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Table of contents :
INTRODUCTION
WHO ARE THE POLITICAL PRISONERS?
THE COURTS AS A MEANS OF REPRESSION
PARTIAL RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS
CONCLUSION
CHRONOLOGY
APPENDICES
LISTS

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POLITICAL IMPRISONMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA APRIL

1991

SPECIAL REPORT SR - 10

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

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COMMISSIONERS

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Mr Geoff Budlender Mrs Mary Burton Dr Max Coleman

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SUBSCRIBING ORGANISATIONS

:

Black Sash

Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU ) Five Freedoms Forum ( FFF ) National Anti -Repression Forum (NAREF )

Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa (IDASA )

Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR ) National Association of Democratic Lawyers (NADEL ) National Medical and Dental Association (NAMDA ) Southern African Catholic Bishops ' Conference (SACBC ) South African Council of Churches (SACC ) South African Health Workers Congress (SAHWCO ) South African Youth Congress (SAYCO )

POLITICAL IMPRISONMENT

IN

SOUTH AFRICA

Numerous developments have taken place since the publica tion of our Special Report SR -6 published in May 1990 , with the same title as this special report. It has been necessary to produce an entirely new report on the subject of political imprisonment , due to these important developments .

ADDENDUM - 16 APRIL 1991 The text of this report was completed on the 2 April 1991 and is correct as at that date . Since then over 100 prisoners have been released which will have an effect on statistics and lists of names .

SPECIAL REPORT APRIL 1991

SR -10

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Human Rights Commission

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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION

1

WHO ARE THE POLITICAL PRISONERS ?

N

THE COURTS AS A MEANS OF REPRESSION

6

PARTIAL RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS UNBANNING OF POLITICAL ORGANISATIONS THE GROOTE SCHUUR MINUTE THE PRETORIA MINUTE SLOW START TO RELEASES FEBRUARY 1991

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12 15

CONCLUSION

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CHRONOLOGY

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APPENDICES

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AUGUST

1990

:

REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ESTABLISHED UNDER THE GROOTE SCHUUR MINUTE GOVERNMENT NOTICE PROCESS OF

& N 22 & 23

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IN

GRANTING PARDON OR INDEMNITY GOVERNMENT NOTICE REGULATIONS RESPECT OF INDEMNITY COMMITTEES :

III .

IV . V.

1990

2

II .

,

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PRETORIA MINUTE - Paragraph

MAY

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GROOTE SCHUUR MINUTE - Paragraph

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LISTS IDENTIFIED POLITICAL PRISONERS

PEOPLE REPORTED RELEASED

34 63

INTRODUCTION April 30 , 1991 is a critical date for the process leading towards negotia tions in South Africa . In August last year the government undertook to complete by that date , ' at the latest ', the process of releasing political prisoners and allowing the return of political exiles .

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essential step

This has been recognised both

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negotiations

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political prisoners

climate conducive

by to

of

The release

to

to

try

Target dates for earlier stages of the process have passed without com mitments being fulfilled . The government delayed implementing un pressurise the ANC into halting mass mobilisation dertakings

in

all

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be

is to

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be

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,

to

.

if

prisoners are the international community Only released and exiles allowed return and the other obstacles the way free political activity are removed the government which im posed them can there free and democratic consultation with those shaped negotiations whose future

South Africa and

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.

December 1989

be

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tion

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of

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to

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To help bring about these conditions the international community has taken the view that sanctions should be maintained until climate con negotiations has been created and there has been profound ducive and irreversible progress towards ending apartheid This was spelt out August 1989 and the United Nations Declara the Harare Declaration

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,

political prisoners

.

all

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to lift

release

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to

political imprisonment has two purposes break through opponents apart the secrecy that has surrounded the imprisonment heid and show how political trials and imprisonment have been used . maintain the apartheid system and are still being used inhibit change to

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This report

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be

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April the ANC will reviewing progress made towards the After removal obstacles assess whether should continue with the pro cess leading towards negotiations The international community will assessing whether paying not will economic sanctions and will

The prospect of particular prisoners being released depends on their status as political prisoners being recognised . The list published here has

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to

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,

to

is

its

been built up through the co - operation of monitoring organisations and lawyers , with the help of political and community organisations . It is still incomplete and publication prompt the identification intended more political prisoners thereby helping ensure their release

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attempted underlined the analysis which follows the government's record over the past year record charges that using prisoners which has angered many and led hostages of

The danger that this may

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to

apartheid This report aims fully informed ensure that the world possible prevent partial release prisoners being presented them release the government as

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Until recently the South African government denied that was holding any political prisoners Although has gradually shifted from that posi political imprisonment tion has consistently understated the scale recognise the full range South Africa has also been reluctant cir cumstances which confer political status the imprisoned opponents

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WHO ARE THE POLITICAL PRISONERS

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year after the removal More than the repressive obstacles negotiations began say with certainty climate still not possible prison how many people are South Africa result trials arising apartheid out resistance

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that there are hundreds more still identified and this that needs urgency be addressed as matter

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political prisoners whose identities are known the time many prisoners only over 300. But the case their release that public attention drawn their having been im prisoned Almost every batch proportion releases has included whose sentences had never been recorded publicly There doubt

The number

issue

Little information has come from the government . Until February 1990 it denied that there were any political prisoners , choosing to speak of people being imprisoned for ' crimes against the security of the state '. This phrase referred to those sentenced under the special security laws introduced to repress resistance , or those convicted of the common law offences of treason or sedition . In March 1989 the official figure for such prisoners was 374. These are principally people who have been involved in armed struggle or in organising underground political structures . The government also tried , largely unsuccessfully , to use these ' security' laws to imprison the leaders of legal political organisations - in particular there were major political trials of leaders of the United Democratic Front . In times of mass action the law , backed up by the armed might of the po lice and army , has been used against communities protesting about the oppressive conditions in which apartheid has forced the majority of South Africans to live . Tens of thousands of people engaged in mass protest and community resistance have been brought before the courts charged with public violence , incitement , arson Between September

,

damage to property and murder .

1984 and the end of 1986 at least 40 000 people

were arrested on what the Minister of Law and Order described as 'unrest-related charges . Exactly how many were brought to court , sentenced and imprisoned is not known . The Minister of Justice stated in May 1989 that 1 117 people were charged with public violence between July 1987 and July 1988 , of whom 509 were convicted . Many of those named in this report were imprisoned during these years . The govern ment consistently refused to recognise such prisoners as political . It refused the International Committee of the Red Cross permission to visit them

.

None of the information given by the central government includes those imprisoned in the bantustans of the Transkei, Ciskei , Bophuthatswana

and Venda .

for

The work of identifying political prisoners has been a difficult and protracted one . In February 1990 it was possible , by drawing on long by

a

in

3

by

in

.

.

.

to

in

term monitoring of the press , to identify 700 people imprisoned their part apartheid Their names were published report resistance the International Defence and Aid Fund Many more prisoners were sub sequently identified and further names were published May 1990 the Human Rights Commission

It is now possible to identify over 1 800 people who were in prison in February 1990 , and the total is likely to have been 2 500 or more . This included more than 60 political prisoners amongst over 300 people on Death Row in Pretoria .

Resistance to apartheid and participation in the struggle for liberation takes many forms, which can be summarised in three broad categories : * Armed struggle - Involvement , directly or in a support capacity , in organised military structures . It includes active combat and armed action ; undergoing military training ; recruiting , harbouring and transporting com batants ; and transporting or possessing arms.

* Political organisation and mobilisation - This includes membership of illegal organisations and activities which further their aims, such as organising and building structures or promoting their ideas, and posses sion of banned literature . It includes resistance to military service in the

South African Defence Force

.

* Popular action - Mass action and community resistance

, or actions of organised workers . It involves action taken in protest over the living and working conditions imposed under apartheid and against individuals and institutions administering the system .

Out of the 1 835 political prisoners identified as at February 1990 , 414 ( 23 per cent) fell under the first two categories , and of those 380 ( 20 per cent of the total) had been involved in armed struggle as defined above .

( See Table I , where these two are grouped as ' Security Prisoners '.) There were also 125 soldiers of the Bophuthatswana army convicted of treason after a mutiny aimed at changing the administration of the bantustan . The remaining 1 296 (71 per cent ) were mostly imprisoned as a result of their participation in 'popular action ' as defined above , and sometimes referred to as 'unrest - related "). They include a small propor tion for whom there is too little information to categorise them .

4

IDENTIFIED POLITICAL PRISONERS

"

HELD AS AT 2 FEB 1990

RELEASES

OTHER

TOTAL

414

1421

1835

222

196

418

20

131

148

21

71

92

193

1168

SECURITY

"

:

Early Completed

NEW SENTENCES

HELD AS AT APRIL 2 1991

1361

NB The above figures exclude political prisoners identified .

5

yet to be

THE COURTS AS A MEANS OF REPRESSION Political prisoners are only a small proportion of those who have faced the repressive might of the apartheid system . They have gone through a process in which the courts lent a superficially legal appearance to repression . They have been convicted under laws whose function has

been to preserve apartheid and prohibit opposition , and the legal proce dures themselves have been adapted to serve the interests of the state . Coercion and torture have been frequently used to procure evidence for use in trials . People who have refused to testify against others in political trials have faced prison sentences of up to five years . in this process is wide . Many of the laws created specifically repressive purposes were consolidated 1982 into the proscribe organisations Internal Security Act which contains powers prohibit gatherings and place restrictions and their objectives the

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and terrorism and gives the police powers detain people indefinitely interrogation and incommunicado and use preventive detention community leaders and activists suppress popular action

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When even these harsh powers were insufficient crush resistance apartheid the Public Safety Act was used impose States Emer

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or of

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gency and confer still greater powers the police and army Alongside these special statutes designed restrict political activity the common law has been used extensively for repressive purposes Charges people engaged treason have been used armed organising against apartheid

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The actions combatants the liberation movement who should have been accorded the rights Prisoners War have been categorised treason terrorism mur der

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Although often charged under the Internal Security Act with involvement illegal gatherings those engaged community action have even more frequently found themselves before the courts common law public

dis

PARTIAL RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS In January 1985 , faced with mounting resistance and growing interna tional demands for the release of Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners , the government offered to release Mandela on condition that he renounce his commitment to the ANC's armed struggle . From August 1987 , although it renounce armed struggle as a gan to develop a more flexible In November of that year ANC

continued to demand that Mandela condition of release , the government policy .

be

leader Govan Mbeki was released after nearly 24 years in prison . This action was widely interpreted as a means of testing the political waters . However , although freed unconditionally , he was quickly placed under restriction orders in response to the mass political activity which greeted his release . Then in April 1989 , PW

Botha , choosing words widely understood as avoiding the demand that Mandela should renounce armed struggle , said he could be released on the basis of a commitment to a peaceful settlement of South Africa's fu ture ' . In October eight high profiled political leaders including Walter Sisulu were unconditionally released .

OF POLITICAL ORGANISATIONS Mandela's unconditional release on 11 February 1990 occurred as a con sequence of the government's decision to engage in negotiations . It was a response to the weight of popular and international opinion behind the view that negotiations were not possible until the obstacles in the way of UNBANNING

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on

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to

selves matters

be , for

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negotiations were lifted . Nevertheless the government's recognition of the need to create conditions for negotiations was only partial and grudg ing . Instead of acknowledging that those it has imprisoned should be negotiations begin treating the released in order has insisted prisoners the return release exiles and the halting trials them

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Nelson Mandela De Klerk also an nounced that the prohibitions on the ANC PAC the South African Com subsidiary organisations would munist Party and number lifted

When announcing the release

He said it had been decided that : 'People serving prison sentences merely because they were members of one of these organisations or be cause they committed an offence which was merely an offence because a prohibition on one of these organisations was in force' would be identi But, he said , 'prisoners who have been sentenced for other offences such as murder , terrorism or arson are not affected by

fied and released

.

this '.

After De Klerk's speech , however , ministers indicated that an amnesty for political prisoners ' convicted of common law crimes ' could be negotia ted . The day before Mandela's release , De Klerk said that he had dis

cussed with him ' the position of persons involved in politically motivated crimes ,1 as well as those who have committed such crimes and who are now outside the country ', and that he had indicated that 'while this is a matter that should be dealt with in negotiations , exploratory discussions could take place in the meanwhile ' . Mandela's release was followed by that of only a few other prisoners . A prison official said that initial research had shown that 77 people would benefit from the policy announced by De Klerk - some would be freed

all

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of

of

by

of

by

.

all

of

-

the political prisoners Robben Island about 340 hunger political prisoners went on strike demanding the release They challenged the narrow definition political imprisonment used De Klerk and the subsequent suggestion the Minister Law and Or der that the release those convicted common law crimes might be ,

On 26 February

on

while others , whose sentences were based on other offences too , would have their sentences reduced .

They demanded the implementation other terms the Harare Declaration well The hunger strike was only called after lawyers had met the Minister Justice and got commit prisoners express ment which led the themselves satisfied ... that their demands were receiving attention cabinet level a

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the releases appeared continue until mid April which prisoners were known have been released early was dif policy behind the releases discern the pattern or

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This phase

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of

matter for negotiation

Only a few had been imprisoned solely because of actions made illegal by the banning of political organisations , and it was not possible to tell how many others had been imprisoned partly on account of such actions and had therefore had their sentences reduced . Of those known to have been released by this stage , 48 had been involved in armed struggle ; 16 had been convicted under ' security ' laws for activities other than those connected with armed struggle ; and 17 for ' unrest - related actions. Some had almost finished their sentences , while most had between one and three years still to serve

.

Some of those released had been held in prisons in the ' independent ' bantustans . To varying degrees , and with the exception of Bophuthatswana , the administrations of these bantustans followed the central government over political imprisonment . In the Transkei , where

all

executions had been suspended in October 1989 , it was announced in February that some cases involving 'politically motivated crimes ' had been dropped and others suspended for three months . It was also an

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political prisoners nounced that the area had been released though one was held until June Twelve political prisoners were released the Ciskei bantustan

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Although prisoners were slowly being released political trials continued progress The Human Rights Commission monitored least 300 trials during February Between February 1990 and the end December 1990 people were sent prison after being convicted political tri least als

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February that there would moratorium capital punishment This executions pending review the law temporarily lifted the threat execution facing the political prisoners April parliament Death Row bill was presented amend the Criminal Procedure Act which governs the use the death penalty but the meanwhile the courts continued follow the law its unamended

De Klerk also announced

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The only proviso was that anyone sentenced before the law changed would have their cases reviewed the light the new law fore sentence death was carried out form

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THE GROOTE SCHUUR MINUTE at

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When the ANC and the government met their first formal talks the beginning May political prisoners Groote Schuur the question working group whose main task was was referred make recom political offences mendations definition the South African situa political prisoners tion See Appendix The definition was relevant currently awaiting and those trial detention well exiles prosecution The meeting whose actions may have made them liable agreed release and indemnity for people who had left the country without valid travel document who had committed offence related

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The working group was charged with advising norms and mechan dealing with the release political prisoners and the granting isms respect political offences immunity those inside and outside given May complete South Africa was until 1990 work and having done this report submitted confidential both the cabinet and the ANC's National Executive Committee that they could consider their responses ,

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the meanwhile after some weeks without any further releases the prisoners were being freed The government announced June that prisoners public names the were not made and has still not been verify that 48 were then released possible

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authorities announced that only two whom the names

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ways which would the death penalty was amended adoption fewer death sentences The the new law .

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the bantustan would be released

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the Venda bantustan where sustained mass resistance had forced change administration steps were taken release political prisoners representatives committee with from the Mass Democratic Movement May and the new administration was set up facilitate amongst other

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also meant that the moratorium executions had come end but was not until February 1991 that the government announced an impend ing execution substantial number those Death Row were waiting special procedure have their cases reviewed under

THE PRETORIA MINUTE At the second formal meeting between the ANC and the government , in Pretoria on 6 August , the definition of a 'political offence ' drawn up by the Working Group set up at the Groote Schuur meeting was formally ac cepted . ( See Appendix II ) . Guidelines based on the definition were to be drawn up by the working group which was also requested to draw up a plan by the end of August for the release of prisoners and the granting of indemnity .

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In arriving at a definition of a 'political offence ', the working group , whose principles from the field report is reproduced in Appendix drew practised internationally extradition law recommended that the prose applied people already sentenced people liable definition undergoing trial and detainees cution awaiting

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purposes indemnity This could release bodies The working group would continue act phrase widely understood lation ANC related prisoners mean right wing prisoners who might anti partheid prisoners contrast political offence also be covered the broad definition

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these factors the South African situation prisoner was accepted that the pardoning the granting demnity responsibility the State President and the working group advisory mechanism should recommended that be set deal categories with problematic cases recommend the definition

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The plan release and indemnity which the working group was draw target dates agreed was be worked out within framework the Pretoria meeting The government had reluctantly agreed the dates only towards the end hour meeting when the ANC made clear .

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that the meeting would end without agreement unless specific dates were given The dates were

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SLOW START TO RELEASES The working group presented recommendations schedule the August for discussion end the ANC and the government However

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expectations that prisoners would coming out substantial number prison September soon proved premature Be the beginning tween the signing the Pretoria Minute and mid October there were just political prisoners 70 reported releases

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publish the guidelines October when the government was due pardon and indemnity had become evident that there were differences between the ANC and the government over the interpretation and imple subsequently mentation the agreements reached Pretoria prisoners and emerged that the government was delaying the release

12

At the Pretoria meeting the government had demanded that the ANC halt mass mobilisation and listed types of action which it wanted to end stayaways , strikes , consumer boycotts , rent boycotts and demonstra tions , amongst others . While the ANC had announced at the meeting that

Paragraph Three

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the Pretoria Minute made clear that this did not include peaceful mass action and affirmed this advertisement placed explain the agreement the press

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October President De Klerk announced that the government had decided activate the process for indemnity following the acceptance

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both government and ANC the report the joint working group release and indemnity De Klerk also announced cut date noon October after which new political offences would considered

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the guidelines was delayed the Minister Justice amidst criticisms two aspects the government's policy outlined requested These were the details individuals before indemnity would be granted and the anticipated slow pace releases was clear that the procedures envisaged the government would complex and would take some time implement of

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for pardon and indemnity

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ANC



applied

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the recommendations the working group's report accepted October normal remis was that from approximately the government sion one third sentence plus special remission one year should

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With the announcement November the publication the guidelines there was another major divergence from the agreements with the ANC and from the working group's report published the same time Whereas the working group report linked the phasing releases only length sentence and category offence the government

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guidelines stated that the pace releases and indemnity would linked being made under Paragraph Three the rate which progress the Pretoria Minute the section relating the ANC's suspension struggle armed See Appendix

Furthermore ,5 cases of ' offences involving elements of violence or acts preparatory to violence ' would only be considered once it is apparent that the principles and the undertakings in the Groote Schuur and Pretoria Minutes are being complied with '. The government's objectives were underlined by statements from government ministers attempting to portray mass political protest as inherently violent and even as an activity related to armed struggle .

As part of the procedures , political prisoners have to complete a form giving details of their conviction (name of court , date of sentence , charges they were found guilty of, and sentence ) as well as why they regard their actions as political . Applications from prisoners who are members of political organisations then go to their organisation which

passes them to the Department of Justice with a recommendation those of other prisoners go directly to the Department of Justice .

, while

The delays that had already occurred and the prospect of the process being drawn out by the government caused increasing anger and frustra tion .

Following a meeting on 27 November between Nelson Mandela and FW De Klerk , the ANC issued a statement saying that the government was trying to blackmail it by linking the release of political prisoners to mass action . The slow pace of releases was widely interpreted as an attempt by the government to use the political prisoners as 'hostages ' to put pres sure on the ANC . The ANC called for a day of marches in various centres on 6 December to protest at the delay in the release of prisoners and return of exiles , as well as to affirm the right to mass political action .

The ANC's Consultative Conference

in mid -December concluded that the participation in talks with the government should be reviewed if the promised target date for the release of prisoners and return of exiles - 30 April 1991 -- had not been met by the government .

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by a support group : The hunger strikers feel that it is important to question Mr De Klerk's sincerity about reforms pertaining to political prisoners , particularly in the light of propaganda spread by him in the course of his overseas tours ' . Hunger strikes protesting at the slow pace of release were staged during November by political prisoners at

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political prisoners Steyn prison again went this year hunger strike for four days over the lack progress the release political prisoners Press reports suggested that these actions reflected prisons across the country frustration and anger that was felt

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After the meeting the Minister of Justice , Kobie Coetsee , issued a state ment saying that it was 'now possible to proceed with further implemen tation of the agreements in the Pretoria Minute relating to release of prisoners and indemnity . He said that ' approximately ' 262 political prisoners had been ' administratively released ' since 2 February 1990 and that the processing of applications from a further 760 was in an ad vanced stage . Coetsee said that ' some may be released because they fall clearly within the guidelines for political offences '. The processing of less clear cases has been delayed because the government had only the week before appointed the advisory structure whose task

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Coetsee also said that seven people who did fall clearly within the guidelines would be released within days . When these seven prisoners were freed , their first action was to speak on behalf of those still prison They issued joint statement criticising the government poli agreement with the ANC reluctance despite rele

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our comrades for few wage agenda release order further own still continues psychological war against political prisoners their relatives and the op pressed people South Africa

IDENTIFIED POLITICAL PRISONERS February 1990 - March 1991

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CONCLUSION The government's record over the release of political prisoners un derlines the urgency of the situation , with somewhere between 1 300 and 2 500 or even more political prisoners in South Africa's prisons. Knowledge about political imprisonment in South Africa is still masked by secrecy : enough is known , however , to make clear how much is still to be done . Of approximately

1 830 people known to have been in prison as political prisoners on 2 February 1990 , only 360 are known to have been released early . Almost 60 more have been reported released , but with too little detail to know if they came out of prison before they had com pleted their sentences . There are 16 who have been released as a result of appeals against their convictions or sentences . A further 130 are presumed to have come out because their sentences will have been

completed . Since February 1990 at least another 63 people have been imprisoned as a result of political trials . This would indicate that there are over 1 300 known political prisoners still being held , not to mention the hundred who have not been identified . Different categories of prisoners have been affected differently by the release programme . Over half of those identified as ' security' prisoners in February 1990 had been released early by the end of March 1991. This does not include 125 soldiers of the Bophuthatswana bantustan army

who were convicted of treason or terrorism and imprisoned in 1988 . Most of the political prisoners however fall into the category of 'popular action ' or ' unrest -related ', and of 1 296 identified prisoners in this

category in February 1990 , only 10 per cent are known to have been released early . ( Another 5 per cent have been reported released , but not necessarily early , and 9 per cent are presumed to have come out as their

sentences have expired .) Amongst the names of such prisoners are al most 240 about whom too little is known to tell if their sentences have ex pired . In addition , although every effort has been made to avoid mis

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takes , the conditions under which the information has had to be collected means that ther could be some duplication in the list. However , even prison quite apart after allowing this there are more than 100 still from the hundreds who have not been identified

The case for their release as political prisoners is clear , and is un doubtedly covered by the agreed definition of a ' political offence '. The government's acceptance of the need to enter negotiations owes much to the sustained and courageous defiance of the mass of South Africa's population since the mid - 1970s , and in particular from 1984 , when most of these prisoners were sentenced . The fact that between 100 and 200 prisoners in this category have already been released indicates that there is no matter of principle at issue . In May 1990 the Minister of Justice acknowledged that : ' In certain circumstances a common law crime, yes, even murder , may be a political offence . ' Many of these prisoners are not members of political organisations and applications for their release may therefore take longer to process. The Government may wish to refer some of these cases to the advisory bodies , and claim that they cannot be handled under the first ' administra

tive ' phase of the programme - but it was only in February 1991 that it appointed the advisory structures whose work should have begun in Oc tober 1990. At the time of writing , the composition and functions of the advisory structures is far from clear .

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An added cause for concern is the signal which the government gave in February that it is ready to resume executions . The political prisoners on Death Row are not even being considered for release as political prisoners until the death sentences imposed on them have been reviewed - the review panel was expected to for the first time March present only considering political prisoners 1991 and some on Death Row Pretoria

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Although government ministers stated February that the release pro gramme was schedule and that there was reason for not completed little cause for confidence There 30 April there can therefore need maintain the pressures which have been brought of

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recognition that the imprisonment political bear the government opponents constitutes political activity obstacle the climate free which negotiations require

CHRONOLOGY

1985

January

Mandela refects conditional offer of release requiring him to renounce

1987

November

armed struggle .

Govan Mbeki released after 24 years . Subsequently

restriction 1989

April

placed under

orders .

PW Botha says Mandela can be released on the basis of a to a ' peaceful settlement of South Africa's future '.

commitment

February

Uobanding of ANC ,PAC , SACP and other organisations . Mandela released unconditionally . 343 political prisoners on Robben Island go on hunger strike.

May

Groote Schuur Minute - Working Group offence

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1 PAC ).

define political

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existing stability and climate violence and intimidation from whatever quarter well commitment peaceful process negotiations Flowing from this commitment the following was agreed upon as

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(a) Persons who left South Africa without being in possession of valid travel documents. Such in demnity will be granted on an individual basis , allernatively per a list of names . (b) Persons who left South Africa at a place other than a port referred to in section 2 (b) of the Departure from the Union Regulation Act, 1955 ( ActNo. 34 of 1955).

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TEMPORARY IMMUNITY 10. Persons not now applying for indemnity may nevertheless want temporary enter the Republic with peaceful constitutional the promotion view facilitate and order South Africa solutions temporary immunity expedite their applications the applica make use such persons are advised This form will be Annexure tion form contained copies Gazette and the published the Office for Indemnity, thereof are available Bag X655 Pretoria Immnuty and Release Private 0001

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Appendix V : IN RESPECT OF INDEMNITY COMMITTEES REGULATIONS From Government Gazette of 9 November 1990

REPUBLIEK VAN SUID -AFRIKA

REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

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LISTS OF POLITICAL PRISONERS AND RELEASED

PRISONERS

THE LISTS WERE PRODUCED ON 2 APRIL 1991 AND DO NOT TAKE ACCOUNT OF ANY SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTS Notes on the lists : List

1

: Identified Political Prisoners as

SENTENCE

at

2

April

1991

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Where a sentence is entered as a range of years , it indicates that the prisoner was one of a number convicted in a trial in which that range of sentences was imposed . CONVICTION

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These are the main charges brought in the trial as a whole, and not necessarily those of which the individual prisoner was convicted - in some case space prevented further , lesser, charges being indicated . The following abbreviations

are used

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Armed robbery Arson Assault

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Attempted murder

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Culpable homicide Bophuthatswana Treason Explosives

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LIST 1 : IDENTIFIED POLITICAL PRISONERS NAME

Abrahams , Moegamat Yusuf Abrahams , Nazeem Adam , Funeka Monica Adam , Zuko Headman Adams , Sydney Adonisi , Thembinkosi Antoni , Monde Antoni, Thamsanga Applein, Elliot April, Dumalisile H. April, Vuyani Asiya, Siphetho Enoch August, Lucky August, Xolile Baadjies, Clement Bacela , Professor Bakauli, C Balami, Mlamleli Balizulu, Sorwabo Baloyi, Wilson Banda , Johannes Bandla, Arthur Ndoda Baneti, Mbuzeli Reuben Bangela, Thamsanqa Bango, Molekeng Colin Bannet, Rubin Basi, Mziwakhe Basson , Derick Bati, Madinge Batyi, Mxolixi Batyi, Thembisile Jack Bavuma , Kholisile Alex Bede, Monde Bedeshe , Mzwabantu Bekebeke , Justice Belapedi, Andrew Bena, Victor Bepesho, Mzwabantu Beta, Eric Mongezi Bhart, Vusimuzi Bhawoodien , Ahmed Bhawoodien , Nazir Bhenewa , Madoda Bhokwe , Tiani Albert Bikouri, Welcome

AS AT 2 APRIL 1991

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

Mur Mur

16 yrs 16 yrs Unknown 16 yrs Unknown 10 yrs Unknown Unknown 5 yrs 15-25 yrs 5 yrs 3 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 10 yrs 6 yrs 15 yrs 7 yrs 12 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 8 yrs 10 yrs 4 yrs 6m Unknown 10 yrs Unknown 7 yrs 12 yrs 9-12 yrs 12 yrs 16 yrs 10 yrs 14 yrs Death 14 yrs 1 yr 3m 14 yrs 16 yrs 4 yrs 16 yrs 16 yrs Unknown 8 yrs 7 yrs

PV Ter Unknown Mur PV

PV PV

PV Mur PV Mur , PV PV ISA Ter Mur PV Ter PV Bop Trea , Ter Mur PV PV PV Arson PV Arson Mur, Mal Dam Mur, Culp Hom Ter Mur Mur PV Mur , Att Mur Mur PV PV Mur PV Mur Mur

PV PV PV

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DATE

EXPECTED

SENTENCED

RELEASE

13-05-87 13-05-87 01-06-90R 08-09-89 01-06-90R 02-02-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-87M 01-08-86M 01-09-89M 01-06-88M 24-11-87 01-06-90R 14-12-88 25-04-86 01-05-89M 01-07-85M 15-09-88 26-11-87 01-12-89M 12-06-90 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 08.11-85 01-06-90R 01-02-87M 27-05-81 24-01-90 01-11-89M 13-06-89 01-05-89M 01-06-90R 26-05-89

12-05-03 12-05-03 30-09-91M 07-09-05

01-06-90R 20-04-90 01-06-90R 12-09-88 01-06-90R 13-05-87 13-05-87 01-06-90R 01-01-88M 01-07-87M

01-02-98

31-01-92M 30-09-94M 30-06-91M 23-11-99 31-01-97M 13.12-98 24-04.92 31-05-04M 31-07.92M 14-09-00 25-11.95 11-06-98

30-06-96M 07-11.95 28-02-94M 26-05-93 30-11-01M 12-06-05 31-05-99M

30-09-01M 19-07-91 31-07-94M 11-09-04 12-05-03 12-05-03 31-01-96M 31-07-94M

NAME Blaauw , Mzwandile Blackie, Simpiwe Blani, Stanley Blom , Mbuyiseli Blom, Ntobeko Lolo Blom, Wally Boertman, Thembani Bogatsu, Clement Bohale, Johannes Boinamo , Lucas Booysen, Samson Bopalamo, Solomon A Bosig, Krieg Boskati, Mabuti Boskati, Mncekeleli Boss , Mncedisi Eric Boss , Nelson Z Boss , Thobile Bovu, Myner Gudlani Brandy, David Brandy, Mzingisi Budaza , Mbuzeli Buka, Simon Bukhali, Joseph Mandla Bukula, Elias Bulwane, Jobha Busayibana , Vuyani Butana, Xola Buthelezi, Aaron Buthelezi, Johannes Buthelezi, Sikhumbuzo Carelse , A Cebisa , Patrick Cele , Mandla Njabula Chamusso , Roggerio Charlie , Patrick Chauke , Johannes Chicken , Mackenzie Chidi , Joseph Chiloane , Vessel Chungwa , Thamsariqa Cilana , Toto Headman Cishe , Bisho Cishe , Sipho Clifford, Cwaile , Moses Cyster, P Da Silva, Cornelius C

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

Unknown 12 yrs 12 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 10 yrs 20 yrs Unknown 2 yrs 12-18 yrs 5yrs 9 yrs 12 yrs Death 15 yrs 15 yrs 15 yrs Death Unknown

PV Mur, PV Mur PV

PV PV PV Ter Unknown Mal Dam Mur Bop Trea

PV

Mur, Mal Dam Mur, Mal Dam Mur, PV Mur, PV Mur, PV Mur, Att Mur

PV

Arson

6 yrs Unknown 7 yrs Unknown Unknown 7 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 9-14 yrs 2-18 yrs 10 yrs 24 yrs 5 yrs Death 18 yrs 20 yrs Unknown 3 yrs 18 yrs 14 yrs 4 yrs Death 2-18 yrs 9-14 yrs 7 yrs

PV Harb Mur

PV PV PV Assit Mur

PV Sab Bop Trea , Ter Ter Ter PV Mur PV Mur PV Culp Hom Mur

PV Mur Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Sab

PV

35

DATE SENTENCED 01-06-90R 01-08-89M 06-02-87 01-01-86M 01-06-9OR 01-10-86M 01-06-90R 17-05-86 01-06-90R 15-10-90 18-01-88 10-08-89 01-08-85M 27-05-81 27-05-81 08-03-89 08-03-89 08-03-89 26-05-89 01-06-90R 01-06-85M 01-06.9OR 01-03-87M 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-89M 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-07-88M 22-08-88 01-06-90R 01-06-86M 01-12-89M 09-12-88 06-12-82 22-05-89 01-05-87M 01-06-90R 16-09-87 01-06-90R 29-05-88 22-05-89 01-06-90R 09-02-89 01-11-87M 01-12-89M 01-06-86M 01-02-86M

EXPECTED

RELEASE 31-08-01M 05-02.99 31-01.98M 31-01.97M 31-10-91M 16-05-06 14-10-92 09-08-94 31-08-94M 26-05-93 07-03-04 07-03-04 07-03-04

30-06-91M 30-11-91M 31-03-94M

31-01-96M

31-07-92M 21-08-06 31-10-99M

08-12.98 05-12-06 21-05-94

15-09-07 31-08-93M 28-05.91 21-05-07 08-02-93

28-02-93M

NAME

Dabula , Vuyisile Dabula , Vuyisile Dabula , Vuyisile Dakuse , Andile Dames , Sean Johan Danster , Christopher L Danster, Nzimenzi Dasa , Mzimasi Samson Dasheka , David Davies, Dayi, Mamkeli Meshack Dayimani, Mnyamezeli Dazuka , Wellington De Bruin, Evelina De Lange, Damian De Vos , John Delhlazo , Ndayithi Desemele , Mhlawuli William Dhlamini, Samuel Diale, Moses Diba, Vuyisile Dibakwane , Selby Dichabe , Lebogang Dick , Boy - Boy Michael Dikana, Mzwandile Norman Dikutle, Kiki Joseph Dikutie, Seth Diniso, Oupa Moses Dipholo, Tshukudu Dipico, Emsley Dipico, Manne Dire, Tikinyane Ditire, Klaas Ditsebe, Eurashion Dlabathi, Phutumile Dladla , Bongani Ambrose Dladla, Simon Dlamini, Mandla Dlamini, Zenzele Terence Dlodlo, Mswazi Victor Dlokolo, Mpompi Melfred Domba, Leonard Dondashe , Ntsikelelo Dorana, Mtunzi Douries , January Dramat, Anwar Du Preez , Antonio

J

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

10 yrs 12 yrs 20 yrs Unknown 2 yrs 21 yrs Death Unknown 5 yrs 9-14 yrs Unknown Death 2-18 yrs Death 25 yrs 5 yrs 9-12 yrs 25 yrs 5 yrs 2-18 yrs 15 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 14 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 18 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs Death 5 yrs

Culp Hom Mur Mur

PV Unknown Mur Mur

PV Culp Hom Sab

PV Mur Bop Trea , Ter Mur, Ah Mur Ter

PV Mur, Culp Hom Mur Bop Trea Bop Trea , Ter Ter

PV Bop Trea , Ter Mur Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Subv , Mur Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter

ISA

Mur Mur Trea Mur Ter Ter

12 yrs 3 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs 13 yrs 5 yrs 18 yrs 14 yrs 14 yrs 12 yrs 15 yrs 6m

PV PV Mur

PV

Sab

ISA

Mur, Ter

36

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED

30-10-86 04-11-86 01-09-88M 01-06-90R 01-06-89M 01-04-87M

29-10-18 29-10-18 29-10-18

01-01-89M 01-06-90R 13-07-88 01-06-86M 01-06-90R 01-04-89 01-12-89M 26-05-89 10-11-89 01-06-89M 24-01-90 19-10-88 10-08-89 01-12-89M 28-06-83 01-06-90R 01-12-89M 01-02-88M 01-04-89M 01-12-89M 01-12-89M 13-12-85 01-12-89M 01-06-90R 01-06-88M 01-12-89M 01-12-89M 01-03-87M 22-07-88 01-02-88M 16-01-89 01-03-89 25-08-87 01-10-86M 01-06-90R 16-06-86 28-04-87 01-06-9OR 01-08-86 14-12-88 13-05-87

RELEASE

30-06-91M 30-04-08M

12-07-93 31-07-99M

09-11-14 30-06-94M 18-10-13 09-08-94 27-06-98 31-08-93M 28-02-02M 30-04-99M

12-12-03 30-06-91M 30-06-92M

31-03-94M 28-02-93M 15-01-01 28-02-92 24-08-97 31-10-96M 15-06-91 27-04-05 31-07-00 13-12-00 12-11-02

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED RELEASE

Dubasi , Mncedisi Hamilton Dube, Johanna Dube, Soweto Dube, Winnie Dukashe , Andile Duma, Enoch Duma, Sinadu Duma, Tamsanga Forcus Dwai, Jan Tata Dyams, Mvuzo Given Dyani, Zilindile Dyantyi, Robson M Dyasi, Msokoli Macondi Dyonase, Elvis Dywili, Headman Z Dywili, Tembekile Dzevhe , David Elisha , Raymond Faku , Wonke Fakude , David Fani , Ben Fante , Matthew Fante, Phyllis Notutuzelo Farland , Ringo Fata , Richard Feni , Andile Festile , Khayalethu Fibi , Linda Lylon Forbes , Ashley Francis , Duke Frans , Gladman Frans , Michael Fukeni , Mofokeng T Fumba , Stanley Funa , Patrick Futshana , Vuzumzi Gaba , Seth Mpumulelo

12 yrs 8 yrs 2 yrs Unknown 12 yrs 8 yrs 21 yrs 5 yrs 6m 5 yrs 7 yrs Unknown Unknown 10 yrs 5 yrs 8 yrs 11 yrs 5 yrs 7 yrs 4-5 yrs 5 yrs 10 yrs 8 yrs 15 yrs Death 6-8 yrs 2 yrs 6m 18yrs 16 yrs 15 yrs 6 yrs Unknown 8 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 8 yrs 2 yrs 6m 20 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 15 yrs 5 yrs 1 yr 3m 5 yrs 12 yrs 2 yrs

Trea PV Culp Hom Unknown Mur, Robb Mur Mur, PV

14-05-86 01-01-85M 23-05-90 01-06-90R 27-01-89 23-11-89 24-11-87 11-03-88 01-01-87Y 01-08-89M 01-06-9OR 01-06-90R 28-09-89 13-07-88 01-06-90R 01-11-86M 10-03-89 28-07-86 06-06-89

13-05-98 31-01-93M 22-05-92 31-10-97M 26-01-01 22-11-97 23-11-08 10-09-93 31-12-92Y 31-08-96M

01-10-87M 13-07-83 01-12-85M 23-03-87 22-07-88 01-05-86 01-05-87M 23-03-87 08-09-89 14-12-88 01-03-87M 01-06-90R 27-11-86 01-06-90R 01-01-87M 22-10-87 28-03-90 07-09-82 01-12-89M 01-12-89M

31-10-92M 12-07.93 31-12-93M 22-03-02

Gaboutlwelwe, Brown Gaboutlwelwe , Lebogang Gacamsa , Vusumzi Gagane , Dupa George Gama , Mbuyiseli Gamede , George Gangaliza , Jonathan Gangathele, Bhalisile Ganto , Sisa Gaotime, Edward

Ter Subv, PV Ter PV PV Mur Culp Hom Arson Pos arm Mur PV Mur PV Ter Arson Att Mur Mur PV

PV Mur Ter

ISA Unknown PV Sab Unknown PV Att Mur PV Trea Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur PV Kidnap. Att Mur Mur, PV Mal Dam

37

01-04-85M 01-12-89M 01-08-87M 01-01-88C 19-04-90 23-06-88 24-11-87 15-10-90

27-09-99 12-07.93 30-11.97M 09-03-94 27-07-93

30-11-89M 22-03-05 07-09-05 13-12-03 31-03-93M 26-11-94 31-01-93M 21-10-95 27-09-92 06-09-02

30-04-95M 31-08-02M 31-12-94C 18-07.91 22-06-93 23-11-99 14-10-92

NAME

Garendeka , Sicelo Gawe , Donald Gaza , Churchill Gcanga , Siyabulela Ndoda Gebashe , Mxolisi Bright Geqiwe , Albert Z Gerhard , Dieter Felix Gidimi , Sakhiwo Ruben Glingulu, Mxolisi Reuben Godana , Patrick Goliwe , Isaac Gomba , Harwad Z Goni , Vuyisile Daniel Goni , Vuyisile Daniel Goniwe , Madlala Gonya, Sipho Gqagqa , Zanele Bri Gqola, Malungelo A Gqwetani, Genjikile Grootboom, Derick Grootboom, Matthews Gubula , Eric Tros Guga, Thoza ( Joza ) Gugushe , Gumede , Sithembiso Gunushe , Percival Gusha , Thabo Felix Gwadela , Makosonke P. Gwaqu , Zolile Gxekwa , Gilindoda Gxekwa , Gilindoda Gxekwa , Gilindoda Haas , Mfundiso Haba , Mlandeli Hadebe , Doctor Hayiya, Gideon Hendricks, Jan Samson Hendricks , Johnny Heshu , Vuyani Heteni, Vuyani Hewukile , Andile Hina , Sipho Hlangwana , Zanethemba Hlapo, Johannes Hlati, Nkosinathi S Hlatshwayo, Vincent Vivi Hlengwa, Nkosinathic

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

15 yrs

Mur Ter Arson Ter Ter , Ad Mur

20-08-87 29-07-88 23-06-86 31-10-88 24-07-86 01-06-90R 31-12-83 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 09-06-86 01-12-89M 01-06-90R 01-09-87 13-06-89 01-10-87M 22-07-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 29-11.90 01-02-86M 01-09-87M 26-05-89 23-09-86 16-01-91 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-12-86M 21-04-86 01-07-86M 13-08-87 22-02-88 02-03-88 01-06-90R 24-01-90 19-04-88 13-03-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-07-86M 01-04-89M 19-09-86 06-12-84 26-01-87 28-06-83 01-06-90R 18-09-90 01-01-87M

8 yrs 5 yrs 10 yrs 25 yrs Unknown Lite 14 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 10 yrs Life

PV Spy

PV PV PV Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur Mur PV , Arson Mur PV PV Mur, PV

5 yrs 15 yrs Unknown 7 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs 15 yrs Death 8 yrs 3 yrs 13 yrs Unknown 17 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs Death Death Death Unknown 9-12 yrs 8 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 10 yrs 20 yrs 15 yrs 14 yrs 5 yrs 20 yrs Unknown 3 yrs 12 yrs

Arson Mur Mur, Att Mur

PV

Explos Arson Unknown

PV Att Mur Culp Hom Mur Mur Mur, PV Arson Mur, Culp Hom Mur Mur, PV Pos arm Arson PV Mur Ter Trea PV Ter Mur Pos arm Mur

38

EXPECTED

RELEASE 19-08-02 28-07-96 22-06-91 30-10-98 23-07-11

08-06-91

31-10-92M 21-07-03

28-11-00 28-02-93M 30-09-02M 22-09-94 15-01-94

31-12-03M 20-04-96 31-07-93M

18-04-96 12-03-94

31-07-96M 30-04-09M 18-09-01 05-12-98 25-01-92 27-06-03 17-09-93 31-01-99M

NAME

Hlomuka, Ben Hlongwane , Samuel Hlophe, Linda Alexander Hobongwana, Sungqile Horne, C Howard , John Hoyi, Mongameli P Jack , Mbuyiselo Jack , Vuzumsi Jacobs , Eunice Jacobs , Jassiem Jacobs , Peter Jacobs , Phindile Jacobs , Shane Jacobs , Vuyani Petrus Jacobs , Vuyani Petrus Jakavu , Mandlenkosi Jama , Thembile Jamela , Mabongo James , Linda James , Mzwandile James , Standford M Jantjies , Bonakele Wilson Jantjies , Mzimkhulu Jantjies , Nelson Jantjies , Sipho Jantjies , Skumbuzo January , Jacobus January , Lim Japhta , Boy Jawa , Mongesi B Jika, Mzwandilek Jikela , Nomalungisa Jiyane , Isaac | Join , Lawrence Jona , Xolile G Jooste , Gerald Joyi, Bandile Joyi, Milton Bayi Jundi , Wana Jwambi , Bonakele Jwili, Joseph Kabasia , Moses Kalakong, Gabothata Kambi , Ntsikelelo W. Kana , Luyanda Kana , Monwabisi R

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

PV , Arson Att Mur Att Mur, Assit ISA Sab Culp Hom

6 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs 2 yrs 9.14 yrs 8 yrs 14 yrs Unknown 12-18 yrs 5 yrs 3 yrs 14 yrs 17 yrs 4 yrs Death Death 23 yrs 20 yrs 23 yrs 6 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 4 yrs Unknown 8 yrs Unknown 15 yrs 3 yrs Unknown Death 10 yrs 5 yrs 3 yrs 6m

PV PV Mur Alt Mur, PV

PV ISA PV PV Mur Mur, PV Mur Mur Mur Mur Mur, PV PV

PV Unknown Mur

PV

Mur, PV PV

PV

Mur, AntMur Mur

PV

Mur, PV Mur PV Unknown Arson Ter Ter

Unknown 8 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 12 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 23 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs 23 yrs 23 yrs

Unknown Mur PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Art Mur Mur Mur

39

DATE SENTENCED 01-07-87M 27-01-88 24-06-87 01-07-89M 01-06-86M 01-03-87M 01-09-86M 01-06-90R 18-01-88 01-02-87M 01-01-90M 14-12-88 01-12-85M 01-04-87M 22-02-88 02-03-88 06-06-89 01-01-86M 06-06-89 08-02-90 13-03-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-86M 01-06-90R 08-03-89 01-05-89M 01-06-90R 26-05-89 24-09-87 01-06-90R 24-11-87 01-06-90R 09-10-86 01-06-90R 01-10-85M 01-02-88M 11-03-88 01-06-90R 06-06-89 01-06-90R 01-12 01-12-89M 24-08-88 06-06-89 06-06-89

EXPECTED

RELEASE 31-07.93M 26-01-98 23-06-97 31-07-91M 31-03-95M 30-09-OOM 31-12-93Y 28-02-92M 31-01-93M 13-12-02 31-12-02M 30-04.91M

05-06-12 31-01-06M 05-06-12 07-02-96 12-03.94 31-12-93Y 31-12-92Y 31-01-94M 07-03-04 31-05-92M

23-09-97 23-05-91 31-12-92Y 08-10-94 31-10-91M 28-02-0OM 10-03-00 05-06-12

23-08-95 05-06-12 05-06-12

NAME

Kana . Thando Kanana , Vuyisile Kani, Wakile Katoo , Mzwandile S Katsikatsi, Mzwabantu Keebine , Simon Kekane , Dime Matthews Keke , Gloria N Kelen , Ellias Kepadisa, Mooketsi Kers , Johannes Keswa , Mncedisi M Ketye, Siphiwo Kgalema , Petros Kganya, William Kgosiemang . Patrick Kgware, Boas Khakaze , Monde Khambi, Ntsikelelo Khambi, W Khangale, David Khanyile, Emmanuel Khasu , Ephraim Khebiti , Agnes Khetani, Nkabinde Khonongwe , Thembinkosi Patrick Khota , Sello Khoza , Banda Khoza , Jeremiah Khoza , Philip Khoza , Simeon Khoza , Simon M Khoza , Stout Khoza , Vusi Khoza , Xthlanariso Khube , Peter Khumalo , Duma Joshua Khumalo , Kenneth Khumalo , Malungisi Khumalo , Muzikayise Khumalo , Samuel Khundulu , Monwabisi Khuzwayo, Vusumuzi Kikana , Mzwandile N Kila, Sindile C Klaas , Johnston Klaas , Kwanele James

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED

23 yrs 24 yrs Unknown 10 yrs 20 yrs 2-18 yrs 14 yrs 15 yrs 17 yrs 2-18 yrs 11 yrs 6 yrs 18 yrs Unknown Unknown 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 22 yrs 2 yrs 6m 8yrs 8m 8 yrs Unknown 12 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 10 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs 12 yrs 15 yrs 12 yrs 8 yrs Death 7 yrs Unknown Unknown

Mur PV PV PV Mur Bop Trea , Ter Trea Mur Mur, PV Bop Trea , Ter Ter PV Mur Unknown PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Sab , Arson , Mur PV Att Mur PV Unknown Mur Pos arm Unknown Ter Ter Ter Mur Ter Mur Mur Mur

06-06-89 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-87M 06-06-89 01.12-89 28-10-85 01-09-88M 12-12-86 01-12-89 13-07-83 01-11-85M 20-08-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-12-89 17-08-78 28-03-90 01.04.88M 26-11-87 01-06-90R 01-08-88M 15-01-91 01-06-90R 09-12-88 22-03-89 01-02-88M 13-10-88 29-11-77 13-10-88 01-06-90R 01-11-89R 03-04-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 13-12-85 26-05-89 19-01-89 01-06-90R 04-03-87 01-01-89M 22-08-88 01-04-89M 26-06-89 26-11-87 01-06-90R

05-06-12

Ter

PV

Unknown Subv , Mur Mur, At Mur Ter Mur

25 yrs Death 6 yrs Unknown 6 yrs Death 20 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs 8 yrs 13 yrs

PV Mur Mur Ter Mur, Alt Mur PV Att Mur

40

RELEASE

31-01-97M 05-06-09 27-10-99 30-09-03M 11-12-03 12-07.94 30-11.91M 19-08-05

16-08-00 27-09.92 31-12-96M 25-11-95 31-08 -OOM 14-01-98 08-12-98 21-03-99 28-02-95M 12-10-00 28-11.92 12-10-00

02-04.95 31-12-01Y 12-12-10 18-01-95 03-03-93 21-08-08 30-04-99M 25-06-99 25-11-95

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Klaas , Luyanda Klaas , Mbuyiselo Klaas , Nkundla Klaas , Zolile Kogina , Lungile Koko , Lumgisa Kolise , Eric Kolisi , chael Kolisi , Temba Kolongo , Thembinkosi Kolweni , Samson Kometsi , Fina Kona , Michael Kopang . David Krenya, Andrew Kube , Peter Kubheka , Vusi Absolom Kwatela, Johnson Kwati, Samuel Kwatsha , Lawrence Kwatshana , Jacob Kweza , Jekwa Kwezi , Ntsikelelo Enoch Kwinana , Vuyo Kwindla, Wilfred Landu , Bonakele Langa, Johannes Langa, Paul Lata, Themba Alfred Lawu, Ernest Leballo , Peter Lebeko , Peter Lebepe, Stanford Lebese , Ludwe Lemuel Leboea , Tseliso Isaac Ledwaba , John Lelakane , Simon Legoele , Elias Lehloenga , Paul Sepere Lekhanyane, Andrew Lekhanyane , David Lekhumbi, Conrad Lemme, Modisawakgotla Lengwati, Tshepo Lentsoane , Jerry Lentswane , Abraham Lepile, Gladwin

Unknown 23 yrs 15 yrs 8 yrs 10 yrs 6 yrs 15 yrs 3 yrs 4 yrs 10 yrs 18 yrs 5 yrs 13 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 18 yrs 18 yrs 6 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown Unknown 12 yrs 10 yrs 3 yrs 7 yrs 10 yrs 27 yrs yrs 27 yrs yrs yrs 20 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown yrs Death Death yrs 2-18 yrs 18 yrs yrs yrs yrs 6m

Mur Mur PV Att Mur Mur PV PV Mur Theft PV Ter Mur PV Mur Bop Trea Ter

01-06-90R 06-06-89 01-11-88M 23-03-87 29-11-90 01-01-85Y 01-08-88M 24-08-89 01-06-90R 01-12-88M 23-03-87 27-11-86 08-01-87 01-12-89 27-11-86 28-06-83 28-07-88 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 15-09-88 01-03-89M 08-09-89 01-06-90R 20-08-87 01-07-86 17-08-77 06-07-85 01-07-86 01-11-87M 26-11-87 01-03-88M 01-05-89M 01-12-89 19-12-86 01-12-89 01-06-90R 17-07-88 26-05-89 26-05-89 22-03-89 01-12-89 01-11-89M 03-04-88 26-09-86 14-12-88

,

,

NAME

PV

,

Ter Mur Att Mur

PV

,

Bop Trea Ter Unknown Unknown Ter Ter Ter

PV

yrs

Mur

10

, ,

,

5

,

7

8 8

III

10 25

III

Gath PV Ter Culp Hom Gath PV PV PV Mur Ter Bop Trea Ter PV Bop Trea Ter Unknown ISA

15

7

,

15

,

,

Mur Alt Mur Mur Alt Mur Ter Bop Trea Ter Ter Ter

2

Trea Culp Hom

41

EXPECTED RELEASE

05-06-12 30-11-03M 22-03-95 28.11.00 31.12-91Y 31-08-03M 23-08-92 31-12-98M 22-03-05 26-11-91 07-01-00 26-11-91 27-06-01 27-07-06

14-09-04 31-03-99M 07-09.92 19-08-97 16-08-02 05-07.95 30.11.95M 25-11.95 31-03-08M 31-05-96M 18.12-91

16-07-98

21-03-04 30-11-07M 02-04.95 25-09-01 13-06-91

NAME

Lesame , Hendrick Leseme , Phehello S Leshaba , Doctor Lethoko , Kgosietsile Letsholo, Johannes Letuma, Joseph Libalele , Powo Libazi , Khaya Carmichael Litlhakanyane, Putswe Jacob Livingstone, Mabokela Liwende , Solomzi James Lothering. Dennis Louw, Sipho Lubisi, Johnson Ncimbithi Lucas , Mthetheleli Lukhele , Joseph Lumkhwana , Thembani Luse , Patrick Luthuli, Mzwandile Luthuli, Ntombodidi Luthuli, Ntozini Luthuli, Solomon Lwayo, Michael M Maake , Jerome Maake , Sello Raymond Mabanga, Samson Mabanga, Samson T Mabaso , Isaac Thulane Mabelane , Adolphina Mabele , Michael Mabena , Petros M Mabhena , Timothy Mabitsela , William Maboa , Ramoepi Steven Mabombo , James Mabove , Vuyani Machepa , Michael Machitje, Esau Chechela Madasi , Zwelinzima Madela , David Madiba , Frans Madikane , Dickson Madimabe , Moses Madlavu , Desmond Mzukizi Madola , Tose Madolwana , Luthando Madongolwane , Gideon

SENTENCE 2-18 yrs 2 yrs 6m Unknown 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 8 yrs 15 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 15 yrs Unknown Unknown Lite Death Unknown Unknown 7 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown 12 yrs 9 yrs 6 yrs 10 yrs 3 yrs 6 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs Unknown Unknown 12 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 9 yrs 2 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 2 yrs 6m Death 2-18 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 20 yrs Death

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Bop Trea , Ter Sab

01-12-89 01-03-90M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 23-03-87 19-09-86 01-11-89M 01-06-90R 08-09-89 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 20-11-80 02-03-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-85Y 01-06-9OR 01-06-90R 01-06-90R

PV

Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Alt Mur Ter Ter

PV Ter Unknown Mur Trea Mur, PV Mur Unknown

PV Unknown Mur Mur Mur

PV

Ter Pos arm

PV PV

Ter Unknown Bop Trea , Ter

PV

Unknown Mur Mur , All Mur Unknown Subv Mur, Intim Pos arm

PV PV

Ter Mur Bop Trea , Ter Sab , Arson Unknown Mur Mur, Au Mur

42

05-04-89 19-10-90 01-02-90M 01-10-90M 26-07-88 1910-90 02-05-86 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-11-85 27-09-90 01-06-90R 01-01-877 01-02-90M 01-10-90M 01-01-85M 01-06-90R 01-02-90M 23-09-86 01-12-89 29-06-78 01-06-90R 05-03-87 26-05-89

EXPECTED RELEASE 30-09-92M

22-03-95 18-09-01 30-11-01M 07-09-04

31-12-03Y 31-12-92Y 31-12-94Y 31-12-99M 31-12-99Y 04-04-01 18-10-99 28-02-96M 31-10-0OM 25-07-91 18-10-96 01-05-04

31-12-92Y 31-10-97 26-09-08 31-12-92Y 28-02-99M 31-10-92M 31-01-03M 31-12-92Y 31-08-92M

28-06-96 31-12-06M 04-03-07

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED RELEASE

Madonsela , Absolum Madonsela , Obed Selukwanda Maduna , Lucas Magagula, Abram Magagula, Meshack Magagula, Simon Magopane , Ronny Magogoza , Gertrude Maguda, Fetie Maguga, Daniel Zenzile Magundzo, George Magwaca , Michael V Magwasha , C Magwaza , Edgar Magxaki, Keith Magxaki, Tommy Magxwalisa, Lungile Wiseman Mahasa , Moses Mahatlane , Lesley Mahila, Lawrence Mahlaba , Nkosinathi Mahlabehwane , Jeremiah Mahlana , Tabo Mahlangu , Johannes Somdeni Mahlangu , Joseph Mahlangu , Patric Mahlape, Essence Mahlasela , Johannes Mahleza , Enoch Mahlobo , Vusumzi Wesley Mahope , Samuel Maimane , Oupa Patrick Majavu, Ndaba Sam Majikela, Zola Majikela, Zola Majoda, P Majoko, Michael Majola, DI Majola, Desmond Majola, R Majolo, Jonathon Makalina, Solomon Makaula , Amos Makeleni , Barwabisi Makeleni , Mziwoxolo Christopher Makgae, Jacob Makgalemele, Liphapang

12 yrs 18 yrs Unknown 11 yrs 15 yrs 12 yrs Unknown Unknown 5 yrs 14 yrs Death 5 yrs Unknown Unknown

Unknown Ter

31-12-88Y 24-11-89 01-06-90R 20-07-89 01-07-88M 13-10-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-01-88M 13-06-89 01-04-89M 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 30-09-83 01-08-88M 01-12-89 10-08-89 01-06-90R 01-10-87 01-08-88M 24-07-86 01-05-88M 28-07-88 01-06-90R 01-10-90M 25-11-88 27-04-87 01-10-87M 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-07-90M 19-10-90 01-06-88M 01-12-89 25-01-91R

31-12-00Y 23-11-07 31-12-93Y 19-07-00 31-07-03M 12-10-00 31-12-92Y

PV Ter Mur Mur PV Unknown

PV

Mur Mur PV Unknown Unknown Arson

Unknown Unknown 24 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 5 yrs

PV

Trea Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea PV PV Mur Ter , An Mur Mur, Arson Mur, Att Mur

12 yrs 25 yrs 3 yrs 16 yrs

PV

Unknown 5 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 4 yrs 20 yrs 9 yrs 6m 2-18 yrs Unknown Death Unknown 5 yrs 6 yrs Unknown 12 yrs 25 yrs 2-18 yrs 10 yrs

Pos arm Mur ISA Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV

PV PV

Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Mur Unknown

PV PV

PV Mur Mur Bop Trea , Ter Mur, PV

43

23-09-86 01-06-SOR 01-01-85C 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 04-11-86 08-01-87 01-12-89 28-11-88

31-01.93M 12-06-03

31-12-93Y 31-12-94Y 29-09-07 31-08-98M 09-08-96 31-12-95Y 30-09-92 31-08-OOM 23-07-11 31-05-91M 27-07-04 31-10-95M 24-11-98 26-04-97 31.10-95M

31-07-13M 31-07-13M 31-12-97M

31-12-91Y 03-11-98 07-01-12 27-11-98

NAME

SENTENCE

Makgogoana , Makhaza , Israel Makhubela , Edarial Makhubela , Thomas Makhubu, Victor Makhura , Joseph Elias Maki , Lulamile M Makisi , Goodman Makisi , Wilson Makulani, Makoloane Makuluma, Sonnyboy

Unknown Death Death Death 12 yrs 25 yrs 4 yrs 7 yrs 8 yrs Unknown Unknown

Makuvala , Morgan Teboga Makwela , Motshele Edwin Maledi, Butisi Damani Maledi , Mzimkhulu Maleke , Daniel Malele, Elson Malhalela , Mpande Joseph Mali , Shedrack Maloka , Nosipho Mamabolo , Philemon Mamani , Pumsile Mamayo, Justice Mamba , Allen Ndodomzi Mamela , Christopher Mamphanga, Takalani David Mamzini , Noah Mana , Thozamile Manana , Naphthali Mandoyi, Vusumzi Mandyoli, Peter Manene , Boy Mangaliso , Paul Mangcola, John Mangcola, Vuyisile Mange, Mncedisi James Daniel Mange, Siphiwo Manginda, Patrick

15 yrs 5 yrs 14 yrs 14 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 20 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 25 yrs 15 yrs 18 yrs 18 yrs 5 yrs Death 17 yrs 8 yrs Life 10 yrs Death Unknown Unknown 5 yrs 5 yrs

Mangope, Robert Mankayi, Hendrik Manotshi , Ezekiel Manqase , Thompson Manyeneng, Thapelo Maotoana , Jacob Mapetshowane , Charles Mapondo, Raymond Maponya , Andries

CONVICTION

Unknown Mur, PV Mur Mur Unknown Mur, Att Mur

PV PV

PV Arson Unknown Ter Ter Mur Assit Mur

PV Mur Unknown Kidnap, Assit Ter Mur Mur Ter , Mur Mur Mur Mur Att Mur Trea Ter Mur, Robb Unknown Unknown PV PV Trea PV Mur Pos arm PV , Arson Mur Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Mur Sab Ter Ter

20 yrs

8 yrs

Death 6 yrs 8 yrs 10 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 14 yrs 5 yrs 20 yrs 6 yrs

44

DATE

EXPECTED

SENTENCED

RELEASE

01-12-90R 01-08-88M 01-11-89R 01-05-87M 01-05-89M 27-04-89 01-09-87M 01-01-86M 01-01-86M 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 28-06-83 22-03-89 08-08-86 01-01-85M 01-09-86M 01-06-90R 01-03-88M 01-06-90R 29-08-86 01-04-90M 01-08-88M 26-08-87 11-05-89 01-02-88M 10-03-89 01-07-86M 23-03-87 20-11-80 02-10-89 27-01-89 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 03-09-86 01-09-86M 15-11-79 01-06-90R 23-09-86 01-10-87M 25-04-86 01-08-88M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-09-87M 04-03-88 28-06-83 01-10-89M

31-05-01M 26-04-14 30-09-91M 31-01-93M 31-01-94M 31-12-91Y 31-12-91Y 27-06-98 21-03-94 07-08-00 31-01-99M 30-09-98M 31-12-93Y 31-03-08M 28-08-92 30-04-15M 31-08-03M 25-08-05 10-05-07 28-02-93M 31-07-03M 22-03-95 01-10-99

02-09-91 30-09-91M 14-11-99

31-10-93M 24-04.94 31-08-98M

30-09-01M 03-03-93 27-06-03 31-10-95M

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Maponya , Thomas Maqhubela , Vusumzi Maqhutyana, Mboniswa Maqina, Sizwe Maqoko, Basayi Maqoma, Xolile Maqubela , Patrick Ntobeko Martin, Sandile Marubungwana , Gunyazile Masango , Frans Ting Ting Maseko , Acton Mandla Maseko , James Maseti , Johnie Masha , Paulus Mashigo , Freddie Mashigo, Jacob Mashigo, Petrus Tsepo Mashile , German Mashinini , Kethla Johannes Mashinini , Vusi Isak Mashoke , Mosimanegape Mashumi , Themba Masibi , Llote Shadrack Masike , Joseph Masimango, Petrus Masina , Jabu Obed Masindi , Mashudu Masipa, Aubrey Masiu , Ephraim Masiza , Oscar Masiza , Toto Bongani Masiza , Wellington Maskoti , David TF Masondo , Shirley Masuku , Sibusiso Senele Masuku , Sibusiso Senele Masuwe , David Mataboge, Amos Matakata, Jama Matani, Thembinkosi Elvis Matebe , Mzukisi Mathabathe, Andrew Mathebe , Lungile Mathebu, Gilbert Mathews , Hermanus Mathonsi , Alan Mathunjwa, Vincent Alson

15 yrs 9-12 yrs 20 yrs 5 yrs Lite 5 yrs 20 yrs 6 yrs 16 yrs 25 yrs 23 yrs 8 yrs 14 yrs Unknown 14 yrs Unknown Life Unknown 4 yrs 5 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 25 yrs 6 yrs 6 yrs 2-18 yrs 3 yrs 6m 13 yrs 6m Death 5 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs

Mur Mur, Culp Hom Trea Mur Mur Fur aims Trea

01-11-90R 24-01-90 07-09-82 05-03-87 01-06-87M 01-01-89M 07-09-82 01-06-90R 08-09-89 27-04-89 16-01-89 01-10-87M 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 19-10-87 01-06-9OR 20-11-80 01-06-90R 16-07-87 24-11-88 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01.12-89 01-12-89 01-01-86Y 27-04-89 01-04-90M 23-08-85 01-12-89 19-05-89 08-09-89 26-05-89 01-06-90R 06-02-89 01-04-87R 31-08-87 04-03-87 10-08-89 01-01-86M 23-03-87 01-06-90R 01-03-90M 01-05-87M 11-06-87 01-12-88M 01-06-88M 31-10-88

PV Ter Mur, Att Mur Trea Ter PV PV Mur Unknown Trea PV Rob PV , Arson Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur , Att Mur Ter PV Bop Trea , Ter PV , Pos expl Ter Mur, Att Mur

PV

Sab Ter Mur PV Bop Trea Ter Mur PV Arm rob Mur Mur

Death 5 yrs 7 yrs 7 yrs 18 yrs 3 yrs 12 yrs 15 yrs 15 yrs 4 yrs 9 yrs 7 yrs

PV

Ter Ter

45

EXPECTED RELEASE

06-09-02 04-03-92 31-01-94M 06-09-02 07-09-05 26-04-14 15-01-12 31-10-95M

18-10-01

31-12-91Y 15-07.91 23-11-93

31-12-91Y 26-04-14 30-04-96M 22-08-91 18-11-92 07-03-03

05-02-99

03-03-92 09-08-96 31-01-93M 22-03-05 31-03-02M 31-05-02M 10-06-02 31-12-92M 30-06-97M 30-10-95

NAME

Mathunya, Henry Matikiti, Zola Matiwane, Nomathemba E Matlala, Hendrick Matiala, Mzikayise Matlhola, Harry Kagiso Matomane , Sabelo Lennox Matoti, Phillip Matoti, Sphiwo Matroos, Zolile Chris Matsepe, TV Matsguku, Wilson Matshaba , Solomon Matshego, Davis Matsheka , Othusutse Matshidiso , Kgomotso Malshili , Wilson Matshoba , Elisha Matsididi, Harold Matsile , Ntwaetsile Matsitse, Talitha Matsosela , Nyathe Matuvana, Wellington Maugedzo , George Mavela , Mbokeli S Mawabehwane , Jeremiah Mawhasane , Bernard Thabang Maxasa , Mbambezeli Maxham , Vuyo May, Johnson Mazibuko , Bongani Mazibuko , Nkosinathi L Mazibuko , Ntombentle C Mazibuko , Patrick Vos Maziya, Clifford Mazuza , Philip Mbalumdaka , Siphiwe Mngondo Mbambo , Signet Mbana , Themba Mbanjwa, Thembinkosi Mbasane , Patrick Mbatha, Jabu Mbatha, Jabulani Mbatha, Ntando Mbele , Jacob Mbele , Mchilizwa 1 Mbele , Silas

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED RELEASE

Unknown

PV Fur aims Mur Mur Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Ter Alt Mur Att Mur Att Mur

01-06-9OR 01-05-87M 13-06-89 01-11-85 01-06-90R 01-12-89 08-09-89 23-03-87 01-01-86M 10-06-87 01-08-89M 01-04-89M 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 10-03-89 26-05-89 08-02-90 01-12-89 25-11-87 28-11-88 28-09-87 10-03-89 01-06-89M

31-12-93Y 31-05-92M 12-06-92 31-10-97

5 yrs 3 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 15 yrs 6 yrs 6 yrs 10 yrs 5 yrs Death 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Death 8 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 15 yrs 9 yrs 15 yrs Death Death

PV Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Mur Mur, Att Mur ISA Bop Trea , Ter Mur Mur, PV Mur Mur Mur Unknown

Unknown 2 yrs 6m 10 yrs Unknown Unknown 11 yrs 7 yrs 2 yrs 9 yrs 7 yrs 4 yrs 10 yrs 20 yrs 8 yrs 2 yrs 6m 6 yrs 10 yrs 4 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 4 yrs 8 yrs

PV

Mur , PV

PV

Unknown Mur, Intim ISA ISA Pos Expl Ter Att Mur Mur, Att Mur Mur PV

PV Mur All Mur

ISA

Unknown Intim Intim, Assit PV

46

01-06-90R 07-05-90 29-11-90 01-06 -SOR 01-06-90R 01-02-90M 01-08-89M 01-08-89M 30-06-89 26-08-88 06-07-88 01-05-87M 01-12-87M 01-01-86M 28-03-90 08-02.90 01-02-90M 19-06-90 01-06-90R 29-01-88 20-02-89 26-11-87

07-09-04 22-03-93 31-01-92M 09-06-97 31-08-94M

25-05-97 07-02-98 24-11-02 27-11-97 27-09-02

06-11-92 28-11-00 31-12-95Y 31-12-91Y 28-02-01M 31-08-96M 31-08-91M 29-06-98 25-02-96 05-07-92 31-05-97M 31-12-07M 31-01-94M 27-09-92 07-02-96 28-02 -OOM 18-06-94 28-01-92 16-01-93 25-11-95

NAME

SENTENCE

Mbengo, Paulos Mbengo, Stanley Mbilatshwa , Solomon Mbilatshwa , Thabo Mbiza , Phosa Mbokwane , Daniel Mbonane , Oupa Josias Mbotyana, Mandlundia Mbusi , Mseki McBride , Derrick McBride , Robert John Mcanda , Vuyo Mdayi, Mzumkisi Christopher Mde , Gerald Kholisile Mdepa, Mkuseli Mdiza , Mfundo Mdluli, Absalom Mdola , Nontlopeko Mdumge, Muhle Metane , Phillip M Mehlo , Mbuyiselo Mehlo , Tebogo Mekhosonke , Patrick Melude , Louis Memela , Aaron Mene , Standford Menong, Thekiso Menze , Eric Mereyothle , Hunter Metambeke , Michael Metane , Phillip Metane , Thembinkosi Methula , Lloyd Metseeme , Abednego Metswamere , William Miene , Vuzumuzi Klaas Mfihlo , Zamxolo Patric Mgedezi, Tjeluruyo Mgobhozi , Mali Mgole, Gerald Mgole, Gerald Mgomezulu , Mgqatsa , Mgcineni Mgqeza , MG Mguni, Khatazile Mgwadleli, Methwes Mhlanzi , Norman

J

CONVICTION

Unknown

PV

9 yrs

PV Mur Mur Unknown Att Mur, Assit Mur Mur Mur Mur, Ter Ter , Mur Assit Mur Mur Unknown Mur, PV Mur Mur Mur PV

6 yrs 6 yrs Unknown 10 yrs Death 10 yrs 23 yrs 12 yrs Death 12 yrs 16 yrs 4 yrs Death 12 yrs 8 yrs 18 yrs 17 yrs Unknown 7 yrs 14 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 19 yrs

PV

Mur PV

PV

Att Mur, Arson Mur Bop Trea , Ter

21 yrs 2-18 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs 6 yrs 12 yrs 18 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 3 yrs 6m 18 yrs 20 yrs 12 yrs 7 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 10 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown 12 yrs

PV

Bop Trea PV PV

PV

Att Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter

PV

Mur Mur, At Mur Ter PV Culp Hom Unknown ISA Unknown Unknown Mur Trea

47

DATE

EXPECTED

SENTENCED

RELEASE

01-06-90R 01-06-90R 11-06-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 24-06-87 31-08-87 19-02-90 06-06-89 13-05-87 13-04-87 01-06-90R 08-01-87 01-03-89M 01-08-88M 24-11-87 09-09-88 18-01-88 01-09-89M 01-06-90R 01-07-87M 01-08-88M 01-06-90R 09-06-86 11-12-87 01-05-86M 01-12-89 01-06-90R 10-08-89 01-06-87M 01-06-90R 01-06-86M 26-02-90 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-01-90C 23-03-87 01-05-87M 27-01-89 01-07-87M 24-07-87 01-06-90R 16-11-88 25-01-91R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 26-09-84

10-06.93 31-12-06Y 23-06-97 18-02-00 05-06-12 12-05-99

07-01-03 31-03-93M 23-11-99 08-09-96 17-01-06 30-09-06M 31-07.94M 31-08-02M 08-06-91 10-12-06 31-05-07M

09-08-96 30-06-93M 30-06-04M 25-02-00

22-03-05 31-05-07M 26-01-01 23-07-97 23-07-97 15-11-98

31-12-99Y 25-09-96

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Mhlawuli , Thebo Mhlekwa , Gilbert Vusi Mhlongo, Sydney Mbhekeni Mhlongo , VW Mhlongo, Welcome Vukane Miadu, Mzimkhulu Michael, Andrew Mila , Fezek Mira, Johannes Mjacu, Mtutuseli Mjadu, Mzimkulu Sisa Mjekula, Shadrack Mjila, Zola Mjo . Zwelinkosi Mjodi, Patrick M. Mkefa, Lumkile Happy Mkhatshwa, Absalom Mkhize , Vusi Mkholi , Melphin Mkhomazi , Lucas Mkhwamubi, Musk Gayinkami Mkhwanbi , M Mkomazi , Mthetho Mkonto, Balekile Mkwanazi , Musk Popai Mlahleki , Timothy Litha Mlandu , Israel Mlanzi , C Mlele, Isaac Mlenzana , Mxolisi Mloroti, Ellen Mmisi, Phillip Mmolotsi, Andries Mmono , Elliott Mncube , Mthetheleli Zephania Mngcobo, Mandia Mngomezulu , Mandla Mngomezulu, Moses Mngqibisa, George Mnguni, Tamsanga Mnikathi, Ronald Sibusiso Mnikeli , w Mnisi , Peter Mnqibisa, Sylvia Mnunu , Mzwabantu Mnyaka, Amos Mnyamana, Nico Ledube

13 yrs 5 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 10 yrs Unknown 6 yrs Death 2 yrs 6m 14 yrs 18 yrs 2-18 yrs 6 yrs Life 7 yrs 14 yrs 11 yrs 13 yrs 8 yrs 4 yrs 10 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown

PV Rob

01-06-90R 12-06-90 20-09-90 25-01-91R 01-08-89M 01-06-90R 01-10-85M 01-06-90R 07-05-90 09-09-86 23-03-87 01-12-89 02-09-86 01-06-87M 01-06-88 14-05-86 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 23-03-87 01-06-90R 03-04-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 30-11-78 26-11-87 01-06-90R 01-07-88M 01-06-90R 25-08-86 01-04-88M 01-12-89 01-12-89 04-05-88 01-06-90R 01-05-88M 01-06-90R

Rob , Mur Unknown ISA

PV Arson Mur PV Mur Mur Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur PV , Arson Trea PV Arson Att Mur

PV

ISA Unknown Unknown

PV

Unknown 42 yrs 8 yrs Unknown 4 yrs Unknown 9 yrs 14 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Death 8 yrs Death 2 yrs

Ter Att Mur PV Unknown Intim Mur Att Mur Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Mur PV Mur, Ter PV

Unknown Unknown 4 yrs

Unknown PV Culp Hom Unknown Ter

Unknown 7 yrs 2 yrs Unknown 10 yrs 7 yrs

PV

Unknown Mur, PV PV

48

01-06-90R 01-06-90R 16-10-89 25-01-91R 03-04-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-08-89M 25-09-87

EXPECTED RELEASE

11-06-95 19-09-02 31-08-99M 31-10-91M 06-11-92 08-09-00 22-03-05 01-09-92 30-12-95 13-05-00

22-03-95 02-04-97 31-12-91Y 31-12-95Y 29-11-20 25-11.95 31-07-92M 31-12-05Y 24-08-95 30-04-02M

31-12-96Y 15-10-93 02-04-95 31-12-91Y 31-08-99M 24-09-94

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Moabelo , Johannes Moahloli , Sechaba Moaloli , William S Moate , Pule Mocha , Ngabom Joseph Modiga, Albert Modisane , Jonathan Modisane , Machaya Modisane , P Modisane , Thabo Stan Modise , Alfred Modise , April Modise , Brown Modise , Cheetah Labius Modise , Daisy Modise , G Modise , Monica Modise , Patrick M Modise , Simon Modise , William Modisella , Solomon Modiselle , Goodwill Modutlwa , Phokompe Simon Moeng , Balosang Moeng, Isaac Moeng , Obed Moerane , Paul Mofokeng , Christmas Mogale, Solomon Mogapi, George S Mogapi, Samson Mogashoa , Caleb Kgalapa Mogoai, Aubrey Mogodiri, Gustav Mogoerane , Thekiso Aaron Mogokonyaane , Odirile Mogotsi , Kedibone Angeli Mogwaditlha, Kabelo Mohapi, Nicodemus T Mohapie , Jannie Mohohlo , Setsiba Mohope, Samuel Moise , David Mojata, Steven Mokati, Edward Theise Mokgatie, Zonga Mokgatihe, Norman

Death 10 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown Unknown 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Death 1 yr 6m 27 yrs 2-18 yrs 1 yr

Mur Unknown Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter

01-11-89R 01-01-89Y 01-02-89M 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-12-89 01-12-89 06-08-90 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-05-87M 06-08-90 01-07-86 01-12-89 01-04-90M 01-12-89 01-11-88M 25-11-87 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-01-87M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-03-90M 01-12-89 01-04-89M 01-12-89 01-12-89 22-03-89 01-12-89 01-11-89M 01-12-89 07-05-90 23-11-88 01-10-88M 01-06-90R 19-08-81 15-10-90 22-09-89 26-05-89 01-12-89

PV

Bop Trea , Bop Trea , Bop Trea , Bop Trea , Bop Trea , Mur

Ter Ter Ter Ter Ter

PV ,

,

III

Gath PV Bop Trea Ter ISA Bop Trea Ter Ter Mur Bop Trea Ter Bop Trea Ter PV Bop Trea Ter PV Unknown Bop Trea Ter Arm rob Bop Trea Ter Ter Bop Trea Ter Bop Trea Ter Ter Bop Trea Ter Ter Bop Trea Ter PV Harb Ter Unknown Trea Mal Dam Trea Mur All Mur Bop Trea Ter ,

,

14

2

5 2

,

4

,

,

,

8

,

12

,

5

,

, ,

8

,

2-18 yrs 8 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 15 yrs 2-18 yrs yrs 2-18 yrs yrs 6m yrs 10 yrs Unknown Life yrs yrs Death 2-18 yrs

49

EXPECTED RELEASE

31-12-99Y 28-02-99M 31-12-93Y

05-08-92

05-02-92

30-04-91M 30-11-96M 24-11-95

31-12.93Y 31-01-92M

31-03-02M 30-04-97M

21-03-04 30-11-93M 06-11-92 22-11-93 31-10-98M

14-10-92 21-09-03

NAME

Mokgautsi, Frans Mokgoasi , Eugene Mokgolela, George Mokhesi , Francis Don Mokhoabane , Willbrod Mokoana , Jonas Mokoena , David Mokoena , Paulos Mokoena , Reid Malebo Mokoena , Suzman Nkopane Mokolobate , Abram Mokomane , Frans Mokomane , Stanley Mokone , Clement Mokubela , Samuel Mokwena , Sipho Solly Molaba , Elias Molebala , David Molebatsi , Ikan Yeng Moses Molebeng , Jerry Molete, Hendrick Molefe , Johannes Molefe , Patrick Molele , Reuben Molete, Tladitsgae Molefi , Joseph Molelekeng, David Molema, Steve Moloantoa , William Thepe Moloi, Norman Moloi , Rodney Moloko , Thembinkosi Molosi , Stanley Mompe, Lucas Monana , B Monesi , Joseph Mongake , Patrick Mono , Bernard Mono , Johannes Monyadi, Kabelo Morake , Abram More , Rodney Moremi , Ntabiseng Mosebi , David Moseki , Eric Moseki , Johannes Moseki , Mathews

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

PV

1 yr 6m 12 yrs 2-18 yrs 25 yrs Unknown 8 yrs 17 yrs 2 yrs 6m 18 yrs 20 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs 4 yrs 12 yrs 15 yrs 6 yrs 7 yrs 4 yrs 20 yrs Death Unknown 2-18 yrs Death 7 yrs 19 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 9 yrs 20 yrs 15 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 2 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 14 yrs Death 2-18 yrs 7 yrs Unknown Unknown 2-18 yrs Unknown 20 yrs 8 yrs

Ter Bop Trea , Ter Subv , Mur PV PV Mur

PV

Subv , Mur Trea Bop Trea , Ter Pos arm Mur Mur Ter Ter PV Mur, Intim Trea Mur, PV Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Mur Bop Trea Trea Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Ter Mur

PV

Unknown Bop Trea , Ter PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Mur Mur, PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea Unknown Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Mur

PV

50

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED

06-08-90 13-07-83 01-12-89 13-12-85 01-06-90R 26-11-87 01-06-89M 28-03-90 13-12-85 25-10-82 01-12-89 14-02-91 01-06-89M 01-08-88M 22-03-89 06-02-90 06-01-86 01-02-90M 20-11-80 01-08-88M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 10-03-89 10-08-89 15-11-79 01-12-89 01-12-89 20-03-91R 01-12-89 19-06-89 01-03-88M 01-01-83M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 06-08-90 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-09-87M 01-08-88M 01-12-89 10-08-89 20-03-91R 01-06-90R 01-12-89

05-02-92 12-07-95

01-06-9OR 19-10-87 26-11-87

RELEASE

12-12-10 31-12-91 Y 25-11-95 30-06-06M 27-09-92 12-12-03 24-10-02 13-02-98 30-06-93M 31-08-OOM 21-03-04 05-02-96 05-01-93 28-02-94M 19-11-00

09-08-96 14-11-98

18-06-98 31-03-08M 31-01-98M

05-08-92

30-09-01M

09-08-96

18-10-07 25-11-95

2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 24 yrs 20 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs Lite 18 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs 2 yrs Unknown

Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter Arson Att Mur, Arson Att Mur Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Arson Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV , Arson Mur Mur, Att Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea Bop Trea , Ter

PV

Ter Unknown Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur, PV Mur, PV

2-18 yrs 5 yrs 20 yrs 16 yrs 14 yrs 14 yrs 17 yrs 2 yrs 6m 18 yrs 18 yrs 9 yrs Unknown 9 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 4 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 7 yrs 15 yrs 12 yrs 6 yrs 15 yrs 7 yrs 27 yrs 8 yrs 6 yrs

DATE

SENTENCED

PV

Mur PV

PV

Mur, PV PV Mur

PV ISA Ter

PV

,

Subv , PV Arson PV PV PV Arson , Mal dam Mur Mur Mur Mur Gath PV Mur

01-12-89 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-06-90R 11-12-87 03-06-88 01-12-89 20-03-91R 01-02-90M 01-12-89M 01-12-89 18-11-86 02-03-78 28-07-88 01-12-89 10-08-89 01-12-89 28-07-86 01-11-89M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-08-88M 28-11-86 01-09-86M 01-06-90R 01-11-85M 01-06-90R 13-03-87 01-06-90R 01-04-90M 01-06-90R 27-04-87 01-08-89M 01-01-877 01-01-88Y 01-01-87M 01-01-88M 01-06-86M 01-04-86M 01-05-89M 08-02-90 01-05-89M 01-02-88M 01-07-86 24-09-87 01-06-90R

EXPECTED RELEASE

10-12-11 02-06-08

28-02-94M

17.11-91 27-07-06 09-08-94 27-07-93 30-11.91M 31-12-03Y

31-08-08M 27-11-02 30-09 OOM -

CONVICTION

III

Moshane , Daniel Moshoete , Walter Mosiane , Stephen Motau , Seun Motaung. Ezekiel Motha , Desmond Mzimkhulu Mothoagae , David Mothupi, Petrus Motlana , Albert Motihale , David Motlhanke , Samuel Motiotlo, Tshokola Paulus Motloung, Mondy Motsamai, Lazarus Motsamai , Victor Motsoatsoa , Talo Shadrack Motsumi , Rammala Jooste Motswanyane , Norman Motubatsi, Edward Rakomang Mpondo, Richard Mpongo, Dan John Mpongoshe , Witness Mpshe , Johannes Mpumlo, Sidwell Thobekile Mqalo, Mzwandile Mqalo, Sijila Mgongwana , Singilizwe Mroscisa , Monde Mrwebi , Nkosinathi Mshilo , Zarnxolo Msimela , Msize , Oscar Msomi , Oroway Qonda Msweli , Vuyisile Mtambo, Thomas Mtamzeli , Mbuyiseli Mtana , Latsha Mthethwa , Ellijah Mthimkhulu, Israel Mtlomelo , Dumisane Chris Mtongoshe, X Mtshiselwa , Lulama Chris Mtshiselwa , Viwe Mtsweni , Johannes Musi , Aletta Mvalweni , Mpumelelo Mvelase , Johnson

SENTENCE

51

NAME

30-11-02M 12-03-05 30-04-99M 26-04-96 31-08-94M 31-12-92Y 31-12-92Y 31-01-92M 31-01.93M 30-06-93M 30-04-01M 31-05-01M 07-02-96 31-05-04M 28-02-95M 23-09-95

NAME

Mvubu , Boy Mvuka , Selby Fanie Mwandla , Robert Dumisani Myeni , Dumezweni Myolisi , Zola Mzimela , Fanini Mzukize , Candry Mzukwa , Theophilus Thembinkosi Nakani, Nompikiso Nakaula , Simon Naki , Cyprian Nango , Julius Nanto , Vuyisile Ncantswa , Michael Dabie Ncaphayi , Mxolisie Ncebe , Geelbooi Nchabeng , Samuel Nchukana , Basil Ndaba , Robert Ndabangaye , Sithembiso Ndabeni , Jardboard Ndamana , William Ndesi , Chris Sandile Ndevu, Mase Ndimeni , Wandisile Ndlanzi , Sibusiso Robert Ndlazi , Vuyani Ndlovu, Phineas Ndlovu , Ronnie Ndlovu, Thami Ndlovu , Zebulon Ndou , Edward Ndunjana , Willie Ndwalane , Amos Nawanya , Zandisile Ndzuzo , Lunga Necime , Simon Nelani , Elvis Nene , Vusumuzi Vivian Nethsitungulwan , Phineas Ngatyane , Chris Ngcane, Ice Ngcanga , D. Ngcobo, Paulson Ngcobo, Vukani Ngema, Eunice Ngesimani , Gloria

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

Unknown 7 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 15 yrs 25 yrs 15 yrs 5 yrs 8 yrs 6 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 12-18 yrs 5 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 4 yrs 14 yrs 7 yrs 9-12 yrs Unknown 12 yrs Unknown 18 yrs 12 yrs Unknown 15 yrs 2 yrs 6m 5 yrs Unknown 20 yrs 6 yrs 8 yrs 18 yrs 5 yrs 12 yrs 6 yrs 7 yrs 4 yrs Unknown 12 yrs Unknown 15 yrs

Ter PV Ter Ter

PV Mur Mur Ter Mur

PV Ter Att Mur Unknown PV Mur Subv Unknown Unknown Mur Mur Kidnap , Att Mur Mur, PV Ter Mur , Culp Hom Unknown ISA Unknown Mur , Att Mur Arm rob Mur Mur PV Arson Mur Mur , PV PV Ter Mur Ter Mur Fur aims Mur

PV Unknown Mur Unknown Mur

52

DATE

SENTENCED 06-12-85 01-06-86 20-03-89 06-12-85 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-09-89M 12-08-87 01-06-90R 16-06-86 19-06-89 01-01-88M 01-06-90R 19-10-90 18-01-88 01-01-877 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 23-06-88 01-08-89M 01-08-89M 24-01-90 01-06-90R 27-04-87 01-06-90R 28-07-88 01-03-90M 01-06-90R 11-10-88 02-10-89 15-04-87 01-06-90R 28-11-86 01-06-90R 19-06-89 18-01-88 01-01-89M 10-03-89 01-08-87M 07-09-88 17-06-88 01-06-90R 05-04-89 01-06-90R 28-09-87

EXPECTED RELEASE

30-06-93 19-03-99 05-12-92

30-09-04M 11-08-12 15-06-91 18-06-97 31-01-94M 18-10-94 31-12-92Y 31-12-95Y 31-12-94Y 31-12-03Y 22-06-92 31-08-03M 31-08-96M

26-04-99 27-07-06 31-03-02M 31-12-95Y 10-10-03 01-04-92 14-04-92 31-12-91Y 27-11-06 18-06-97 17-01-06 31-01-94M 09-03-01 31-08-93M 06-09-95 16-06-92 31-12-02Y 04-04-01 27-09-02

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Ngesimani, Mbuzeli B Ngidi, Bekisizwe Philip Ngobese , Jabu Marines Ngoma, Joseph Ngomane, Albert Gabriel Ngomane, Samson Ngomani, Gideon Ngotsha, Andile Arthur Ngotshane, Ofikile E Ngoyi, Zamunzi Ngqandu, Mtutuzeli Bottoman Ngqeza, Mongezi Ngqungwana , Lizo Ngubane, Olphert Ngubo, Stanford Nguna, Andile N Ngwahla, Sibongile Ngwane, Thembinkosi Ngwata, Pumla Ngwatyu, Phumzile Ngwenya , Peter Paul Sibusiso Ngwenya, Raymond Ngxukama , Michael Nhlanhlane , Jeremiah Nhlapo, Abraham Nhlapo, Christian Nhiebeya , Aaron Thrico Nhleko , Simon Njanya, Sinaki Nkabinde , Bonise Raymond Nkaota , Mosa Nkata , Fukama Nkatshele , Velile Ephraim Nkohla , Simiso C Nkoko , Harmans Nkona , Nosi Nkopodi , Daniel Nkosi , Andrew Vusi Nkosi , Edmund Sipho Nkosi, Herod Nkosi , Kenneth Nkosi , Moses Jabulani Nkosi , Thombinkosi Patrick Nkukwana , Xolile Nkuna , Elliot Malindana Nkuna , Elmon Nobathana , Bonakele

J

Mur Mur Trea Ter Mur Mur Ter Mur Bop Trea , Ter PV Mur Unknown Ter

17 yrs 10 yrs 15 yrs 25 yrs 9 yrs 9 yrs 12 yrs 12 yrs 2-18 yrs 12 yrs Death Unknown Life 4 yrs 18 yrs 7 yrs 10 yrs Unknown 12 yrs 5 yrs 15 yrs 15 yrs 5 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 2-18 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 1 yr 8 yrs 8 yrs 18 yrs 2-18 yrs 18 yrs 6 yrs 15 yrs 10 yrs 6 yrs 10 yrs Unknown 10 yrs 5 yrs 16 yrs 23 yrs 20 yrs 4 yrs Unknown

PV Mur PV Mur, PV Mur Mur, PV Culp Hom Trea Mur

PV

PV Subv Bop Trea , Ter Mur Unknown Mur, PV Ter Mur Mur Bop Trea , Ter Mur Mur, PV Mur , Att Mur Ter PV Ter Unknown Pos arm PV , Arson Ter Mur Mur Mur

PV

53

28-09-87 01-05-87M 27-05-85 12-08-87 07-09-88 07-09-88 06-07-90 03-10-86 01-12-89 01-06-90R 09-11-87 01-06-9OR 12-08-87 01-06-87M 22-08-88 24-09-86 29-11-90 01-06-90R 24-11-87 20-10-89 26-09-86 25-11-87 03-09-86 01-06-90R 27-09-85 01-12-89 13-09-88 01-06-90R 29-11-90 13-12-85 20-09-89 22-07-88 01-12-89 01-09-87M 28-11-88 01-09-89M 31-10-88 04-04-86 15-09-86 01-06-90R 01-11-87M 24-11-88 30-03-88 06-06-89 01-03-88M 01-09-88M 01-06-90R

EXPECTED RELEASE 27-09-04 31-05-97M 26-05-00 11-08-12 06-09-97 06-09.97 05-07-02 02-10-98

31-12-98Y 30-06-91M 21-08-06 23-09-93 28-11-00 31-12-99Y 23-11-99 19-10-94 25-09-01 24-11-02 02-09-91 31-12-93Y 26-09-91 12-09-95 28-11-91 12-12-93 19-09-97 21-07-06 30-09-05M 27.11.94 30-09-04M 30-10-98 03-04-92 14-09-96 30-11-97M 23-11.93 29-03-04 05-06-12 31-03-08M 30-09-92M

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Nogampula , Sithembiso Nogemane, Luyandi Nogilano, Petiti Nogqala, Jololo Nogqala, Sidwell M Nokhatywa, Danisile Nomkhala , Ncamile B Nomnganga, Bonile Nomnganga , Dilizintaba L Nompondwana , Enoch Nondlazi , Kholisile Nondula , Mzondeleli Euclid Nongena, Walter Mvuleni Nontshinga , Samuel Noti, Mabhongo John Notwala, X Noyi, Mongameli Ngongqwana , Singilisiwe Ntabeni, Jongile Ntame, Vuyisile M Ntamo, Vusumzi Ntantiso, Mxolisi Ntingashe, William H Ntlantsana , Z. Ntobeko, Justice Ntombela, William Mzazile Nishidu , Monwabisi Ntshontsho , Sidindi S Ntsihlele , Malefetsane Nisikilelo , k Nisoeng . Daniel Niyete, Headman Ntyefe, Nicholas Nxele , Musa Nxumalo, Gayo Jabulani Walter Nxumalo, Timothy Muntu Nyaqela, Nombuzo Nyuka, Ronnie Nyushu, Monde Nzama , Christopher Nzama , Sifiso Nzama , Zamo Nzimande , Eunice Nzo , Rutus Nato Olyn, Andries Ose , Zola Oumpie , Oliver

Unknown 5 yrs 1 yr

Unknown PV Mur, PV PV

01-06-90R 01-07-87M 29.11.90 01-08-87M 01-06-90R 01-12-89M 01-06-90R 24-09-87 28-11-88 26-05-89 01-06-90R 04-05-88 18-02-88 01-06-90R 30-06-89 01-04-89M 01-06-90R 31-08-89 01-06-90R 01-09-87M 15-08-88 24-01-90 01-06-90R 22-02-89

J

10 yrs

PV

5 yrs

Ter Unknown Mur Mur, PV Mur, Att Mur

9 yrs Unknown 10 yrs

20 yrs 8 yrs Unknown Death 9 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 4 yrs 4 yrs 10 yrs 14 yrs 14 yrs 12 yrs 9-12 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs Unknown 25 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 10 yrs Unknown 7 yrs Unknown 20 yrs 22 yrs 4 yrs 5 yrs 18 yrs 5 yrs 10 yrs 8 yrs 2 yrs 25 yrs 1 yr 10 yrs Unknown

Unknown Mur Ter

PV Mur Mur PV Att Mur ,Pos arm Mur Mur Mur Mur, Culp Hom PV PV Unknown Mur, Att Mur PV Unknown Unknown Unknown Ter Unknown PV Unknown Alt Mur Ter Mur Mur • Mur Ter Arson Rob , Mur Mur Trea PV Mur Unknown

54

01-06-90R 12-11-87 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-06-90R 25-01-91R 04-08-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 03-06-88 30-11-78 19-10-88 23-09-86 01-05-89M 01-12-87M 01-12-86M 20-09-90 10-04-90 06-12-84 20-07-90 24-09-87 01-06-90R

EXPECTED

RELEASE 31-07.92M 28-11-91 31-08-97M 31-12-98M 31-12-977 23-09-97 27-11-08 25-05-97

17-02-97 29-06-95 30-04-93M 30-08-99 30-09-01M 14-08-00

21-02-94 31-12-98Y 11-11-12 31-12-97Y 31-12-91Y 03-08-98

02-06-08 29-11-00 18-10-92 22-09-91 31-05-07M 31-12-92M 31-12-96M 19-09-98 09-04-92 05-12-09 19-07.91 23-09-97 31-12-93Y

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED RELEASE

Pakana , Sipho Pakati , Lungisile Paliso , Melvin Pasha , Raymond Patel , Yusut Pedro , Nicklo Louis Pela , Maxwell Pellem , Zakuthini Pepeta, Wesley M Petane , Mxolisi Edward Peter , Loyisa Peter, Monde Peter, Mzukisi Peterson , Ben Petros , Lunga Petros , Lunga B Phage , John Phakathi , Simon K Phakoe , Solly N Phasha , Ebison M Phasha , Elias Phedi , Kgoloko Phewa , Bhekani W Phikwane , Themba Jack Phillip, Monde Phiri , Attazaxes Phiri , Daniel V Phiri, Douglas Phiri , Segopotso John Phiri , Timothy Phori , Joseph Pienaar , Andre Etienne Pilane , John Pitse , David Plaatjie, Sindiswa Poho , Elias Khetha Polo , Matanase Pompa, Enoch Pongolo , Mziwabantu Potsane , Neo Griffith Poyana , Vindcile Pule , Patrick Barry Pule , Robert Qatana , Samuel Qege , Bhotwe Qhalo , Ntsikelelo Qhezengele , M

10 yrs 4 yrs 8 yrs 15 yrs 5 yrs 14 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 17 yrs 6 yrs 10 yrs Unknown Unknown 12 yrs 12 yrs 14 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 10 yrs 7 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 7 yrs 15 yrs 3 yrs Unknown

Att Mur, Assit PV PV Pos arm Ter ISA Culp Hom PV PV Ter Trea Att Mur PV Unknown Mur Mur Mur PV PV Pos arm Mur , Intim Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Ter PV Culp Hom Unknown PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV Spy Unknown Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Ter PV PV PV Mur , Att Mur PV Pos Expl Bop Trea , Ter Mur , PV Ter PV Mur

01-01-89Y 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 23-01-91 31-10-88 14-12-88 13-07-88 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 10-12-87 01-10-87M 22-10-87 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 02-02-87 06-06-89 01-09-87M 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-10-90M 01-02-90M 01-12-89 01-06-90R 19-09-88 01-06-90R 10-08-89 01-06-90R 21-01-91 01-12-89 01-12-89 21-03-86 01-05-87M 20-03-91R 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-06-86M 01-01-86M 27-04-89 01-06-90R 30-06-89 01-12-89 01-08-89M 01-11-86M 01-08-86 01-05-89M

31-12-99Y

1 уг бm 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 6 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown 7 yrs

6 yıs

25 yrs 6 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 12 yrs 12 yrs 5 yrs 12 yrs

55

22-01-06 30-10-93 13-12-02 12-07-93

09-12-04 31-10-93M 21-10-97 31-01-94M 01-02-99 05-06-01 30-09-01M 31-01-08M 31-10-OOM 31-08-97M

18-09-95 09-08-92 20-07.92

20-03-92 31-05-94M

30-06-93M 31-01.92M 26-04-14 29-06-97 31-08-01M 30-11-98M 31-07-91 31-05-01M

NAME

Qhuza , Mbuyiseli Qona , Crosby N Qona , Thembinkosi Qulu , Mabuya Hamilton Qumza , Mthunzi Bereng Racoco , Pascalice Radebe , Gabriel B Radebe , Koekoe Ramakhoase , Charles Ramakoa , Petrus A Ramashamola , Theresa Ramba , Mzwandile Butsi Ramesega , s Ramlakan , Dr Vejaynand Rammekwa , Pieter Oupakie Ranku , Doctor Michael Rantekoa , Jerry Ranthete, Godfrey Thabiso Rantla, Daniel Rapoo , Marcus Rasaye , Zolami Rasello , Solomon Rasmeni , Ncamile Rathebe , Daniel Ratone , Elias Ratoo , Mzwandile Rawula , Pumzile P Retsha , Albert Reuben , Rikhotso , Mtemana Robertson , lan Rohan , Mohamed Rafiq Roji, Honey Rolane , Madoda Rulashe , Patrick Rululu , Bonisile Runeli , Ndikho Rwaibana , Cloetie V Sabelo , Bethwell Sadike , Mxolisi Chris Salie , Michael Sam , Xolile Michael Sawuli, Mandla Schola , Johannes Seabi , Zachariah Sebatlelo , Azael Sebe , Mtutuzeli

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

15 yrs 10 yrs 4 yrs 12 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 4 yrs 20 yrs 5 yrs 18 yrs Death 2 yrs 12 yrs 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 2 yrs 6m 2 yrs 6m 2-18 yrs 16 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 2-18 yrs 12 yrs Unknown Unknown 4-5 yrs Death 8 yrs 20 yrs 15 yrs 6 yrs Death

Mur Mur Mur Mur

20-08-87 24-09-87 02-06-89 19-04-88 02-11-87 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-02-88M 01-08-88M 01-08-86M 13-12-85 18-05-89 06-08-90 27-04-87 01-10-89M 01-12-89 01-02-90M 07-05-90 20-09-89 01-12-89 04-11-86 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-12-89 28-07-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 06-06-89 01-11-87M 10-03-89 10-11-89 09-04-90 08-02-90 27-05-81 01-07-86 14-10-88 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 22-08-88 30-05-86 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 24-01-90 11-10-88 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-06-90R

ISA Bop Trea , Ter Unknown Mur Mur, PV Mur Subv, Mur Mur PV ISA Ter Bop Trea , Ter Mur, Intim PV Mur Bop Trea , Ter Mur Bop Trea , Ter PV Bop Trea , Ter Mur, Att Mur PV Mur Mur Unknown Mur Ter Sab Mur Mur, Mal Dam PV Culp Hom PV PV Mur Rob Unknown

5 yrs 4 yrs 8 yrs Unknown 18 yrs 5 yrs Unknown Unknown 9-12 yrs 15 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs

PV Mur , Culp Hom Mur, Att Mur Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea , Ter PV

56

EXPECTED

RELEASE 19-08-02 23-09.97 01-06-93 18-04-00 01-11-95

28-02-92M 31-08-08M 31-08-91M 12-12-03 05-08-92 26-04-02 31-10-97M 28-02-95M 06-11-92 19-03-92 03-11-02

27-07-00

09-03-97 09-11-09 08-04-05 07-02-96 01-07-91 13-10-92 28-02-95M 21-08-06 29-05-91

10-10-03

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

EXPECTED RELEASE

Sebopela , Abram Sebusi , Zanele L Selatsa , Mojalela Reginald Seheri , Oupa Alex Sehlapelo , Martin Sekhu , Vincent Sekiya, Jeffrey Sekonyane , Thapelo E Seleke , Abram Selekoe , Lawrence Tumelo Seneli , Simon Seoke , William Seokolo , Thomas September, Ndoyisile Morri Serape, Christopher Seroke , Jaki Setlaba , Paul Teto Setlhapela, Johannes Mohurutshe Setoga , Johannes Seyoko , Magxix E Shabangu , Bongani S Shabangu , Cyril Shabangu , Johannes Shabangu , Petros Sheehama , Leonard Shoanane , Bashi Bernard Shongwe , Alfred Shongwe , Jeremiah Shongwe , Linda E Sibanyoni . Follow A Sibeko , Gideon Sibisi , Bongisi Sibisi , Manas Sibiya, Sandile Siboza , Charles B Siboza , Sipho Siboza , Sylvester Sibozo , Phillip Sibutha , Gertrude Noxolo Sigonyela , Andile A Sigonyela , Archie Sigxashe , Mongameli Sihawli , Mputumi Sihawu , Montumi Sikhakane , Gumaina Sikhosana , Richard N Silvano, Patrick

7 yrs Unknown 20 yrs Death 5 yrs 2-18 yrs 6 yrs 9 yrs 2-18 yrs 12 yrs 2 yrs 6m 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 18 yrs 2-18 yrs 10 yrs 20 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs Unknown 9 yrs 8 yrs Life Unknown Death

Ter Unknown Subv , Mur Mur Ter Bop Trea , Ter Mur Ter Bop Trea , Ter Ter PV Bop Trea , Ter Bop Trea, Ter

03-04-88 01-06-90R 13-12-85 03-02-89 25-08-89 01-12-89 01-06-90R 15-06-88 01-12-89 01-11-89M 28-03-90 01-12-89 01-12-89 22-05-89 01-12-89 09-12-88 12-12-86 24-06-88 28-07-88 01-06-9OR 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 19-08-81 01-06-90R 21-04-89 01-12-89 01-03-91R 11-10-88 01-09-87M 01-06-90R 01-03-89 10-03-89 06-08-85 20-09-90 01-06-90R 03-04.88 01-03-88M 01-06-90R 13-06-89 01-01-82M 17-03-86 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 10-04-90 01-06-SOR 01-10-85M

02-04.95

Mur Bop Trea , Ter Ter Mur , PV ISA Mur, Att Mur Unknown PV PV Trea Unknown Mur Bop Trea , Ter Mur Mur, Att Mur Mur PV Mur Mur Mur, Mal Dam Rob , Mur Mur Ter Ter Unknown Mur Mur Mur, PV

2-18 yrs 20 yrs 11 yrs 15 yrs Unknown 6 yrs 8 yrs 7 yrs 1 yr Unknown 7 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 2 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs Unknown Unknown 5 yrs 2 yrs Unknown 6 yrs

PV PV PV Mur Unknown Arson

57

12-12-05 24-08-94

14-06-97 30-11-01M 27.09-92

21-05-07 08-12-98 11-12-06 23-06-98 27-07-98 31-10-OOM

10-10-99 30-09-02M 31-01-92M 28-02-95 09-03-97 05-08-92 19-09-91 31-01-96M 02-04-95 31-03-95M 12-06-91 31-01.92M 16-03-96

09-04-92 31-01-99M 31-10-91M

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Simama , Mzimkulu Simelane , Johannes Sinam , Nene Eric Sinayida, Bonakele Sindane , Sibusiso Sindane , Vusumuzi L Sisele . Gordon Zolile Sithole, Eric Sithole , Gaonyadiwe Sithole, Mtunzi Basil Thabane Sithole, Themba Siyoko, Lolile Siyoko, Magi Siyoko, Patise P Skali , Phumgile Skhakhane , Innocent Skhosana , Niela Skosana , Audrey Skosana , George Skosana , John Skosana , Moses O Skweyiya, Khaya Smith, Eric Smith, Robert Smuts, Eric Snyders, Bonakele Sobekwa , Mkokeli Sobikwa , Clement Sobota , Johannes Sogcwayi , Loyiso M Sokiya, Mxolisi Solani , Whitey Solo , Nhunhu Andile Solomon , Thembisile Solomons , Ernest Somanqu, Mncedisi Somi , Vivian Sonaba , Mzonke Sonamzi , Bennet Sosibo , Thandinkosi P Soyiyo, Thembeni Sparg, Marion Standers , Frank Standers , Khonzaphi Stemele , Mbulelo Victor Stephens , Graham Stokwe , Ndumiso

Mur Bop Trea , Ter PV

14 yrs 2-18 yrs Unknown 3 yrs Death 17 yrs 10 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs 9 yrs Unknown 5 yrs 18yrs 5 yrs 7 yrs 7 yrs 12 yrs 5 yrs 20 yrs 3 yrs 8 yrs 15 yrs 20 yrs 18 yrs yr 6m

Mur Mur Ter Arson Mur , PV Bop Trea , Ter Ter PV PV Mur Mur PV Mur, Att Mur Ter Mur, Arson Mur Alt Mur PV Trea PV Mur Pos Expl Culp Hom Mur, Culp Hom Att Mur Mur PV Mur Att Mur , Arson Arson PV PV Unknown Att Mur PV Mur

5 yrs 9-12 yrs 10 yrs 15 yrs 7 yrs 13 yrs 8 yrs 15 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown 8 yrs 5 yrs 12-18 yrs 15 yrs 18 yrs 25 yrs 14 yrs 14 yrs 5 yrs 4 yrs 4 yrs

Unknown Mur Trea, Arson Mur Mur PV PV

PV

58

08-08-86 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-06-9OR 01-05-88 08-05-87 01-06-90R 29-11-90 01-12-89 30-03-88 01-06-90R 16-06-86 18-01-88 01-06-86M 01-11-85M 11.10-88 27-01-89 01-05-88M 01-06-87M 18-07-88 01-01-88M 19-05-83 01-06-90R 01-05-86M 28-10-90 30-10-86 24-01-90 26-02-90 01-10-88M 01-12-87M 08-01-87 07-11-88 01-01-79M 01.06-90R 01-06-90M 01-06-90R 22-10-87 26-01-87 18-01-88 01-06-90R 01-09-87M 06-11-86 01-09-88M 01-09-88M 07-01-87 01-04-87M 01-06-90M

EXPECTED RELEASE 07-08-00

07-05-04 28-11-00 29-03-97 15-06-91 17-01-06 30-06-91M 30-11-92M 10-10-95 26-01-01 31-05-93M 30-06-07M 17-07-91 31-01.96M 18-05-98 31-05-04M 27.04.92 29.10-91 25-02-00 31-10-03M 31-12-94M 07-01-00 06-11-96 31-01-94M 31-07-92M 28-02-94M 21-10-95 25-01-92

30-09-05M 05-11-11 30-09-02M 30-09-02M 06-01-92 30-04.91M

NAME

SENTENCE

Swarts , Joseph M Tabata , Mzwanele Tana , Zalisile George Tau , Hlolile Benjamin Tenyane , Joshua Tetyana, Andile Thabethe , Jacob Thabethe , Samuel M Thabethe , Siphiwe Thebane , Frank Thlapane , Charles Thole , Fikile Tholf , Fumanekile Thoma , Sidney Thunya, Christian Tiro , Donald Tiyo, L. Tiyo, Thozamile Tlale , Sello Tlhapane , Bafana Tihapi , Frederick Toku , Thozamile Tokwe , Mathews Tole , Fumanekile Tonisi , Tonono Tontsi , Lulamile Toto , Siphiwo Tsana , Gibeon Tsatsi , Onkarabile Tsawane , Josiah Tshabalala , Kenny Tshabalala , Ramokhoase CM Tshabalala , Timothy Tshangana , Aaron Tsheng , Tebogo Tshenkeng . Irvin Olebile Tshibo , Mthunzi Tshibo , Patrick Tshika , Thuso Tshikila , Xolisile Tshitshana , Lekhotla Tshwao , Peter Tsolo , Moses M Tsotetsi , Andile Michael Tsotetsi , Morena Tsotsobe , Anthony Bobby Tuang , Abel

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CONVICTION

DATE

EXPECTED

SENTENCED

RELEASE

Arson PV Mur Trea Bop Trea , Ter Arson Unknown Mur Mur

01-06-90R 01-06-90R 08-01-87 20-11-80 01-12-89 24-07-86 01-01-82Y 01-01-78Y 01-02-88M

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23-04-86 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 01-06-90R 03-10-86 01-12-89 01-01-88Y 16-11-88 03-10-86

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6 yrs 26 yrs 2-18 yrs 14 yrs 5 yrs 7 yrs Unknown 19 yrs 1 yr 8 yrs 2-18 yrs 12 yrs 5 yrs Unknown 15 yrs 15 yrs 2-18 yrs 2-18 yrs 13 yrs 10 yrs 15 yrs 10 yrs 12 yrs 2-18 yrs 5 yrs 10 yrs 2-18 yrs Life 8 yrs

PV

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01-06-SOR 01-12-89 27-05-81 03-09-86 01-07-87M 01-06-90R 01-08-86M 29-11-90 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-09-86M 01-03-89 01-06-90R 25-11-87 28-06-83 01-12-89 01-12-89 01-06-90R 01-04-86M 30-03-88 01-09-87M 01-06-90R 01-12-89 01-06-90R 23-09-86 01-12-89 19-08-81 26-11-87

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30-09-98M 28-02-94 24-11-02 27-06-98

30-04-96M 29-03-03 30-09-97M

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01-01-86M 01-03-87M 01-10-89M 01-05-86M 01-12-89 06-03-88 01-06-90R 24-06-87 01-04-89M 01-06-90R 13-03-87

31-01-92M 31-03-93M 31-10-97M 31-05-93M

01-05-88M 01-06-90R 23-03-87 06-12-84 26-05-89 06-07-85 08-08-86 08-08-86 20-08-86 12-12-86 24-06-87 16-09-87 01-06-86 01-08-86 01-08-86 01-03-90M 01-08-86 06-02-86 01-05-88M 23-03-87 24-11-87 27-01-89 05-04-89 01-11-89M 14-02-90 01-07-86 13-07-88 06-06-89 06-06-89 09-06-86 23-03-87 01-01-86Y 11-06-87 19-05-89 01-06-90R 01-08-86

05-03-93 30-06-97M 23-06-97 30-04-04M 12-03-05 31-05-93M 22-03-99 05-12-09 05-07-93 07-08-96 07-08-98 19-08-98 11-12-03 23-06-95 15-09-04

30-09-92M 05-02-93 31-05-93M 22-03-05 23-11-92 26-01.97 04-04-95 30-11-95M 13-02-01 12-07-93 05-06-92 05-06-94 08-06-91 22-03-93 31-12-91Y 10-06-02 18-05-91 31-07-00

NAME

SENTENCE

CONVICTION

DATE SENTENCED

Veiwer , John Veto , Patrick Zondi Vilakazi , Joseph M Viwe , Mbuyiseli R Vutuza , Sandile Wabana , Noel M Wabani , Mzologi Wana , Lundi Watermeyer , Abednego Webster , Gordon Westcott , Susan Catherine Williams , David Williams , Mkeli Sabelo Williams , Mnikeli Williams , Msokoli Williams , Raymond M Williams , Xolile Willie , Msokili Alfred Witbooi , Clan Wonci , Similo Lennox Wonga , July Xabendlini , Zuko Xesha , Mzwandile Xhalabile , Ernest Xhame , Zolile Xola , Tembisile Yebe , Richard Yengani , Ndumiso Yona , Xolile Zaku , Winky Zama , Linda P Zama , Ndods Zamxaka , Aubrey Monele Zanqga , Mzwabantu Zathu , John Zenana , Leonard Zeyo, Abraham Ziqubu, Vusumuzi Zmxaka , Monele A Zomba , Mpoza V Zondo , Winnie Zono , Kolamile Zulu , Clement D Zulu, Lucky Zulu , Mabatu Enoch Zuzani , Soyiso

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Zwane , Charles Bongani

PV PV

5 yrs

5 yrs 18 yrs 7 yrs 3 yrs 6m 7 yrs 7 yrs 1 yr 8m 16 yrs 25 yrs 18 yrs 10 yrs 12 yrs Unknown Unknown Unknown 10 yrs 25 yrs 7 yrs 25 yrs Unknown Death 2 yrs 6m Unknown Unknown 14 yrs 5 yrs Unknown Death 23 yrs 15 yrs 9 yrs 18 yrs 19 yrs 8 yrs 5 yrs Death 5 yrs 18 yrs Unknown Unknown 10 yrs 7 yrs 15 yrs 10 yrs 23 yrs Death

Mur, Att Mur PV Mur , PV Ter ISA Mur Mur, PV Ter , Mur Ter Sab Ter Unknown Unknown Mur Mur Mur

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EXPECTED RELEASE 30-06-91M 26-09-08 30-06-92M 23-05.91 31-07.96M 31-07-96M 20-07-91 31-08-05M 01-05-13 09-11-07 31-07.96 10-03-00 31-01-99M

31-12-97M 18-10-13 30-11-93M 07-01-12

27-09-92 30-04-92M 11-08-99 17-01-93

22-03-05 28-02-94M 15-06-91 31-01-95M 31-01-04M 31-01-96M 28-11-00 02-04-95 30-10-98 05-06-12

NAME

Zwane , George Zwane , James Temba Zwane , Theodore Vuzimusi Bigboy

SENTENCE 5 yrs

CONVICTION

Unknown PV , Arson Ter

3 yrs 12 yrs

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DATE SENTENCED

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22-09-86 24-11-88 17-08-87

21-09-91 23-11-91 16-08-99

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TYPE & DATE OF RELEASE R 15-12-90 R 17-11-90 R 09-06-90 R 31-01-91M R 31-01-91M R 03-09-90 ‫ ת‬21-03-90 ‫ ת‬15-12-90 R ‫ ת‬11-09-90 R ‫ ת‬20-03-90 R R 19-03-90 R 10-12-90 17-08-90 A Q 31-10-90M R 16-10-90R R 22-02.90 Q 17-11-90 R 09-06-90 D 15-12-90 D 11-12-90 R D 21-03-90 D 15-12-90 D 15-12-90 D R 21-02-91 D 11-09-90 D R 15-12-90 D 21-02-91 D 02-04-90 D 16-10-90R D R 12-02-90 D 22-12.90 D R 12-11-90 D R 09-06-90 D 14-03-90 D 07-02-90 R 22-03-91 R 10-12.90 R 12-11-90 R 22-03-91 R 09-06-90 R 22-03-90 R 22-03-91 ‫ת‬ R 22-03-91 ‫ת‬ R 13-12-90 ‫ת‬ 12-12-90 R 12-11-90 09-06-90 R 30-03-90 R 31-12-90Y Q 31-12-90R R 19-03-91 R 14-02-90 DO R 20-06-90 DO

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