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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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MARWANQANA, Monde 3She survived an attempted killing when SADF Special Forces operatives attacked several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Monde`s mother, grandfather and an uncle were among those killed. Her grandmother, brother, aunt and uncle survived the attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Mutiwe Nellie 47She survived an attempted killing when SADF Special Forces operatives attacked several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Ms Marwanqana`s husband, a son and a daughter were among those killed. Two of her other children and two grandchildren survived the attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Mzukisi 17Was shot dead in an attack by SADF Special Forces operatives on several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans, including Mr Marwanqana`s father and sister, and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Phumelane 12He survived an attempted killing when SADF Special Forces operatives attacked several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Phumelane`s father, a brother and sister were among those killed. His mother, sister, niece and nephew survived the attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Pumeza 22She survived an attempted killing when SADF Special Forces operatives attacked several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and 12 citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Ms Marwanqana`s father, her brother and sister were among those killed. Her mother, sister, niece and nephew survived the attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Thandiswa 32Was shot dead in an attack by SADF Special Forces operatives on several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Ms Marwanqana`s father and brother were amongst those killed. Her six month old daughter survived. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWANQANA, Yolanda 10 monthsShe survived an attempted killing when SADF Special Forces operatives attacked several ANC houses and a block of flats in Maseru, Lesotho, on 9 December 1982. Thirty South Africans and twelve citizens of Lesotho were killed in the midnight attack. Yolanda`s mother, grandfather and an uncle were among those killed. Her grandmother, brother, aunt and uncle survived the attack. The family was from Port Elizabeth.References
MARWEBU, Talente Mirriam 62An IFP supporter who had her home at Richmond Farm, near KwaMashu, Durban, burnt down by ANC supporters on 3 July 1990.References
MARWESHE, Mahlaola Jeanet 13Was shot and severely injured in Moutse, KwaNdebele, on 23 March 1992 when members of the SADF were called in by the local chief to quell political protests in the area.References
MARWEXU, Nosipho Blossom 20A COSAS member who was beaten by members of the Security Police while in detention at Cambridge police station, East London, on 18 June 1986. She was accused of burning the homes of two police members during the 1986 state of emergency. See police brutality.References
MARX, GetruidaShe sustained damage to her property in a limpet mine explosion at a bus stop near the Checkers shopping complex in Silverton, Transvaal, on 4 July 1986. Four MK operatives were granted amnesty for the attack (AC/1999/0257).References
MASA, ElizabethSurvived when shots were fired into the home of the Ntsime family at Mmabatho, Bophuthatswana, during an attempted coup d`‚tat on 10 February 1988. Two Bophuthatswana Defence Force members were granted amnesty for their role in the attempted coup (AC/2000/044).References
MASABALALA, Sandra 20She died after she was tear-gassed by members of the SAP in Port Elizabeth on 21 April 1986 during the state of emergency. See police brutality.References
MASAKALA, Jamina 27Was burnt to death in an arson attack on her home in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 12 September 1990 during political conflict. Ms Masakhala`s husband was also killed in the attack.References
MASAKALA, Joshua 27Was burnt to death in an arson attack on his home in Tokoza, Transvaal, on 12 September 1990 during political conflict. His wife was also killed in the attack.References
MASALA, EdithShe had her shop looted and subsequently burnt down by `comrades` during a consumer boycott in September 1990 at Evaton, Transvaal.References
MASALA, Nicholus 46A CAWU member who was shot and injured by members of the SAP during protests in Mdantsane, Ciskei, on 8 August 1987.References
MASALESA, Raisibe Albertina 32She had her home demolished by members of the Bophuthatswana Police acting on an eviction order from the Bophutha-tswana government in Sekampaneng, Hammanskraal, Transvaal, on 8 February 1993.References
MASAMANZI, Mlungisi Samuel 24A BCM member who was shot and severely injured by members of the SAP in Guguletu, Cape Town, on 11 August 1976. His left arm was amputated as a result of the shooting.References
MASANABO, Folobi Jacob 32An ANC supporter who was shot dead by members of the SAP who opened fire on a crowd of people marching to the town council offices in Mamelodi, Pretoria, on 21 November 1985. The marchers were protesting against rent increases.References
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