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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
MOLOLO (MOFOKENG), Christina NthabisengWas assaulted and abducted, together with one other person, by a group of COSAS students in Sebokeng, Tvl, on 15 October 1988. The two were allegedly state witnesses in trials against `comrades`. They escaped serious injury when the perpetrators were accosted by a police patrol. One COSAS member was granted amnesty (AC/2000/208).References
MOLOMO, Keresemose Johannes 24He had his home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because Mr Molomo resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLOMO, Lesiba WilliamWas arrested and beaten by members of the SAP in 1976 in Pretoria, because he campaigned against the homelands policy.References
MOLOMONYANA, Moses Laki 36A community leader who was beaten and subjected to electric shock torture by named members of the SAP in Jouberton, Klerksdorp, Tvl, in December 1991. Residents were campaigning for the dismissal of the local council and the cancellation of all arrears on communal services. Mr Molomonyana was a block leader during this campaign.References
MOLONGA, George 19Was detained between March 1985 and September 1985 at Pearston police station, Cape, allegedly because of his involvement in public violence during political conflict in the area, following the funeral of the Cradock Four. While in detention, he was tortured by members of the SAP.References
MOLONYANA, Rahube DanielWas tortured by members of the Bophuthatswana Police at Ga-Rankuwa, Bophuthatswana, in February 1987. Mr Molonyana was arrested after attending a meeting organised by the Garankuwa Youth League.References
MOLOPO, Geelbooi 52Was severely beaten by Imbokodo vigilantes in January 1986 in Siyabuswa, KwaNdebele, during conflict over the proposed independence of KwaNdebele.References
MOLOPO, Lucas 17A COSAS member who was shot dead by members of the Lebowa Police in Sekhukhuneland, Lebowa, in March 1986 while returning from a political meeting.References
MOLOROSI, JimmyWas severely beaten by members of the `Zim-Zim` faction in Khutsong, Carletonville, Tvl, on 24 June 1990 due to his association with the `Gadaffi` faction. The ANC-aligned Khutsong Youth Congress had split into these two factions and were in violent conflict with each other. At least 17 people were killed in Khutsong between 1989 and 1991 before a peace pact took effect in May 1991.References
MOLOSE, Mzwabantu 22An ANC supporter who was arrested on 18 March 1985 in Pearston, Cape, during a consumer boycott. He was sentenced to eight years` imprisonment for public violence and was severely tortured during his detention. Mr Molose died soon after of alleged respiratory distress, in East London prison.References
MOLOSIOA, Bella Joyce 53She lost her home when members of the Three Million gang forced her to surrender her house to them in Maokeng, Kroonstad, OFS, on 3 December 1991. The gang retained possession of the house for several years. Ms Molosioa`s nephew had been killed three days before this incident.References
MOLOSIOA, Taelo NicodemusHe had his home petrol-bombed by Orange Free State Security Branch operatives in Mangaung, Bloemfontein, in June 1986. The operatives suspected him of acting as an ANC courier. One Security Branch operative was granted amnesty (AC/1999/0025).References
MOLOSIOA, Tumelo Neville Nicholas 9He had his family home petrol-bombed by members of the SAP and named members of the Security Branch in Botshabelo, near Bloemfontein, in June 1986, allegedly because his father was involved with the SACC and assisted underground political activists.References
MOLOTEDI, (first name not given)Was assaulted and tortured, allegedly by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in Mokgola, Leeuwfontein, Tvl, on 1 July 1989.References
MOLOTO, DavidWas injured in June 1986 when a covert unit of the Northern Transvaal Security Branch used rocket launchers, an explosive device and machine-guns to attack a petrol station at Tweefontein, Kwandabele. The owner of the garage allegedly gave assistance to MK operatives. Two members of an SAP Special Investigation Unit and three Northern Transvaal Security Branch operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/105 and AC/2001/27).References
MOLOTO, Kitimi Johannes 54He had his home burnt down on 2 February 1980 at GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because Mr Moloto resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLOTO, Nganyago EliasHe had his home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because Mr Moloto resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLOTO, Peter Reginald 17An ANC supporter who was severely beaten by Municipal Police in 1986 in Bela-Bela, Warmbaths, Tvl, during political unrest in the area.References
MOLOTO, Raisetja 42She had her home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because she resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
MOLOTO, Ramokone Mokgadi 49She lost her home when it was burnt down on 2 February 1980 at GaMatlala, Lebowa, by supporters of Chief BK Matlala because she resisted Lebowa`s proposed independence from South Africa.References
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