Issued by: Truth and Reconciliation Commission
The Amnesty Committee is appealing to family victims of SDU violence in Thokoza and Katlehong to contact its TRC offices in Johannesburg. The committee is specifically looking for victims at Mandela Section, Thambo/Slovo (Phenduka) Section, Sisulu Section and Mlangeni Section for acts committed between 1990 and 1994.
The committee is looking for those victims or family members of victims for the following incidents:
Steven Radebe: killed near Mkhathizwe ground, December 1993. He was in IFP member. Bheki Khanyile: killed between Maphanzela and Mkhathizwe ground near Sabi Street. He was an IFP member. Pinpin Ramaise Kopano: killed on Mdakane Street Thokoza in July 1993. He was a student at Maphanzela School. Nokuthula Mbhele: killed at Nhlapo Street in Thokoza. Glenn Thompson: killed at Dawn Park on October 30, 1992. Jabu Ube: killed at Lusaka A Circle No. 3 near Thaba Thaba Shop, no date given.
The committee is calling on victims of SDU violence in the Phenduka section, Thokoza between 1993 and 1994.
It is also calling on victims, Ngobeni Mavuso and Tshabalala whose shacks were burnt at Kubheka and Mdakane Street in 1992 to come forward. It is also calling on the family of Cri Mangoso who was killed at Mdakane Street in 1993 and the family of Mr. Ngubane who was killed at 2190 Xaba Street in September 1993. Also of Moses, no surname given, who was killed at 492 Extension 2.
The committee is also looking for a teacher who was victimised at Mkhathizwe School on July 3, 1993.
Families of a member of a Kwazulu policeman known as Mr. Khumalo who was killed between the month of June and September 1993 at a house No. A33 Mazibuko Street or between Lekwane and Schoeman Road should come forward.
Owners of former residents of shacks at A18 and A21 Lekwane Street, Church Yard and Masende Street and A9 and A8 Mazibuko Street on September 25, 1993 should come forward.
And lastly, families of Albert Mafulela should contact the TRC office in Johannesburg regarding an amnesty application in relation to the burning of his house at A4 Mazibuko Street on October 5, 1993.
Families should contact Sally Sealy or George Ndlozi at 011- 331 1471 or fax on 011 - 331 1109.