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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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NameAgeDescription
MASUKU, CliffordWas injured when his home was bombed by a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch in Atteridgeville, Pretoria, on 5 June 1986. His mother died in the explosion and other family members were injured. Two Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives and a member of a SAP Special Investigation Unit were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/2001/027).References
MASUKU, Dumazile 28Was injured when the bus she was travelling in was shot at and set alight in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 23 September 1991 during political conflict in the area.References
MASUKU, EdwardAn ANC member who died in an ANC camp prison in Angola in 1985. Negligence due to poor detention facilities contributed to his ill health and death. One ANC camp commander was granted amnesty for negligence in the death (AC/2000/149). References
MASUKU, Ezekiel Oupa 28A SAYCO member and youth worker for the SACC who survived the bombing of his home by a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch on 5 June 1986 in Atteridgeville, Pretoria. His mother died in the explosion and at least three family members were injured. Two Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives and a member of a SAP Special Investigation Unit were granted amnesty (AC/2001/027).References
MASUKU, Jacob Samuel 47Was one of three civilians killed when a car bomb, planted by MK operatives, exploded outside the NBS building in Witbank, Transvaal, on 24 October 1988. The building was used for commercial purposes, but also housed the Witbank Security Branch offices. Three people were killed and over 20 were injured, mainly civilians. Two MK operatives were granted amnesty for the bombing (AC/2000/055).References
MASUKU, Madiphoso EstherShe died when her home Atteridgeville, Pretoria, was bombed by a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch on 5 June 1986. The attack was aimed at Ms Masuku`s son, a youth activist. Two Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives and a member of a SAP Special Investigation Unit were granted amnesty (AC/2001/027).References
MASUKU, NdumaniHe survived the bombing of his home by a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch in Atteridgeville, Pretoria, on 5 June 1986. His mother died in the explosion and other family members were injured. Two Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives and a member of a SAP Special Investigation Unit were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/2001/027).References
MASUKU, PhiwayinkosiWas stabbed to death by ANC supporters at Somopho, KwaZulu, near Empangeni, Natal, on 17 July 1992 in continuing political violence in the area. Mr Masuku was allegedly perceived to be an IFP supporter.References
MASUKU, Samson Khophi 42Was severely beaten in Entshawini, KwaZulu, near Stanger, Natal, in February 1989, in intensifying conflict between UDF and Inkatha supporters in the area. While he was in hospital, his house was burnt to the ground.References
MASUKU, Samuel Veli 21An ANC supporter who was shot in Vosloorus, Transvaal, on 27 April 1994 during an attack on a tavern where he was celebrating the April 1994 election. Mr Masuku died in hospital on 1 May 1994.References
MASUKU, ThaboWas injured when his home was bombed by a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch in Atteridgeville, Pretoria, on 5 June 1986. His mother died in the explosion and other family members were injured. Two Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives and a member of a SAP Special Investigation Unit were granted amnesty for the incident (AC/2001/027).References
MASUKU, Thembi Emily 46She had her house burnt in an arson attack in Imbali, Pietermaritzburg, in 1992 in ongoing conflict between ANC and IFP supporters in the area. She was allegedly targeted because her sons were ANC supporters.References
MASUKU, Thokozile Pam Rejoice 22Was shot dead in Pietermaritzburg, allegedly by members of the SAP, on 14 February 1989 during intensifying conflict between UDF and Inkatha supporters in the area. Ms Masuku was missing for two weeks before her family found that she had been buried without their being notified of the death. The body was exhumed for identification on 21 March 1989 and reburied two days later.References
MASUKU, ThulaniAn ANC executive committee member who was shot and stabbed to death on 30 August 1992 during conflict between IFP and ANC supporters in Wesselton, Ermelo, Transvaal.References
MASUKU, Thulani Hansford 26An ANC supporter who was shot dead by named IFP supporters in Imbali, Pietermaritzburg, on 23 April 1994 during the run-up to the April 1994 elections. References
MASUNYANE, Mathabo Adelina 65A Dikwankwetla National Party (DNP) supporter who had her house burnt down by UDF supporters in Botshabelo, near Bloemfontein, on 16 July 1989, allegedly because of her support for the DNP.References
MASWANGANYI, Alina 48Was kicked in her stomach by named members of the SAP in Louis Trichardt, Transvaal, on 16 May 1985 during the partial state of emergency.References
MASWANGANYI, JoelWas shot dead when Bophuthatswana Police fired on a crowd gathered to protest against police brutality at City Rocks Stadium, Winterveld, Bophuthatswana on 26 March 1986. See City Rocks Shooting.References
MASWANGANYI, Tinyiko Believe John 15Was severely tortured when he was detained for 18 months in Louis Trichardt, Transvaal, on 16 May 1985. Members of the SAP put wet socks over his head, sjambokked him, left him naked and pulled his genitals. He was leading a youth mass meeting when arrested and the Security Branch believed that he had undergone clandestine military training in a neighbouring country.References
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