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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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HANSE, Fezile Thomas13Was shot dead by named members of the SAP in Bongolethu, Oudtshoorn, Cape, on 17 June 1985. Three children were killed and several others injured in the shooting. See Bongolethu Three.References
HANSEL, AlbinWas assaulted and robbed of firearms by a group of UDF supporters at his home at Greenlands Farm, Stutterheim, Cape, on 31 January 1990. Four UDF supporters were granted amnesty (AC/1999/0277).References
HANSEN, Elke MarthaWas injured when a limpet mine, placed in a pot plant, was detonated near the Juicy Lucy restaurant on the corner of Andries and Vermeulen Streets, Pretoria, on 26 May 1988. Three MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2000/199).References
HANSEN, Michael EdwardHe sustained minor injuries 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, were granted amnesty (AC/2001/161).References
HARBER, AntonA journalist who was harassed by the Witwatersrand Security Branch between 1984 and 1985. One Witwatersrand operative was granted amnesty for intimidation (AC/2001/0184).References
HARDY, Marie CatherineWas injured in what became known as the Magoo’s Bar Bombing in Durban on 14 June 1986. The explosion killed three women and injuredat least seventy four other people. Seven MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/128).References
HARKER, Gerhard 53Was shot and killed when APLA operatives threw hand grenades at and opened fire on the congregation of St James’ Church, Kenilworth, Cape Town, on 25 July 1993. Eleven people were killed and fifty eight were wounded in the attack. Three of four APLA members were granted amnesty for the attack. The fourth had his application struck off the roll for failing to attend the amnesty hearing (AC/1998/0018). See APLA attacks. References
HARKER, Wesley 13Was shot and killed when APLA operatives threw hand grenades at and opened fire on the congregation of St James’ Church, Kenilworth, Cape Town, on 25 July 1993. Eleven people were killed and fifty eight wounded in the attack. Three of four APLA members were granted amnesty for the attack. The fourth had his application struck off the roll for failing to attend the amnesty hearing (AC/1998/0018). See APLA attacks. References
HARMANS, Zonwabele Moksom Pele24An AYCO member who was shot dead by a named member of the Municipal Police during protests in Alexandria, Cape, on 23 May 1986.References
HARRIS, Abida12Was shot dead by named SAP members who opened fire on a rioting crowd in George, Cape, on 13 September 1976. Her family asserted that she was shot while on her way to a shop.References
HARRIS, JohnA member of the Armed Resistance Movement (ARM) who was sentenced to death and executed on 1 April 1965 for his role in an explosion at the Johannesburg station, which left one person dead and several injured.References
HARRIS, LindiA member of the Black Sash who was shot in the back by members of the SAP in East London on 22 April 1986 during the state of emergency. See police brutality.References
HARRIS, Ronald25Was shot dead by SAP members in Athlone, Cape Town, on 16 September 1976, during the Soweto uprising. See Soweto uprising. References
HARTLEY, Sedick22Was severely assaulted by SAP members in a Cape Town prison in June 1976, and again in June 1980. Following the Soweto uprising, Mr Hartley and other supporters had participated in a Cape Town march which ended with arson attacks and stone throwing. See Soweto uprising. References
HARTMAN, AWas 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 granted amnesty (AC/2001/003).References
HARTZENBERG, Fuad14Was detained on 2 October 1987 and held for three months, during which time he was severely tortured at the Brackenfell police station and Pollsmoor prison, Cape Town, by named members of the special police Unrest Investigation Unit.References
HARVEY, PaulaWas injured in what became known as the Magoo’s Bar Bombin in Durban on 14 June 1986. The explosion killed three women and injured at least seventy four other people. Seven MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/128).References
HASHE, Sipho58A member of the Port Elizabeth Black Civic Organisation (PEBCO) who was abducted with two other members from the Port Elizabeth airport in a joint Eastern Cape and Vlakplaas operation on 8 May 1985. The PEBCO Three were allegedly severely assaulted, then shot dead. Their bodies were doused with diesel fuel, set alight and burnt, and their remains were allegedly thrown into the Fish River. Five Eastern Cape Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander, and four Vlakplaas operatives applied for amnesty. Two of the applications were granted and six were refused (AC/1999/0223 and AC/2001/064).References
HATTAS, Riefaat18A UDF and ANC supporter who was severely tortured by named members of the SAP in Athlone, Cape Town, in November 1985. He was arrested during a march to honour those who were in detention or had died in political conflict.References
HAWULANA, Mbulelo Steven 56An ANC member who was assaulted by Ciskei Defence Force (CDF) soldiers at Bulembu Airport, near King William’s Town, Cape, on 21 August 1992, during political conflict between ANC and ADM supporters.References
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