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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 MAT-MAZ

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NameAgeDescription
MAZOKWANA, China Gray 35Was stabbed and injured by Inkatha supporters in Vryheid, Natal, in June 1986, allegedly because he was a COSATU member.References
MAZOMBA, Boy Charles 20An ANC supporter who was shot dead by members of the SAP in White City, Soweto, Johannesburg, on 14 September 1976 in the wake of the Soweto uprising. See Soweto uprising. References
MAZOMBA, Sindiswa Flora 45Was threatened with a gun and her home was petrol-bombed in Katlehong, Transvaal, on 25 May 1993, allegedly by IFP supporters from Buyafuthi hostel, during political conflict in the area.References
MAZUBANE, Lamekhi Mbongiseni 26An ANC supporter who was attacked by named IFP supporters in Nyandezulu, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on three occasions between February and April 1991.References
MAZUBANE, Magubeni 73An ANC supporter who was shot and injured by IFP supporters in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 3 October 1993. Mr Mazubane was an induna for the chief, but was labelled an ANC supporter and sacked from his position. His wife, a nephew and a friend were killed in the attack on their home.References
MAZUBANE, NgwalaAn ANC supporter who was abducted by four named IFP supporters in Port Shepstone, Natal, on 9 February 1991, allegedly because he refused to join the IFP. He managed to escape, but his friend was shot dead.References
MAZUBANE, Thokozile Alice 64An ANC supporter who was hacked and shot dead by IFP supporters in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 3 October 1993. Her husband, an induna to the chief, was sacked on suspicion of being an ANC supporter, and their home was attacked. Her son and a friend were also killed in the attack.References
MAZUBANE, Thomas Sakhiwe 25An ANC supporter who was shot and injured by fellow ANC supporters who attacked taxi passengers in Port Shepstone, Natal, in November 1993. The attackers allegedly believed the taxi to be occupied by IFP supporters.References
MAZUBANE, Thulani Goodboy 14Was shot dead by IFP supporters in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 3 October 1993. The family home was attacked because they were thought to be sympathetic to the ANC. His mother and a friend were also killed in the attack.References
MAZUBANI, Dumephi 66An ANC supporter who had his house burnt down and his furniture stolen by Amasinyora vigilantes in Murchison, near Port Shepstone, Natal, on 15 March 1994, in the run-up to the April 1994 elections.References
MAZULA, Kenneth Mbulelo 20Was shot dead when members of the SAP opened fire on mourners at the funeral of unrest victim Nation Nkosana Bahume in Worcester, Cape, on 31 August 1985. The funeral had been placed under restriction orders.References
MAZUNGULA, Sizwe Douglas 20A student activist who was detained and assaulted by members of the SAP in Kirkwood, Cape, in March 1985. After his release in April 1985, he disappeared and has not been seen since. References
MAZUZA, Lukhele Phillip 19Was severely injured when a booby-trapped grenade exploded in his hand in Duduza, Nigel, Transvaal, on 25 June 1985. Mr Mazuza was one of seven activists in the area recruited for supposed military training by a Vlakplaas askari and then killed or injured in this incident. The perpetrators have applied for amnesty.References
MAZWAI, Siphiwo Hamlet 30An MK operative who was shot dead in a shoot-out with members of the Transkei Police at Mount Fletcher, Transkei, in 1987.References
MAZWEMBE, Luke Storie 32An ANC supporter and trade union organiser who was found hanged in his cell at Caledon Square police station, Cape Town, a few hours after he had been arrested on 4 September 1976. His body had several other injuries. The Commission found that his death was the direct or indirect result of torture.References
MAZWI, Abednigo NzimeniA member of SAYCO and the Khutsong Youth Congress who was dragged from his home and stabbed to death at a taxi rank in Khuma, Stilfontein, Transvaal, on 31 October 1990. One ANCYL/ SAYCO member was granted amnesty. Although convicted, two others denied involvement in the killing and were refused amnesty (AC/1997/0002, AC/1997/0003 and AC/97/0005).References
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