The victims' index provides a comprehensive listing of the known victims of politically motivated crimes during the apartheid era, as identified through the TRC.
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
|SEXWALE, Lesetsha Joseph||An MK operative, deployed in the Transkei, who was caught with four other operatives at a police roadblock near Elliot, Cape, on 11 August 1981. Three of the operatives were killed in a shoot-out while Mr Sexwale and one other escaped. They were cornered and died fighting at Barkly Pass two days later. The four bodies were secretly buried on the farm, Lushof, in the magisterial district of Rouxville, near Aliwal North, Cape, and were exhumed by the Commission on 9 April 1997. ||References|
|SEXWALE, Mosima Gabriel ‘Tokyo’||An MK operative who was detained, interrogated and tortured at John Vorster Square, Johannesburg, by members of the Witwatersrand Security Branch on 30/31 December 1976. Mr Sexwale was later sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment. One Witwatersrand Security Branch operative was granted amnesty (AC/2001/275).||References|
|SEYAYI, Ngangelizwe Joseph||33||Was severely beaten by a named member of the SAP after his arrest on 1 April 1986 in Bela-Bela, Warmbaths, Transvaal. He was charged for taking part in protest action against the Warmbaths council, and sentenced to five years’ imprisonment.||References|
|SGOTLO, (first name not given)||Was shot and injured by an ANCYL member in Khutsong, Carletonville, Transvaal, on 24 December 1990. One ANCYL member was granted amnesty, while another, who denied any involvement in the attack, was refused amnesty (AC/97/0001 and AC/97/0004).||References|
|SGOXO, Mazwi Edward||Was injured after being shot by members of an ANC self-defence unit (SDU) in Khutsong, Carletonville, Tvl, on 24 December 1990. One ANCYL member was granted amnesty, while another, who denied any involvement in the attack, was refused amnesty (AC/97/0001 and AC/97/0004). ||References|
|SGWAZA, Anna Gugile||37||She had her house burnt down by IFP supporters in Sonkombo, Ndwedwe, KwaZulu, near Durban, on 20 March 1994. See Sonkombo arson attacks. ||References||