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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 MOL-MOZ

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NameAgeDescription
MOLOENA, Voeltjie 45Was stoned to death on 3 September 1985 while travelling home from work by bus in Orange Farm, Tvl, during political conflict in the Vaal Triangle.References
MOLOI, Aaron Kgosiesile 32Was kicked and severely tortured by members of the mine security and the SAP, during a strike at Giegma mine in Sasolburg, OFS, on 26 August 1990, allegedly because he refused to turn state witness in the investigation into violent conflict on the mine.References
MOLOI, AndriesWas shot dead in August 1992, in Ratanda, near Heidelberg, Transvaal, during a labour dispute between striking COSATU-aligned FAWU workers and non-striking IFP-aligned UWUSA workers which caused violent conflict from July to December 1992.References
MOLOI, Christopher Dube MatsamaiWas abducted and assaulted by a member of the ANC`s Security Department in Johannesburg in April 1994. The applicant suspected that Mr Khumalo and others had broken into his minibusand stolen sensitive ANC security-related documents and other goods, which were then handed to an IFP supporter. The applicant was granted amnesty for the incident (AC/2001/066).References
MOLOI, Dimakatso Grace 29Was shot and injured by a named member of the SAP in Ratanda, near Heidelberg, Tvl, during a mass funeral of a `comrade` on 13 July 1985. Several others were shot and injured when police opened fire on mourners.References
MOLOI, Eddie Mpho 11Was shot and injured by members of the SAP in White City, Soweto, Johannes-burg, on 16 June 1976, the first day of the Soweto uprising.References
MOLOI, Elphus Jacob Motsamai 35An ANC supporter who was severely beaten with rifle butts in July 1992 in Phola Park, Tokoza, Tvl, allegedly by members of the ISU.References
MOLOI, JacobAn ANC member who was abducted and shot dead by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) in Katlehong, Tvl, on 7 December 1993. Eleven people were killed, nine execution-style, during conflict between the local ANCYL and SDU members. Thirteen SDU members were refused amnesty (AC/1998/0013).References
MOLOI, JacobWas shot dead by members of the SAP in Duduza, Nigel, Tvl, on 20 May 1985.References
MOLOI, Johanna 27Was injured in an explosion in Roodepoort, Tvl, on 14 July 1990.References
MOLOI, Joseph 28Was shot and severely injured on 13 November 1993 in Katlehong, Tvl, allegedly by members of the ISU during ongoing political conflict in the area.References
MOLOI, Kebane Phineas 35A Black Local Authority member who was detained in Nigel, Tvl, in 1986 during the state of emergency. Mr Moloi was mayor of Duduza, Nigel, Tvl, in 1983.References
MOLOI, Lehlohonolo Lambert Sekenku (aka `A`)He was MK`s Chief of Operations. Along with three others, he was twice targeted for killing, first at the Lion Park Motel and later at the Oasis Motel, Gaborone, during August and September 1987. Both operations, jointly conducted by SADF Special Forces and the Security Branch, failed. The divisional commander of the Western Transvaal Security Branch and five Soweto Security Branch operatives were granted amnesty (AC/1999/0308).References
MOLOI, Lenepha Montgomery 28An MK operative who was shot dead in an ambush at Alldays, Tvl, near the Botswana border, on 10 July 1986 by a joint team comprising SADF Special Forces and Far Northern Transvaal Security Branch members. Fourteen Security Branch operatives, including the divisional commander, applied for amnesty. Nine of these aplications were refused (AC/1999/0176).References
MOLOI, LindaWas shot and killed by Inkatha supporters during an attack on UDF supporters at Imbali, Pietermaritzburg, on 13 January 1989. One perpetrator was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0334).References
MOLOI, Malekea Abram 17An ANCYL member who was detained on four occasions between January 1986 and December 1987 in Harrismith, OFS. He was severely tortured in detention because of his political activities.References
MOLOI, Maria Dimakatso 39Was injured when a hand grenade exploded in a bus transporting workers in Heidelberg, Transvaal, on 28 September 1992. One person was killed and 13 others were injured in the attack. A labour dispute between striking COSATU-aligned FAWU workers and non-striking IFP-aligned UWUSA workers caused violent conflict from July to December 1992.References
MOLOI, Maria MakhalaWas injured when a limpet mine, placed under a police van by members of the `Basil February` MK unit, exploded at the Duduza stadium, Tvl, on 11 June 1989. One MK operative was granted amnesty for attempted murder (AC/2000/158).References
MOLOI, Maria Meisie 23Was taking part in a protest march when she was shot in the leg on 15 May 1993 in Tokoza, Tvl, allegedly by IFP supporters and members of the SAP who opened fire when the crowd passed Mshayazafe hostel.References
MOLOI, Meshack Sizwe 15Was shot dead by a named member of the SAP in Duduza, Nigel, Tvl, on 6 May 1993 during political conflict. The policeman allegedly shot Meshack four times and then placed a brick on his stomach and jumped on it.References
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