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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 MAK-MAM

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NameAgeDescription
MAKHATHINI, Zanele 13Was shot and killed when Inkatha supporters opened fire on a group of people near a bus stop in Emagadini, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal on 3 March 1990. The victims had been attending an ANC rally.References
MAKHATINI, Josephina 63An IFP supporter who had her house in Durban destroyed in an arson attack in intense conflict between ANC and IFP supporters in the area in 1990.References
MAKHATINI, SihleAn ANC co-ordinator and former MK member who was targeted for elimination by IFP members at Hlanganani Hall, Esikhawini, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, during 1992. One perpetrator in the conspiracy was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332).References
MAKHATINI, SiphoWas abducted by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) and taken to a place called `Danger zone` in Unit F, Tokoza, Transvaal, during October 1993. Mr Makhatini was shot and killed there. He was targeted because he was believed to be an IFP supporter. One SDU member was granted amnesty (AC/2000/139). See self-defence units (SDU).References
MAKHATINI, Vincent Sipho 31An ANC supporter who was abducted, allegedly by IFP-supporting hostel-dwellers, in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 29 October 1993. Police found his burnt body on 3 November 1993.References
MAKHATLE, Joseph 29An ANC supporter and member of a local self-defence unit (SDU) who was shot and injured by members of the SAP in Masilo, Theunissen, Orange Free State (OFS), on 25 May 1990. One person was killed and one other injured in this incident. See self-defence units (SDU).References
MAKHATU, Maladzi AnnahWas severely beaten by members of the Venda Defence Force in Venda, on 16 April 1986 while participating in a protest march against the incorporation of Tshikota into Vleifontein.References
MAKHAYA, Dan 50A local ANC executive member who was shot dead, allegedly by IFP supporters, in a hostel in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 25 May 1993.References
MAKHAYE, Amos 18A UDF supporter who was stabbed to death by named Inkatha supporters in Sweetwaters, KwaZulu, near Pietermaritzburg, on 10 September 1988.References
MAKHAYE, Bhekinkosi CHe had his house looted and set alight by Inkatha supporters during intense political violence in Woodyglen, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 11 February 1990, the same day Nelson Mandela was released from prison. Ten people were killed in the fighting which lasted for a week. A former IFP member was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332). See Mpumalanga attacks.References
MAKHAYE, Bonginkosi DennisAn ANC supporter who was stabbed and beaten, and had his house set on fire by named and other IFP supporters in 1990 at KwaShange, KwaZulu, near Pietermaritzburg, in the Seven Day War. References
MAKHAYE, Boy PiusAn ANC supporter who died a few days after his home in Lindelani, near KwaMashu, Durban, was petrol-bombed in August 1989 by Inkatha supporters led by a named perpetrator. Mr Makhaye`s wife died from burn wounds sustained in the same attack.References
MAKHAYE, Busisiwe PhumzileA UDF supporter who had her house looted and set alight on 6 April 1990 when a group of Inkatha supporters attacked UDF supporters and residents at Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, in spite of a heavy police and military presence. Fourteen people were killed and at least one hundred and twenty homes were burnt down. One former IFP member was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332).References
MAKHAYE, Florence Nelisiwe 28She had her house destroyed in an arson attack in Pietermaritzburg in March 1990 in intense conflict between Inkatha and ANC supporters in the area.References
MAKHAYE, Fonika CerfoniaA UDF supporter who had her house looted and set alight on 6 April 1990 when a group of Inkatha supporters attacked UDF supporters and residents at Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, in spite of a heavy police and military presence. Fourteen people were killed and at least one hundred and twenty homes were burnt down. One former IFP member was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332).References
MAKHAYE, Khulekile Christina 36An ANC supporter who had her home in Richmond Farm, near KwaMashu, Durban, burnt down in January 1991 in ongoing conflict between IFP and ANC supporters in the area.References
MAKHAYE, Leonard Fanifani 18An ANC supporter who had his home in Lindelani, near KwaMashu, Durban petrol-bombed by Inkatha supporters in August 1989. His parents died from burn wounds soon after the attack.References
MAKHAYE, Lindiwe MinnieShe had her house looted and set alight by Inkatha supporters during intense political violence in Woodyglen, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 11 February 1990, the same day Nelson Mandela was released from prison. Ten people were killed in the fighting which lasted for a week. A former IFP member was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332). See Mpumalanga attacks. References
MAKHAYE, Matombi Sophie 57She had her house burnt down by Inkatha supporters in Edendale, KwaZulu, near Pietermaritzburg, on 28 March 1990, during the Seven Day War. References
MAKHAYE, NhlanhlaWas shot dead in Mashayazafe, Inanda, near KwaMashu, Durban, on 5 September 1988 during intensifying conflict between UDF and Inkatha supporters in the area.References
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