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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 SA-SG

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SEAKAMELA, Podu Philemon 57He had his home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, allegedly by supporters of Chief BK Matlala, because Mr Seakamela resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
SEAKAMELA, Ramokoni Maria 46She had her home burnt down on 2 February 1980 in GaMatlala, Lebowa, allegedly by supporters of Chief BK Matlala, because she resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
SEAKGOA, Madibo Shadrack20Was severely beaten and tortured by members of the SAP after his arrest on 1 May 1990 in Hartbeesfontein, Tvl. Mr Seakgoa was arrested because he was a student leader who openly criticised the government in a leading black opposition newspaper. References
SEAKGWA, Tsotetsi HendrikWas shot dead by members of the SAP on 28 February 1986 in Khuma, Stilfontein, Tvl, during the state of emergency. References
SEALA, Ramokoni Matlou 58She lost her home in an arson attack on 2 February 1980 at GaMatlala, Lebowa, allegedly by supporters of Chief BK Matlala, because she resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
SEALOGO, (first name not given)A member of the SAP who suffered damage to his property when an MK operative threw a hand grenade into a room of his house at White City, KwaThema, Transvaal, during 1987. The MK operative was granted amnesty (AC/2000/166). References
SEANE, Mark42Was detained and tortured by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in December 1992 in Taung, Bophuthatswana, during violence over the chieftainship of the village. References
SEATLE, StockyWas assaulted and arrested by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in Taung, Bophuthatswana, on 13 March 1992 following clashes over the chieftaincy in the area. References
SEATLHOLO, Jacob GaonakalaA veteran ANC member who was arrested in April 1976 in Johannesburg and detained for 90 days at John Vorster Square. While in detention he was repeatedly beaten and subjected to electric shock tort u re. He was later charged under the Terrorism Act and sentenced to 12 rs’ imprisonment on Robben Island.References
SEATLHOLO, Setibane Sisky Annah16An ANC activist who was severely tortured and strangled with an electric wire by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in Thaba Nchu, Bophuthatswana, in 1977 because of her involvement in underground activities in the aftermath of the 1976 Soweto uprising. References
SEBAE, John Moeketsi24Was shot and killed on 15 May 1992 at a playground in Zone 12 Sebokeng, Transvaal, during clashes between ANC- supporting residents and IFP-supporting hostel-dwellers. References
SEBAKA, Justice Kleinkie24A NUMSA member who was stripped naked and tortured during his detention at Naboomspruit police station, Transvaal, on 14 November 1992 following a night vigil held for assassinated SACP leader Chris Hani in the area. References
SEBAKA, StephenWas shot and injured by gunmen in a red minibus on 3 May 1992 in Alexandra, Johannesburg, during clashes between IFP-supporting hostel-dwellers and ANC-supporting residents. See drive-by shootings. References
SEBAKE, Gosalamang VironicaWas arrested and sjambokked by members of the Bophuthatswana Police in 1991 in Kuruman, Cape, while attending the launch of an ANC branch in the Maipei village. Sebake was kept in detention and repeatedly assaulted for three days. References
SEBAKELA, Maseditsi LydiaShe suffered severe ill-treatment and damage to property during the Boipatong massacre by IFP supporters in Boipatong, near Vanderbijlpark, Transvaal, on 17 June 1992, which left forty five people dead and twenty seven seriously injured. Thirteen perpetrators were granted amnesty; a further three applications were refused (AC/2000/209). References
SEBATHE, Boitumelo Pamela32Was shot by members of the SAP on 30 January 1976 in Dobsonville, Soweto, Johannesburg, during the period of tension leading up to the Soweto uprising. References
SEBATI, LWas injured when MK operatives detonated an explosive in a car outside the South African Air Force (SAAF) headquarters in Church Street, Pretoria, on 20 May 1983. Twenty-one people were killed and 217 injured. The overall commander of MK’s Special Operations Unit and two MK operatives were granted amnesty (AC/2001/003 and AC/2001/023). See Church Street bombing, Pretoria. References
SEBATJANE, Matshwene 39He lost his home when it was burnt down on 2 Febru a ry 1980 at GaMatlala, Lebowa, allegedly by supporters of Chief BK Matlala, because Mr Sebatjane resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
SEBATJANE, Matshwene39He lost his home when it was burnt down on 2 Febru a ry 1980 at GaMatlala, Lebowa, allegedly by supporters of Chief BK Matlala, because Mr Sebatjane resisted Lebowa’s proposed independence from South Africa.References
SEBE, Charles A former commander in the CDF who was shot dead on 28 January 1991, the day after he had escaped from a CDF roadblock between Stutterheim and King William’s Town, Cape. Together with former CDF general, Colonel Onward Guzana, Major General Sebe, who had been living in Transkei for some years, left Transkei and drove to Ciskei with the intention of taking over Brigadier Oupa Gqozo’s government, unaware that they were being lured into a trap. An inquest court found that Major General Sebe was illegally shot dead while surrendering.References
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