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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
MAKHAYE, Nomasotsha Christina 46She had her home in Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, burnt down by UDF supporters in October 1989, allegedly because of her son`s support for Inkatha.References
MAKHAYE, Patrick Prince 15Was severely beaten while walking in the street with friends in Magwababeni, Mpophomeni, KwaZulu, near Howick, Natal, on 25 February 1986. It is alleged that an SAP van stopped alongside them and a member of the SAP began beating Patrick.References
MAKHAYE, Sipamo Hezekia 41An ANC supporter who was stabbed and burnt to death by another named ANC supporter in Bruntville, near Mooi River, Natal, on 20 April 1992, allegedly because he was thought to be a `spy` for the IFP.References
MAKHAYE, Thabo 20An ANC supporter who was pursued and shot dead by a group of masked men in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 20 September 1993 during escalating conflict in the area following an ANC march past a Tokoza hostel on 22 May 1993 which led to more than eighty deaths.References
MAKHAYE, VictoriaAn ANC supporter who died from burn wounds a day after her home in Lindelani, near KwaMashu, Durban, was petrol-bombed by Inkatha supporters in August 1989. Her husband also died as a result of the attack.References
MAKHAYELE, Cresetia CabangileA 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
MAKHAZA, Nomusa Maria 39She lost her house and its contents in an arson attack allegedly carried out by ANC supporters in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 13 August 1990 during ongoing political conflict in the area.References
MAKHAZI, Nhlanhla Joseph 21Was killed by IFP supporters at Woodford, Bergville, Natal, on 27 February 1994, in intense political conflict during the run-up to the April 1994 elections.References
MAKHENE, Solomon Motsumi AndrewWas allegedly shot dead by members of the IFP-aligned Khetisi Kheswa gang at Club Lamancha in Sebokeng, Transvaal, on 22 May 1993 during a terror campaign waged in the area. Witnesses claim Mr Makhene was shot by the occupants of a white Cortina that gang members had been seen driving earlier. See Khetisi Kheswa gang.References
MAKHETHA, Gabriella Mamello 23A UDF supporter who was stoned by Inkatha supporters in Hambanathi, near Verulam, Natal, on 13 July 1984 during conflict over the incorporation of Hambanathi into KwaZulu. References
MAKHETHA, Ntombi Beatrice 54A UDF supporter who had her house in Hambanathi, near Verulam, Natal, burnt down by Inkatha supporters on 26 August 1984 during conflict over the incorporation of Hambanathi into KwaZulu. References
MAKHETHA, TsoloA Lesotho Liberation Army (LLA) operative who was beaten by named SAP members while in detention in Bloemfontein in November 1981. He was arrested in Clarens, Orange Free State (OFS), together with other LLA operatives, after planting a bomb at a bus stop in Buthe Buthe, Lesotho, as part of the LLA efforts to overthrow the Lesotho government. Police initially believed the group to be MK operatives.References
MAKHOBA, Albert MthandeniHe had his home in Machibini, KwaZulu, near Mandini, Natal, burnt down in August 1993 in conflict between IFP and ANC supporters in the area.References
MAKHOBA, Bafunani Khalelani 36An ANC supporter who had her house burnt down by IFP supporters in Sonkombo, Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 16 March 1994. See Sonkombo arson attacks. References
MAKHOBA, Bhekisisa Robert 22An ANC supporter who was shot dead by members of the SAP in Sundumbili, KwaZulu, near Mandini, Natal, on 22 August 1992 during conflict between IFP and ANC supporters in the area.References
MAKHOBA, Bongani Albert 24Was severely beaten by members of the SAP in Osizweni, KwaZulu, near Newcastle, Natal, in 1985 at a time of intensifying political conflict in the area.References
MAKHOBA, Dina 55An ANC supporter who had her house burnt down by IFP-supporting AmaButho members, allegedly assisted by members of the Security Branch, at Enkanini, KwaZulu, near Eshowe, Natal, on 26 December 1990. Her husband, who was an ANCYL chairperson, had quarreled with the induna, who then instructed the perpetrators to burn down all houses belonging to the ANC supporters and force them out of the area. See AmaButho (KwaZulu). References
MAKHOBA, Dingumbuzi 52An IFP supporter who was shot and injured when his home in Esigisini, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, was attacked in March 1991 in continuing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters in the area. Mr Makhoba`s wife and son were also shot and injured at home. Later that year, another son was axed to death at work in Empangeni.References
MAKHOBA, Dolly 45An ANC supporter who had her house stoned and vandalised and her possessions destroyed by IFP supporters in Sundumbili, KwaZulu, near Mandini, Natal, in February 1992. Her daughter was injured in the attack. Another daughter was shot and injured by a named IFP supporter seven months later.References
MAKHOBA, Faziza Raymond 30An IFP supporter who was stabbed to death at his workplace in Empangeni, Natal, on 8 December 1992 in continuing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters in the area. His parents and brother had been shot and injured in an attack on their home earlier that year.References
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