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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 MAR-MAS

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MARCUS, Lulamile Mandla 21Was shot by members of the Ciskei Defence Force (CDF) in Bisho, Ciskei, on 7 September 1992 during an ANC protest march to demand free political activity in Ciskei. Thirty people were killed and 200 people injured in the event which became known as the Bisho massacre. Two members of the former CDF were refused amnesty for the shooting (AC/2000/122).References
MARE, Linus 34Was killed 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 37 others sustained minor and major injuries. Four operatives from MK`s Special Operations Unit, including its commander, were granted amnesty (AC/2001/161).References
MAREBODI, Thomas Mmereki 15A UDF supporter and student leader who was shot dead by members of the SAP in Kimberley, Cape, on 11 April 1985, when police opened fire on student protesters. His funeral was tear-gassed and disrupted by police.References
MAREDI, Jacob Khomotso 24An ANC supporter who was shot dead in Tembisa, Transvaal, on 1 May 1993 because of his political activities.References
MAREDI, Kgagudi Hesekia 58An ANC supporter who was arrested and banished from his home in Sekhukhune, Transvaal, in 1956, and placed under house arrest at Grahamstown, Cape, until 1966. His arrest followed Sekhukhuneland resistance to self-government.References
MAREKANE, BernardWas shot and killed by NUMSA members in Katlehong, near Johannesburg, on 28 March 1990. Amnesty was granted to one NUMSA member (AC/1999/0296).References
MAREMA, Mofolo Aron 36He lost his property in an arson attack during conflict over the chieftaincy in Maboloko, Bophuthatswana, on 7 May 1977. Many other residents lost their homes in the attack.References
MAREMAMA, Kwena Alber 52He had his home burnt down in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala on 2 February 1980, because Mr Maremama resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MAREMAME, Makwena RosinaShe had her home burnt down at GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala on 2 February 1980, because she resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MAREMANE, Celia Kgabo 35She had her home burnt down at GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala on 2 February 1980, because she resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MAREMANE, Makoena 42She had her house in GaMatlala, Lebowa, burnt down by Chief BK Matlala`s supporters on 2 February 1980 because she resisted falling under his jurisdiction. References
MAREMANE, Makoena JosephHe had his home at GaMatlala, Lebowa, burnt down by supporters of Chief BK Matlala on 2 February 1980, because Mr Maremane resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MARENENE, PatrickA community councillor who was stabbed, stoned and burnt to death by a large group of named and other UDF supporters in Oudtshoorn, Cape, on 22 November 1985. Six people were convicted of the killing, three of which were sentenced to death, later commuted to prison terms.References
MARETLOANE, Thabang 22An ANC supporter who was tortured by attempted suffocation while he was in detention in West Bank prison, East London, in June 1986.References
MARETLWA, Joseph Mozwethemba 41A civic activist who was arrested and subjected to electric shock torture by members of the SAP at Uranjoville police station, Jouberton, Klerksdorp, Transvaal, during December 1991. Mr Maretlwa was leading a residents` campaign to dismiss the local council and cancel all arrears on communal services.References
MARETLWA, KgutliWas severely beaten with a hosepipe at the taxi rank in Bekkersdal, near Westonaria, Transvaal, by a named member of the SAP during May 1990. He and two friends who were also attacked were then taken to the police garage and beaten further.References
MARI, Ndoyisile WilliamAn ANC supporter who was arrested in Port Elizabeth in 1964, and sentenced to seven years` imprisonment on Robben Island, Cape Town. After his release, he was placed under restrictions in the King William`s Town area, Cape.References
MARI, Vuyisile 4Was assaulted by members of the SAP at KwaZakele, Port Elizabeth, in 1964, during a government crackdown on the ANC. His father served time on Robben Island for his involvement in ANC activities.References
MARIE, BobbyWas detained by members of the Security Branch in 1976 and held without trial for five months. Mr Marie was reportedly targeted because his mother-in-law was president of the Black Women`s Federation.References
MARIPA, Susan 34Was shot dead by two named perpetrators associated with the Mandela United Football Club in Tladi, Soweto, Johannesburg, on 29 October 1987 after it was alleged that Ms Maripa knew too much about a neighbour`s death.References
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