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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 MC-MD

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MCHUNU, VincentAn ANC supporter who was shot and injured by Inkatha supporters during political violence at Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, in August 1988. One perpetrator was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0332).References
MCHUNU, Vincent Mazwi 17A UDF supporter who was abducted by Inkatha supporters in Pietermaritzburg on 17 July 1986 during intensifying political conflict in the area. He has not been seen since and is presumed dead.References
MCHUNU, Wiseman Simomo 26An ANC supporter who was shot dead by IFP supporters, allegedly assisted by members of the KwaZulu Police, at Ntiyane, Umbumbulu, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 1 March 1991.References
MCHUNU, Wiseman Sipho 29An ANC supporter who was shot dead on 8 March 1992, when IFP supporters attacked a home in Zamani informal settlement, Umlazi, Durban. Mr Mchunu was staying overnight with friends at the house.References
MCHUNU, ZamaniAn IFP supporter who was killed by ANC supporters in Wembezi, KwaZulu, near Estcourt, Natal, on 28 March 1993.References
MCHUNU, Zodwa Margaret 42An IFP supporter who had her house destroyed in an arson attack by IFP supporters in Haladu, Nqutu, KwaZulu, near Vryheid, Natal, in April 1994 in intense political conflict in the area during the run-up to the April 1994 elections.References
MCHUNU-NTINGA, MandlaAn ANC supporter who was shot and killed by a group of IFP supporters at Ndlovu`s Kraal, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 7 March 1992, in ongoing political conflict in the area. Eight people died and five were injured in the attack. One perpetrator serving a prison sentence was refused amnesty (AC/1998/0010).References
MCILONGO, DavidWas stabbed and burnt to death on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when named perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations. Mr Mcilongo was accused of being an informer before he was doused with petrol and set alight. His son and other members of the family were killed with him, and their houses burnt down.References
MCILONGO, Fumbathile GladmanWas detained and tortured on 14 April 1986 after fighting between two rival residents` associations in East London. Mr Mcilongo died in June 1989 as a result of injuries sustained in detention.References
MCILONGO, LulamaWas stabbed and burnt to death on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when named perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations. Mr Mcilongo was accused of being an informer before he was doused with petrol and set alight.References
MCILONGO, MzonkeWas stabbed and burnt to death on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when named perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations. Mr Mcilongo was accused of being an informer before he was doused with petrol and set alight. His father and other members of the family were killed with him, and their houses burnt down.References
MCILONGO, Nomathokazi Deborah 64She lost her house in an arson attack on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when named perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations and accused them of being informers. Her husband and son were burnt to death in the attack.References
MCILONGO, Nomavela Ethelina 39She lost her house in an arson attack on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when named perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations and accused them of being informers. Several family members were killed in the attack.References
MCILONGO, Nomight Ella 66She lost her house in an arson attack on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London, when the perpetrators attacked the Mcilongo family during conflict between two rival residents` associations and accused them of being informers. Several family members were killed in the attack.References
MCILONGO, Vuyisile Victor 41He lost his house and livestock in an arson attack by named perpetrators on 13 April 1986 at Mzwini, Mooiplaas, near East London during conflict between two rival residents` associations. The Mcilongo family were accused of being informers. Several family members were killed in the attack.References
MCILONGO, Xolile Louis 20An ANCYL member who was subjected to electric shock torture by members of the SAP in Mhluzi, Middelburg, Transvaal, in July 1988 because they wanted information on his political activities.References
MCINEKA, Lawrence Linda 46An ANC supporter who was shot dead by IFP supporters on 30 October 1993 at Folweni, KwaZulu, near Umlazi, Durban.References
MCIZWA, PungulaAn ANC supporter who spent five years in prison following his arrest in 1960 in Bizana, Transkei, for his involvement in the Pondoland revolt. Mr Mcizwa died shortly after his release, allegedly as a result of injuries sustained while in detention. See Pondoland revolt. References
McKAY, Anne Frances 23An End Conscription Campaign member who was harassed and her home was petrol-bombed by named members of the Security Branch in Berea, Johannesburg, on 11 July 1986. Ms McKay was also a UDF and JODAC activist.References
McKENNA, JohnWas injured in what became known as the Magoo`s Bar bombing in Durban on 14 June 1986. The explosion killed three women and injured at least 74 other people. Seven MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/128).References
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