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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
MOLOTSANE, Jostinas OupaWas severely injured when AWB members detonated a car bomb in Bree Street, Johannesburg, on 24 April 1994, in an effort to disrupt the electoral process. Seven people were killed and 13 injured in the blast. Two perpetrators were granted amnesty (AC/1999/0342). See right-wing attacks.References
MOLOTSI, Esther 11Was shot dead by members of the SAP on 13 September 1985 in Pimville, Soweto, Johannesburg, when they opened fire on a group of youths stoning a delivery vehicle.References
MOLOTSI, Frederick Sefike 41Was severely beaten by IFP supporters in July 1991 in Alexandra, Johannes-burg, for his involvement in civic structures. Alexandra was tense following clashes between IFP- aligned hostel-dwellers and ANC-supporting township residents.References
MOLOTSI, Irish Pule 37Was shot and severely injured by members of the SAP in Sebokeng, Tvl, on 20 June 1993. Police thought Mr Pule was linked to APLA.References
MOLOTSI, Limakatso Anna 37Was shot by members of the SAP during the Sharpeville massacre in Sharpeville, Vereeniging, Tvl, on 21 March 1960. Police opened fire on an unarmed crowd people holding a peaceful protest against the Pass Laws, killing 69 people and injuring several others.References
MOLOTSI, Lira JosephWas injured and suffered damage to property during the Boipatong massacre by IFP supporters in Boipatong, near Vanderbijlpark, Tvl, on 17 June 1992, which left 45 people dead and 27 seriously injured. Thirteen perpetrators were granted amnesty, a further three applications were refused (AC/2000/209).References
MOLOTSI, Ramasoeu Saul 28An ANC supporter who had his home and car damaged in a petrol bomb attack on 24 April 1992 in Sebokeng, Tvl, during intense conflict in the Vaal Triangle between IFP and ANC supporters. Mr Molotsi was targeted because his wife was suspected of being an IFP supporter.References
MOLOTSI, Tiny Christinah 17Was shot by a member of the IFP in Taung, Bophuthatswana, in September 1991. Ms Molotsi was one of the residents patrolling the streets to protect their community against expected attacks by IFP supporters.References
MOLOWITZ, Jan 39Was shot and left permanently disabled by a named Special Constable at Kwa-Mandlenkosi, Beaufort West, Cape, on 11 July 1987.References
MOLULI, MarekeniWas assaulted and dowsed with petrol on 30 September 1986 at a community meeting in the veld at Daantjie Trust, near Nelspruit, Tvl, because he was suspected of being an informer. One of the perpetrators was named by another victim who died later of injuries after being attacked and set alight.References
MOLUNGWANA, (first names not given)A civilian who was traumatised when the vehicle in which she was a passenger was hijacked at gunpoint by APLA operatives in Herschel, near Lady Grey, OFS, on 19 November 1992. See APLA attacks. Two APLA members were granted amnesty (AC/2001/134).References
MOLUSI, KagishoWas injured in a hand grenade explosion on 25 May 1993 in Kimberley, Cape, during an ANC protest march to the Bophuthatswana consulate. Two MK operatives threw a hand grenade at the building which bounced back into the crowd, killing one person and injuring 41 others. Two ANC members were wrongly convicted of the killing. Four MK operatives and ANC members, two of whom denied guilt, were refused amnesty (AC/2000/053 and AC/2000/241).References
MOLUTSI, Selolo Suzan 49A member of the ANCWL who was detained and tortured in Klerksdorp, Tvl, on 12 February 1991.References
MOMOZA, Michael SteemA member of Poqo who was sentenced to one year`s imprisonment in 1962 in Mqanduli, Transkei, for his Poqo activities.References
MONA, Erick Sihudu 24An ANC supporter who was tortured by members of the SADF over five days at a military base in Hazyview, Tvl, during July 1986. He was subjected to electric shock torture to his genitals, suffocated, chained to a tree and deprived of food and water. A nationwide state of emergency had been declared on 12 June 1986 which gave carte blanche to the security forces to detain anyone they suspected of undermining state security.References
MONA, Nolungile Belly 46An ANC member who was severely beaten by a named member of the Transkei Police in 1990 at her home in Bebeza Village, near Sterkspruit, Transkei, during a campaign against chiefs.References
MONAHENG, Bellina Mantoa 15An ANC supporter who was stabbed and injured by a named perpetrator during a protest march in Pontseng, Matatiele, Natal, on 7 February 1990. She was arrested and taken to Maluti police station where she was assaulted by members of the SAP.References
MONAHENG, Christina Makresmesi 35An ANC supporter who was severely beaten by members of the Transkei Defence Force in Pontseng, Matatiele, Natal, on 7 February 1990. Security Forces were allegedly assaulting and arresting anyone they suspected of having taken part in a protest march earlier that day.References
MONAISA, Josiah Rakwena 50Was shot dead by IFP supporters on 14 March 1992 in Meadowlands, Soweto, Johannesburg, during conflict between IFP-aligned hostel-dwellers and ANC-aligned residents. Two attackers stopped the taxi in which Mr Monaisa was travelling, boarded it and shot the driver dead. They then drove to Mzimhlophe hostel where they shot Mr Monaisa. The taxi was later recovered by the police.References
MONAKALE, Stephen Lesala 54A SANCO supporter who was detained without a charge on 12 June 1986 during protests in East London. He was released in April 1987.References
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