was arrested in connection with a new organisation formed under the umbrella of the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM). References
HANABE, Euvicha Melrose NomsaA mayoress who suffered injuries resulting in physical disability when she was shot at by ANC Youth League (ANCYL) members in Uitenhage, Cape, on 14 February 1991. One ANCYL member was refused amnesty for the attack (AC/1997/0028). See Councillors.References
HANASE, Henry ‘Perrie’ 18Was shot, injured and detained by SAP members in George, Cape, on 13 September 1976, when police opened fire on a crowd during a peak of unrest in the town. He was charged with public violence but was acquitted.References
HANI, Buyisile Patrick19A UDF supporter who was beaten and tortured by attempted suffocation while he was under interrogation by members of the SAP in Cradock, Cape, on 24 March 1987.References
HANI, ChrisAn SACP, MK and ANC leader who was shot dead in the driveway of his home in Dawnpark, Boksburg, Transvaal, on 10 April 1993. Political protests and conflict broke out in towns across the country following the assassination and funeral. The two perpetrators, a Polish far right-wing immigrant and a former member of the Conservative Party, were refused amnesty for the killing (AC/1999/0172).References
HANI, Luyanda Matthews18An ANCYL member who was beaten by members of the SAP police at his home near Fort Beaufort, Cape, on 6 October 1993.References
HANJANA, Tasi Nehemiah 61A Mgwali Residents’ Association member, had his shop burnt down by members of the SAP and the Ciskei Police during a consumer boycott in Stutterheim, Cape, in February 1986.References
HANS, Gqibile NicholasA Poqo member who was executed in Pretoria on 30 May 1967 for his alleged involvement in the killing of a white shopkeeper in September 1962 in Paarl, Cape. Mr Hans and other Poqo members had also been arrested and convicted of other charges relating to Poqo activities in Paarl. After serving a three year sentence, he was charged with murder and sentenced to death along with eight other Poqo members, all of whom were hanged.References
HANS, Kululekile Matthews24A UDF supporter who lost his sight after he was shot in the head by members of the SAP while on his way home from the local shop in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage, Cape, on 23 March 1985 during political conflict in the area following the killing of a local councillor.References
HANS, Ncunyiswa Agatha33An ANC supporter who was detained under section 29 of the Internal Security Act on 18 November 1988 for providing support to MK operatives. He was held in solitary confinement for two months in the Sea Point and Macassar police stations, Cape Town. During her detention she was hit, abused and subjected to numerous deprivations that resulted in severe depression, requiring hospitalisation. Ms Hans filed a civil suit against the Minister of Law and Order, which was settled out of court in her favour.References
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