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Banned/Banished Persons List

 


Abraham, Eric Anthony: Wynberg. UCT graduate who had worked as a correspondent for the South African News Agency. The banning order set him under house arrest, where unknown persons continuously harassed him. The incidents included threatening phone calls. He hired a personal bodyguard for protection. In January 1977 he fled to Botswana where he was given emergency travel documents to travel to England.

Abrahams, Elizabeth: Paarl. October 1964. 44 Heritage Street, Paarl. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. She was Secretary of the Food and Canning Workers Union from 1963. Abrahams was banned for 5 years from attending gatherings and prohibited from entering African locations or taking part in any trade union work or entering any Trade Union office.

Aderem, Alan Arnold: House arrest: 7pm – 6am. Visitors: mother, medical practitioner. Postgraduate chemistry student of UCT, working as a voluntary social worker among the squatters in Cape Town. His banning order specifically prohibited him from entering any educational institution, any habour or any Black township.

Adler, David: Restricted to Johannesburg. Executive member and trustee of SACHED, an organization established in 1968 with the aim of raising educational standards and opportunities for Africans. Founder and director of Turret College, a correspondence educational organization catering mostly for Black students.

Albertyn, Christopher James: Restricted to Durban. Honors graduate at the University of the Witwatersrand. Secretary of the Textile Workers Industrial Union, Durban; he was one of those banned in November 1976 along with 22 people involved Black trade unions, or research on Black labour, or organizations offering advice and training to Black workers. The organizations affected: Urban training project (UTP); Industrial Aid Society (IAS); Institution of Industrial Education (IIE); Wages Commission and Western Province Workers Advice Bureau; Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council (TUACC).

Alexander, Dr. Neville Edward: Restricted to Cape Town. Graduate of UCT; Awarded the Alexander von Humbolt Bursary to study in West Germany where he obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy. On his return he took a teaching post in Cape Town, was arrested in July 1963, convicted on sabotage charges in April 1964 as a member of an organization associated with UMSA; sentenced to 10 years which he served on Robben Island; 5 days before his release, he was served with a banning order for 5 years; applied to the Supreme Court for the reasons for his banning on the grounds that it had been impossible for him to “further the aims of Communism” (as alleged by the Minister of Justice) in a prison cell; the court ordered the Minister to disclose the details of the nature of the documents that he relied on in his banning Dr. Alexander; the Minister appealed against his ruling to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court which upheld his appeal; Alexander then worked as a clerk in a Supermarket.

Biko, Steven Bantubonke: Durban

Botha, Thozamile: Port Elizabeth.

Mandela, Nelson: Johannesburg. Former President of ANC and President of the Youth League.

Mandela, Nomzamo Winnie: Restricted to Brandfort, Orange Free State. Social worker, detained in 1958 while pregnant, for participating in a demonstration against passes for African women; banned in 1963, 1965 and 1966; confined to Orlando and obliged to give up her job with the Child Welfare Society; charged twice in 1967 with breaking her ban and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment, all but 4 days suspended; detained under the terrorism Act in 1969; twice tried and twice acquitted after 15 months in detention; banned and partially house arrested after second acquittal; frequently harassed by Security Police; sentenced in March 1971 to 12 months imprisonment for communicating with another banned person; sentenced in 1974 but reduced to 6 months on appeal; ban expired in September 1975; became leading member of the Soweto Black Parent’s Association after June 16, 1976; detained in terms of the Internal security Act in October 1976 to December 1976; banned again on her release; restricted to Orlando; in May 1977 she was restricted to Brandtfort Location, 30 miles from Bloemfontein where her house had no electricity or sanitation; confined to the house from dawn to dusk and at weekends; she lost her salary and had no prospects for employment; the Security police continued to harass her daily; in August 1977, she was again charged with breaking her ban by receiving visitors from Brandfort and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment suspended for 4 years; 4 other women were sentenced to short jail terms for refusing to answer questions about visiting her.

Mangena, Musibudi Aaron: Umlazi.

Mangope Simon: Krugersdorp.

Maumakwe, Boiki Isaac; alias Moumakoe: Johannesburg. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Mavuso, John Jolane. 480 Senoane Location, Johannesburg. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Malawal, Ramgobin: Durban.

Mawini, Jackson alias Gcazimbana: King Williamstown.

Maxajana, William: alias Max Thomas. March 1965. 357 Phelindanaba Bantu Township, Qamata: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mayedo, Mbebe Henry alias Mayedwa: King Williamstown.

Mayedwa, Joseph: Port Elizabeth.

Mayekiso, Caleb: October 1968. Port Elizabeth. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Mayekiso, Maxwell: Restricted to Dwashu, Middledrift in the Cape. Charged in Pretoria with James Chirwa and 5 others with leaving SA without valid documents and undergoing military training to further the aims of the ANC; sentenced in March 1963 to 2 years imprisonment; under the new legislation enacted during the year, he was re-sentenced in October to 20 years imprisonment; reduced on appeal to 12 years (see Makalima); banned on his release.

Mayet, Juby: Journalist for “The Voice” newspaper.

Mayet, Zubeida: January 1979. Lenasia. Banned under the Internal Security Act.

Mayoli, Josiah: April 1969. 24 Lamis Street. New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 yeas under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mayson, Cedric Radcliffe: restricted to Johannesburg. Editor of the CI journal, Pro Veritate; banned at the same time as Beyers Naude and others; former Methodist minister; Detained in December 1976 for a short period.

Mazibuko, Thandiswa Mphiwa: November 1968.Soweto. Member of the Committee of Ten. Detained and released after 1 year; served with a banning order.

Mbodla, Hargreaves: Banished in 1961 from Pondoland. Served a gaol sentence for political offences during the 1960 Pondoland Emergency. He lost his appeal against his conviction and was sent to Driefontein Trust Farm after serving. Served another jail sentence during his banishment. The order for his banishment was signed before he was convicted and served on him a few weeks after his release. He was returned to Frenchdale whence he was banished and continued his second banishment order there. No employment; family remained at home.

Mdzanga, Rita: August 1964. 16 Senoane, Soweto, Johannesburg. President of the S.A.R & H.W.U.

Meer, Fatima: restricted to Durban. Distinguished sociologist and lecturer at the University of Natal; banned in the 1950s, accused in the Treason trial 1956-61 and acquitted; President of the Black Women’s federation; again banned in 1976 for 5 years; restricted to the magisterial area of Durban, but allowed to continue lecturing; detained under the Internal Security Act from August to December1976; refused passport preventing her from taking an invitation to lecturer in Britain; In December 1977, her home was subjected to gunshots and arson attacks; Could not be quoted in any publication and from publishing anything. In April 1978, she was charged together with Bobby Marie for contravening a banning order by attending a dinner party.

Meer, Rashid: Durban. Son of Fatima Meer, also banned. Fine Arts student at the University of Durban-Westville. Detained in terms of the Internal Security Act form August to December 1976; subsequently banned; In May 1977, the Minister of Indian Affairs refused him permission to continue his studies in Fine Arts at UCT after he had been refused re-admission to the Durban University by the University Council. He subsequently fled the country and was reported to be studying at the University of Sussex in England. Exile.

Meidlinger, Dr. Joseph Graham: November 1961. Member of the Durban branch of the Congress of Democrats. Banned for 5 years.

Mekgoe, Dan: February East London. Banned for 2 years from attending gatherings.

Mekutu, Herbert: Detained during the 1960 State of Emergency. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. Forbidden from entering any factory or educational premises. To report at the local police station once a week.

Memani, Montsomi Grace: November 1967. 84 Connacher Street, New Brighton. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Metele, Toto Alfred: Banned for 3 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Metha, Thakorprasat Chotalal: February 1965. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Metshane, Peter Norman alias Maxim: Restricted to Bafokeng, Western Transvaal. Charged in Pretoria in 1965 with leaving SA illegally and under going military training, which State alleged could be used in used in furthering the aims of the ANC; In September 1965, sentenced to 10 years imprisonment under the Suppression of Communism Act; banned on his release.

Mfaxa, Elliot: October: Former Secretary of ANC, Stutterheim branch. Sentenced to 9 months for contravening the condition of his banning order under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mfazwe, Enoch: December 1966. Shilo Location, Whittlesea. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mfembe, Jack: Banished from Cape Town to St. Marks District of Transkei.

Fethi, Phindile: Restricted to Germiston, Transvaal. In mid-1980s, banished to Transkei. Former Trade Unionist with the National Union of Textile Workers and Secretary of IAS; detained from 10 May 1976 to 16 May 1977 in terms of the Terrorism Act. After his release, he was immediately served with a banning order and house arrest order restricting him to his house between 6pm and 6am. His banning after a full year in detention was widely condemned. On 25 July, he was deported to Butterworth in the Transkei; his wife, 2 children and a nephew, none of whom were banned, were also deported. The Transkei government was reported to have co-operated in the implementation of his deportation.

Mhlakela, Tshokolo: King Williamstown.

Mhlambiso, Thamsanqa Winard alias Mhlongo: Banned while abroad. Could not be quoted in South Africa.

Mhlongo, Stonki Duncan: Umlazi. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Miya, Chief Vuna: Banished from Bergville, Natal after being deposed, in 1954. He was employed on a Trust Farm Cloe in the Pietersburg district. He was in poor health and has been hospitalized on a few occasions. When his mother and one of his daughters died, he was refused permission to go home for their funerals. He earned about R10.77 per month as a labourer, having started on R4.00 per month. The heat has left him in ill health and he had to have an operation, bearing the expense himself. He had two wives and four children whom he supported at home. He opposed the Bantu Administration system. Amnesty group, friends and Saffron Walden sent money occasionally and Christmas parcels. Refused permission to attend his mother’s funeral.

Mjekula, Nickle: June 1966. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mjiza, Mathews Samuel: June 1982. Banned for 2 years under the Internal Security Act.

Mkameli, Acting Headman Kokwana: Banished on 2nd April 1955. Reasons for disposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu administration and Development: Certified as mentally abnormal.

Mkhabela, Ishmael: Soweto. Chairman of AZAPO. He was detained under the General Law Amendment Act of 1963.

Mkhatshwa, Mangaliso Patrick: Restricted to Pretoria under the Internal Security Act. Catholic priest working as Secretary to the SA Bishops Conference at the time of his banning and recently appointed secretary of the BPC department of Urban and rural development; detained from August to December 1976; on being banned, he was allocated a house in Mabopane East and subjected to 6pm-6am house arrest; detained under Internal Security Act form October 1977 to March 1978. In March he was granted permission to attend a conference in Lesotho of the Inter-Territorial Meeting of Bishops in Southern Africa of which he was General Secretary.

Mkhize, Florence Grace: June 1968. Cele Avenue, Lamontville. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Moeng, Sedume Patrick: August 1964. 3783 Zone 3 Diepkloof. Organizing Secretary of the Furniture Workers Union. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Moerane, Thuse Majalla: March 1966. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Mofokeng, Ramafokisi Matthews: July 1966. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mohapi, Mapetla Frank: January 1979. Zwelitsha. SASO Regional Secretary in the Eastern Cape. Detained in November 1974 and released in April 1975; in September he was banned and restricted to King Williamstown where he became Administrator of Zimele Trust Fund established to assist released political prisoners; on 15th July 1976, he was detained under the Terrorism Act and held in East London where he died on 5th August 1976. Banned under the Internal Security Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mohapi, Nobuhle Hillary: Banned for 5 years under the Internal security Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mokele, L.B.: General Secretary of Mooiplaas Squatters Association – Threatened in a letter of being named or listed if continued Communism participation.

Mokgoba, Stanley Mmutlanyana: Nebo, northern Transvaal. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Served a prison sentence on Robben Island for activities of the PAC.
Mokgoro, Monica Matshediso: Galeshewe Location, Kimberly. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mokoape, Dr. Maitshwe Nchaupe Aubrey: restricted to Durban. Founder member of the BPC and a doctor at the King Edward hospital in Durban at the time of his banning; detained in December 1974 and sentenced in December 1976 to 6 years imprisonment in a trial of 9 SASO and BPC members.

Mokoditoa, Madibeng Chris: Restricted to Johannesburg. Articled clerk, studying to become an attorney secretary of the University Christian Movement at the time of his ban in 1973; in 1975 he was sentenced to 1 year imprisonment, suspended for 3 years for failing to report to the police; detained in December 1976 under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mokoena, Dundubela Aubrey: November 1978. Soweto. Released from prison and served with a 5 year banning order. Former executive director of BCP.

Mokoena, Piet: Banished from Witzieshoek in 1954 to Frenchdale in the Northern Cape, almost on the border of Botswana and has spent 11 years in Frenchdale Trust Farm.

Mokone, Andrew: Johannesburg. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Molete, Richard: Banished in 1962 from Lichtenburg, Western Transvaal to the King Williamstown in the Cape Province. The case appears to be the result of a tribal dispute for land, rather than an opposition against government policies. This was a means sometimes used by chiefs for removing anyone seeming to be opposition. Was employed on a trust farm and earns about R7 per month. Family remained at home.

Molewa, Phetolo, Bernard: Johannesburg.

Molife, Isaac: Banished. Order suspended for a certain period of time.

Molife, Monica: Banished. Order suspended for a certain period of time.

Moloi, Caswell: Banished. Order suspended for a certain period of time.

Moloi, Khatliso Lazarus: March 1966. Charged for contravening the conditions of a banning order. Sentenced to 6 weeks, suspended for 3 years.

Molope Gift: June 1965. Benoni Secretary of African Textile Workers Union. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Monare, Matlagameng George: November 1964. Executive member of the Congress of South African Trade Unions. Forbidden to enter any township except his own living area.

Moni, Headman Nkobele: Banished 8th March 1955. Reasons furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of stock theft.

Montsomi, Memani Grace: Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Moodley, Mary: May 1963. 94 3rd Street, Coloured Section, Benoni. Leading figure in the Coloured People’s Congress (CPC) and the South African Women’s Federation; Organiser for the Food and Canning Workers Union; member of South African Congress of Trade Union; detained during the 1960 State of Emergency; banned in 1963; detained in 1964; charged with helping fugitives escape from South Africa and given a suspended sentence; her ban has been continuously in force from 1963, with the result that by 1977 she had served 14 years under restriction.

Moodely, Sumboornam (nee, Pillay): Research assistant to the BPC and a founder member of the Natal Theatre Council, which presented plays against apartheid, and wife of Strini Moodely.

Mooi, Headman Joshua: Banished on 31st January 1957. Reasons for disposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Allowed unauthorized persons to build kraals on the commonage, addicted to alcohol and was generally guilty of unsatisfactory conduct.

Mooketsi, Peter: June 1966. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Moonsamy Kisten: Restricted to Pinetown, Durban. Convicted with 18 others and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment in February 1964 for sabotage; banned on his release; member of the NIC.

Moosa, Ismail alias Salojee: March 1969. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mopeli, Chief Paulus: Banished in 1950 from Witzieshoek Reserve after serving a prison sentence fro refusing to cull cattle and repair fence in Witzieshoek. After some years in banishment, was moved to Frenchdale, 12 miles from the nearest store, and some 60 miles from Mafikeng. They were allowed to leave the camp and travel into Mafikeng if they walked 12 miles to catch the nearest bus. He refused to accept government allowance. He is old and frail and in poor health. Was given permission twice to return to his home in 1964 for urgent matters relating to family deaths but only for few days each time. Chief Mopeli died in this place of desolation.

Mopeli, Treaty: (wife of Chief Mopeli) Banished to Frenchdale in 1954 together with her husband.

Moremi, Ntsizi Elijah: Restricted to Sebokeng. Community worker with the CI; helped to form several welfare organizations; detained in October 1977 to March 1978 in terms of the Terrorism Act; released and immediately served with a banning order.

Moroe, Khaphu Isaac: January 1979. Bethlehem. Free-lance journalist; chairman of the Welkom branch of AZAPO and chairman of the writers Association of SA. Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Morolong, Joseph Duncan Kgomotsi: Vryburg. Trade Union Organiser. Accused in the Treason Trial 1956-61 and acquitted; collaborated with Helen Joseph in tracing and assisting Africans who had been banished to remote areas of the land for infinite periods; endorsed out of Cape Town where he lived and worked and restricted to his fathers kraal; could receive no visitors except his immediate family and a medial practitioner; under banning order since 1963; in February 1975 he was charged for breaking the conditions of his banning order; spent almost one third of his life and about half of his adult life in jail or under restrictions; died at about the age of 50. His banning order expired in 1978 and was renewed for the 4th time; when the news of his renewed ban reached Ditshepeng Reserve, the remote area to which he was banished, residents reported that he had been murdered in November 1977.

Moroti, Graham alias Moroti: February 1964. Johannesburg. Local committee member and Secretary of General Workers Union. Forbidden to enter any township except for his living area.

Mosala, Molefe Raymond: March 1970: Arrested in 1963 for PAC activities. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mosata, Mooketsi Aaron: Kimberley. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Moseneke, Dikgang Ernest: Pretoria.

Mosetlha, Pitso Lucas: January 1967. Mamelodi Location. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mosotoana, Mapula Rosie: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mothopeng Sephania Lekoana: July 1969. Harrismith. Served a sentence for contravening the conditions of his banning order.

Motshabi, Caleb: April 1959. Thaba Nchu. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Motshabi, John: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Motsoeneng, Johnson: Glen Grey. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mphahlele, Harry: Banished. Order suspended for a certain period of time.

Mphahlele, Namedi: Banished. Order suspended for a certain period of time.

Mphetha, Oscar. Cape Town. National Secretary of the Food and Canning Workers union. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mphihleng, Ramonkung: Banished from Makgalaka, Sekhukhuneland in 1961 to Cala in the Transkei. He has been banished for 3 years. His wife remained at home (no children). Has no employment on the Trust Farm and depends on government allowance. Later transferred to the Trust farm in King Williamstown.

Mpotulo, Bongo: November 1964. Suspended Transvaal chairman of African People’s Democratic Union of South Africa.

Mpulwana, Malusi: January 1979. Zwelitsha, Port Elizabeth. Former Eastern Cape Regional Director, BCP; his banning order was renewed.

Mpulwana, Nandisile Flavour: Zwelitsha. Former Editor of the annual BPC publication, Black Review; detained with her young child on the eve of the anniversary of Steve Biko’s death.

Mpulwana, Thoko (nee, Mbanjwa): Restricted to King Williamstown. Born in 1951. Researcher for Black Community Programme in Durban at the time of his banning. Subsequently, he worked for the BPC in King Williamstown; Editor of “Black Review” and “Black Viewpoint”; detained from August to December 1976 in terms of the Internal Security Act. Detained again on 11 March 1977 in terms of the Terrorism Act, released on 21st July 1977. Detained again on 19th October 1977 in terms of the Internal Security Act and banned after his release. Married to Nandisile. After being released, he was detained again on the eve of the anniversary of Steve Biko’s death.

Mqayisa, Khayalethu Luckyboy: January 1979: General Dundubela Road, Zwide. Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act from attending gatherings.

Mqotsi, Livingstone: February 1964. Duncanville. Banned for 3 years from attending gatherings.

Mrwetyana, Livinston Mahlubandile: Glen Grey. Banned while abroad and could not be quoted in South Africa, according to the conditions of his banning order.

Msauli, Vusumuzi Attwell: Mdantsane. Banned from attending gatherings for 5 years.
Msimang, Bony Themba: Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Msomi, Ndinana Titus: September 1965. New Umlazi Township. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Msomi, Otto Bafana Kleinbooi: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Msutu, Edwin Songayi: June 1966. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Msutu, Headman Ndhlovu: Banished on 29th September 1956, died in banishment on 2nd April 1957. Reasons for disposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Disobeyed lawful orders and perjury and generally of unsatisfactory conduct.

Mtalane, Ignitia Ntombekulu: February 1965. 1368 Sea Street, Claremont. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Mtambo, Solomon: January 1965. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mtemba, Acting Chief Willie: Banished on the 15th May 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted for having drugs; weak administration and caused split in the tribe; failed to assist police where it was his duty to do so.

Mthembu, Sibongile Susan: July 1981. Former General Secretary of South African Student Movement. Banned for 3 years under the Internal Security Act.

Mthethwa, Alpheus: Restricted to Pinetown, Durban. General Secretary of MAWU; banned in 1976 with other union organizers (see Albertyn).

Mthunywa, Merica Nomzamo: October 1965. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mthunzini, Sokhaweni: November 1973. Banned for 2 years from attending gatherings.

Mtikane, Ratshilumela: Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.

Mtimkulu, Evans: January 1964. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Mtini, John: ANC Chairperson, Eastern Cape. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Not allowed to participate in Civil Rights League, Freedom of the Press, Cape Town Night School Association, Race Relation Institute and Democratic Federation.

Mtintso, Ethel Tenjiwe: Restricted to Soweto. A reporter on the Daily Dispatch associated with the BPC in King Williamstown. Detained under the Internal Security Act from 17th August to December 1976 and transferred to preventative detention on 18th November; she was released from detention on the 28th December 1976banned under an order banishing her to Orlando East although she had been working in the Eastern Cape; during 1977 she gave important evidence in the inquest into the death of Mohapi Mapetla, relating to the conditions of interrogation in detention. She had stated that while in detention she was brutally assaulted by Captain R. Hansen, head of the Security Branch in King Williamstown; kicked and beaten and a wet towel held over her face until she could not breath; on 8th July she appeared in the King Williamstown court with Dr. Mamphela Ramphela and Steve Biko charged with breaking her order.

Mtosoane, Ruth: Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making verbal or written statements.

Mtshizana, Louis Leo: East London. Lawyer from Mdanstane. Banished to Herschel district in the North-eastern Cape in 1974.

Mtshotshisa, Headman Hamilton: Banished on the 1st April 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, show no interest in his work and was reluctant to cooperate with the administration in matters relating to his people’s well-being.

Mtsologane, William: Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.

Mtsweni, Magdalene: March 1966. Moleko Street, Brakpan. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism ct. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mtyembezi, Lise Hallock: July 1967. Mtsimbakazi Location, Willowvale. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Murphy, Jeanette Marguerite: Durban. Assistant Secretary of the Trade Union Advisory Coordinating Council. Exile.

Murphy, Michael Patrick Bernard: Durban. Part-time Acting Secretary Transport and General Workers union; a member Union of the Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council. He and his wife, Jeanette left South Africa for London.

Mvelase, Vusumuzi Vitus: Restricted to Umlazi. Former chairman of Umlazi Residents’ Association; detained in terms of the Internal Security Act from August to December 1976 and then banned; banning includes house arrest from dusk to dawn and during weekends. In April 1973 he was convicted of contravening the conditions of his banning order and sentenced to 30 days imprisonment, suspended for 3 years; he had defaulted by taking a job in Pinetown, which is outside his restriction limits.

Mvemve, Matshetshe Douglas: November 1970. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Mvuka, Pilani: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Mxenge, Mlungiso Griffiths: Restricted to Umlazi, Natal. Attorney on the staff of attorney Chanderden Sewpersadh, also banned; sentenced to 2 years imprisonment in 1967 for ANC activities; has been granted permission to practice as a lawyer despite the banning order; acted as a lawyer for Mrs. Mdluli whose husband died in detention and held for 106 days before being released without charge in July 1976; also represented the widow of Mohapi

Mapetla who died in detention.

Mxosa, Mdluli: Banished from Bergville to Bend Store, Duiwelskloof in 1957. He is a very sick man and has long periods in hospital suffering from kidney trouble. He has submitted medical certificates to the Commissioner asking to go home but received no response.

Naicker, George: Restricted to Durban. Convicted in 1963 in the Pietermaritzburg sabotage trial and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment. Banned after his release. Required to report once a week to the Chatsworth police station.

Naidoo, Gonaseelan: January 1974. Restricted to Johannesburg. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Naidoo, Moorgjah Dhanpathy: Durban. Advocate and political prisoner, banned on release in 1972.

Naidoo, Phyllis Ruth Vasendha: Durban. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Naidoo, Shantavothie alias Shanti: January 1964. Typist for the South African Congress of Trade Unions.

Nanabhai, Shirish alias Fakir Jasmath: Restricted to Johannesburg. Sentenced in 1963 under the General Law Amendment Act to 10 years imprisonment for sabotage; former member of the Natal Indian Congress; banned and placed under partial house arrest on his release in 1973; re-banned in 1978.

Nannan, Suriaparka alias Billy: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nathaniel, Immanuel Gotlieb Machuriri: restricted to Kuisebmond township, Walvis Bay. Vice president of SWAPO; ban-confined him to the Kuisebmond Township outside Walvis Bay; the only Namibian to be served with a banning order.

Naude, Christiaan Frederick Beyers: Restricted to Johannesburg. Born in 1916. Formerly minister of the Dutch reformed Church and Moderator of the Southern Transvaal Synod until he became editor of the ecumenical Christian Institute (CI) in 1963; he and other members of the CI refused to testify to the “Schlebush” Commission of Inquiry into Certain Organisations in 1973; he objected to the secrecy of the Commission and the fact that it was not a judicial body. For this he was convicted and fined R50, which he refused to pay and he was jailed for one night before it was paid by someone else; at the same time as Naude and other staff were banned in October 1977, the CI was declared an illegal organization. His passport was withdrawn during 1977. In 1978 his banning order was relaxed to allow him to hold talks with visiting Dutch churchmen. His application to go to Stockholm to receive a R4450 prize from the Swedish Free Church for his activities in racial reconciliation was refused.

Ncalu, Edward alias Nkosiane: January 1965. Tembisa, Kempton Park. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Nchabeleng, Petrus Mama Gase: Restricted to Sekhukhuneland. Imprisoned on Robben Island from 1964-72; banned on his release; detained in 1977 and charged with Pretoria Twelve trial; acquitted with 5 others in April 1978 and subsequently re-banned.

Ndabana, Sipho Price: March 1974. Banned for 4 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ndamiso, Thomas: July 1966. Roodepoort. Banned for 4 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Ndhlovu, Nutall Somhwahla. December 1966. Nyalula Location, Nqamakwe. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Ndimande, Sibusiso Israel: August 1965. 57 Fairbreeze Road, Goodhope, Cato Manor. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ndlovu, Moses: Restricted to Pietermaritzburg. Organiser of MAWU in Pietermaritzburg; banned at the same time as MAWU members – Sipho Kubheka, Gavin Anderson and Alpheus Mthethwa.

Ndongeni, Johnson: November 1967. Ilinge Bantu Location. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nduza, Jack Phambukile: Restricted to Mdantsane, East London. Sentenced in April 1963 with James Chirwa and 5 others to 2 years imprisonment for South Africa without valid travel documents and undergoing military training under with the ANC; under the new legislation he was sentenced in October 1963 to 20 years imprisonment (reduced to 12 years on appeal for the same offence); banned on his release.

Ndzanga, Rita Alita: November 1970. Johannesburg. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Nettleton, Clive James Lee: Johannesburg. Worked for SACHED, an organization founded in 1968 with the aim of raising educational standards and opportunities for Africans; former vice president of NUSAS (see Adler). National director of Youth Programme of South Africa Institute of Race relations and as assistant to the Director of the Institute; also working for Turret College. Before the banning of the “World” he was co-director of the People’s College Project.

Ngakane, Lucas: Soweto. Former teacher at Naledi High and Morris Isaacson High in Soweto. He was secretary of Soweto teachers’ Action Committee.

Ngakane, Pascal: Pinetown

Ngakane, William Barney: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Ngamile, William: Kiesmmahoek.

Ngamlana, Victor: April 1969. Gxulu, Keiskamahoek. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Ngande, Velile: King Williamstown

Ngcamu, Ray Zuma: Umlazi.

Ngcobo, Sikosidi Valeria: August 1965. 2265 Clermont Bantu location. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Ngcozela, Thoti alias Baarman: Burgersdorp.

Ngcukuva, Somzana: September 1965. Banned from attending gatherings

Ngekoane, Selby Themba: Herschel.

Ngomane, Makomba: Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.

Ngomana, Headman Mayidore: Banished on September 30th 1956. Reasons furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of cruelty to animals, refused to carry out lawful orders and conducted himself unsatisfactorily for a long time.

Ngoyi, Lillian Masediba: Restricted to Johannesburg. Born 1911. She became a member of the ANC national executive during the 1950s. President of the ANC Women’s League and the South African Women’s Federation. Previously, she was a clothing worker and became a leading figure in the Garmet Workers Union. She was arrested in December 1956 and stood trial until 1961 as one of the first string accused in the Treason Trial and was imprisoned for 5 months in the 1960 State of Emergency, She was first banned in October 1962 and confined to Orlando township; before she was banned in 1961; In the 1960 she was jailed under the 90-day detention provisions and spent 71 days in solitary confinement. Her banning order lapsed in 1972, but were renewed in 19975 when she was served with a new ban, possibly as a result of having attended the funeral of, and paid tribute to Bram Fisher.

Ngqondela, Wangama James: May 1973. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Ngqunga, George Gumjazile: March 1968. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ngubane, Chief Mkhontobomvu: Banished on the 1st February 1955. Reasons furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, was guilty of dereliction of duty, assaulted his followers and generally behaved in a way unbecoming to a chief.

Ngubane, Mzinto: Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.

Ngubane, Nkume: Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.

Ngubeni, Michael: Restricted to Rustenburg. Banished to Upington. Primary school teacher from Pimville, Johannesburg. Charged in Johannesburg with collaborating with Marius Schoon and Raymond Thomas to blow the Hospital Hill police station wireless mast on 20th July 1964; sentenced in September 1964 to 12 years imprisonment under the Sabotage Act; was a supporter of the ANC; banned on his release in July 1976; in May 1977 he was charged in Pretoria with eleven others under the Terrorism Act; acquitted in 1978 after spending 15 months in detention. His second banning order banished him to the district of Upington in the Northern Cape although his home is in Rustenburg. His removal from Upington followed two attempts on the part of his attorney and a Johannesburg psychiatrist to have him examined neurologically. The security police allegedly prevented this saying to his wife he was in no need for examination. His wife was not informed of his removal by the Upington police.

Ngwema, Veli Rogers: May 1973. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.


Leepile Street Kwa Thema. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nhlapo, Welile Augustine Witness: Johannesburg, Former SASO member and field worker for the Black Workers Project which was a SASO undertaking. In April 1974 he was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment, suspended for 3 years for contravening his banning order. Exile.

Nkadimeng, Stephen Zwelane: Banished in 1960 from Sekhukhuneland to Zululand near the Swaziland border. He was a militant leader. Moved to the Pogopa mountains of the border of Swaziland; many miles from the nearest village or any form of transport.

Nkinti, Edward Mawethu Mpinga: March 1969. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. A militant leader of his people in Sekhukhuneland in the Northern Transvaal. Removed to the Pogopa mountains on the border of Swaziland, many mile from the nearest village or any form of transport.

Nkobi, Titus: Organiser. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Nkohla, Kontase Alfred: July 1967. Mcuncuze Location, Cofimvaba.

Nkondo, Ephraim Curtis: Johannesburg.

Nkondweni, Sipho Victor: Banned for 2 years.

Nkonyeni, Discipline Magwazandile: Idutywa.

Nkosi, Mfanyana Bernard: Ladysmith.

Nkosi, Norman: Rustenburg.

Nkosi Simon: Restricted to Komatipoort. Sentenced in 1963 to 12 years imprisonment for PAC membership and for sabotage; released in July 1965; allowed to visit his father’s grave in Daveyton, Benoni and the banned to Komatipoort, a place in which he had never lived.

Nkosinathi, Vuma: Grahamstown.

Nkosiyane, Jackson: Banished.

Nkozwana, Wellington Mqanduli alias Mafu Mbula: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nkwenkwezi, Rufus, alias Mkwanazi: Glen Grey.

Nobanda, Joseph Chamberlain: November 1970. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Noboya, Alfred Madudla: Glen Grey.

Noel, Victor Reuben: February 1965. 31 Ash Road. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Noiloa, Chief Abram Grant: Banished on the 4th April 1957. reasons furnished by the Minister Bantu Administration and Development: Has been involved in agitating against the administration and unsatisfactory conduct over a number of years.

Nokatya, Blom alias Nokatwa alias Fanelo Blom Nokatya: Glen Grey.

Nokwe, Myrtle Vuyiswa: Johannesburg.

Nokwe, Philemon Pearce Duma: Former Secretary General of the ANC. Advocate. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968, banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal public statements.

Nomavuka, Laurence Mandoyi alias Lumkile: Cradock.

Nomngongo, Nqarumana Colbert: Mqanduli.

Nomtyete, Moni Regina: Hlekani Street, Cradock. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Nongena, Peter: King Williamstown.

Nono, Nonane: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Nontshinga, Muyisile Frank: Alice.

Norayo, Mbe Front, alias Mbi Guzana: Engcobo.

Nqatsana, Headman Noursa: Banished on the 22nd December 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted for cruelty to a horse. Unreliable. Bad example to the tribe.

Nqini, Zola alias Sqonyela: Glen Grey.

Nqwati, William: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nthite, Peter, Papele: 11315 Orlando. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nthute, Sephapho Samuel: Vereeniging.

Ntibexelwa, Hatese: Restricted to East London. Former member of the ANC. Imprisoned on Robben Island; released in June 1976 and immediately served with banning order. Banned for 2 years under the Internal Security Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ntlabathi, Mxolisi: Minister in the USA. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Ntlantlane, Tibe Naphtal: Johannesburg.

Ntlokoa, Lawrence Jonas: February 1981. Motsepe Street, Kagiso; Krugersdorp.

Ntombela, Florence alias Qoto: Natal.

Ntombela, Johannes Mpondlela: Inanda.

Ntonga, Zola: Mqanduli.

Ntongana, Thimeul Mtuwabantu: Alice.

Ntonzini, Nontente: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Ntsangani, Milner Bonakele: Middledrift.

Ntsoane, Isaac: Krugersdorp.

Ntsoane, Jackson Thibedi: Restricted to Mpahlele, Thabamoapo in the Northern Transvaal. Detained in 1963; charged in 1964 with sabotage as alleged member of Umkhonto weSizwe; convicted and sentenced to 8 years imprisonment; banned on his release.

Ntuane, Israel alias Jackie: Pilanesburg.

Ntuli, Linah alias Galina: October 1968. 42 Churchill Road. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ntuli, Mabulala Charlton: Johannesburg.

Ntuli, Mtheteleli alias Advokaat alias Julius: Cofimvaba.

Ntutu, Mbuyisile: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Ntwampe, Molomo: Makgalaka, Sekhukhuneland. His order seems to have been issued in December 1961, together with the other 3, but was eventually served in 1963 because he was not found.

Ntwampe, Mothupi: Banished in 1961 from Sekhukhuneland to the Trust farm in King Williamstown. His banishment order seems to have been signed in 1961, but only served on him in 1963. He had already spent 3 years in banishment. Family remained at home. Works on the Trust farm for about R7 per Month.

Ntwanambi, Juwana: Umtata.

Ntwasa, Sabelo Stanley: Kimberley.

Nxasana, Bhekisisa Harold: April 1968. 83 5th Street Stamford Hill. Former trade Union leader working for the Institute of Industrial Education, a service organization to the Trade Union Advisory and Co-ordinating Council. Detained in1975. he gave evidence for the State in the trial of ten ANC / SACTU members in Pietermaritzburg following severe torture; released in August 1977 after spending nearly 20 months in solitary confinement; banned for two years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending in January 1978; ban included house arrest.

Nxumalo, Benoni Thandekile: Durban.

Nyalasia, Gilbert: Middledrift.

Nyamankulu, Songile: Cofimvaba (Kraal Nquqhu).

Nyamela Dabulamanzi: September 1965. Khanye Location. Engcobo. Banned from attending gatherings.

Nyemebe, Dorothy: Verulam.

Nyembe, Gabriel Sondlho: March 1973. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act

Nyobo, Malusi Solomon: King Williamstown.

Nyobo, Thembekile Templar: Ex-Detainee, also spent 5 years on Robben Island. Served with a banning order on his release from prison.

Nzama, Joseph Hlomendini: October 1965. J385 Kwa Mashu. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nzama, Keluya: October 1965. Effingham Estates. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.


Nzanga, Rita Alita: November 197. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Nzo, Alfred Baphethuxolo: Photographer. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968; banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal public statement.

Olifant, Kalaegile Samuel: Johannesburg.

Osman, Ahmad alias Achmat: Wynberg

Padayachee, Dr. Mahalegum Nadarjah: Durban.

Padayachee, Narainsam: 21 Duiker Road. Isipingo.

Pahad, Aziz Goolam alias Dagga: Johannesburg.

Pahad, Essop Goolam, alias Hoosein: Johannesburg.

Pakana, July: Dimbaza.

Palele, Robson alias Mzwandile: Victoria East.

Palmer, Josie: President of the Transvaal region of the Federation of SA Women. Banned in 1955 for 5 years. The order required her to resign from the Federation and other organization.

Papane: Durban

Patel, Ismael Suliman: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Pather, Ruthnam Maslomoney: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Patsha, Guliford Buyile: East London.

Peake, George Edward: Cape Town.

Percy, Neerbuth Kassie alias Cassim Allie: Athlone.

Peteni, Lennox Yose: Grahamstown.

Peter, Joseph Makazonke: King Williamstown.

Peyise, Peter: Port Elizabeth.

Phalamohlaka, John Tseke: Groblesdal.

Phakathi, Maphefo Jane: Pretoria. Transvaal Regional Director of the Christian Institute and a member of the Black Parents Association at the time of her banning. She was detained on 23rd August to December 1976 in terms of the Internal Security Act. She fled South Africa in May 1977 with her 9-year old son and later reported to be in London.

Phantsi, Tembani Shadrack: Banished to Graaf-Reinet. Former schoolteacher and member of the SASM. He was detained from 17 October 1975 to 12 March 1977 under the Terrorism Act (held for 513 days) in solitary confinement. During his detention, he spent 3 month in jail for contempt of court and refusing to give evidence; banned on his release and removed from King Williamstown to Graaf-Reinet.

Phewa, Mlandelwa: Verulam.

Phillip, Ruben: Durban.

Pholoto, Solomon Magalane: June 1965. Mapetla Township. Organizing Secretary for Metal Workers Union. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Phungula, Helia: Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act.

Pikane, Mqingo: Banished order suspended for certain time period.

Pilane, Boitiekie Johannes: Rustenburg.

Pillay, Barathanathan alias Thumba: Durban.

Pillay, Rungasamy Goupal. Durban.

Pillay, Siva: Durban.

Pillay, Leger Kerr, alias Leger Kerr Pilei: Johannesburg.

Phindani, Nelson: Port Elizabeth.

Pini, Joseph: East London.

Pityana, Sosidima: Restricted to Poet Elizabeth. Wife of Barney Pityana. Youth organizer for the SAIRR in Port Elizabeth; detained on several occasions during 1976, firstly in terms of Terrorism Act from 4th June to 13th August and then in terms of Internal Security Act from 18 August to 28 December; served with a 5 year banning order including house arrest in April 1977. She was again detained on 24 June to 7 July 1977 and from 19 October 1977 to 10 March 1978 in terms of the Internal Security Act. She fled the country in August with her husband and child. Exile.

Pityana, Lizo Grant: Port Elizabeth.

Pityana, Nyameko Barney: Durban. Restricted to Port Elizabeth. Former President and General-Secretary of SASO articled to a Port Elizabeth legal firm; first banned in 1973; charged and convicted of breaking his ban in July 1973; detained for 5 months in 1974; convicted for the third time for breaking his ban in November 1975; detained and redetained between June and December 1976 and again in 1977-78; ban expired in February 1978 while in detention; rebanned on release and placed under 12 hour house arrest. Exile.

Pityana, Sipho Millo: June 1982. New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 years under the Internal Security Act.

Pitye, Godfrey Mokganane: Benoni.

Piyo, Edward alias Douglas: Alice.

Poloto, Solomon Samuel Morutane: Johannesburg.

Pongwana, Johnson: Glen Grey.

Poonan, Vera: Durban.

Poswa, Churchill Vuulindlela: Libote.

Potye Nabajifile: Lower Sabalele Location, Comfimvaba.

Prager, Frederich Fred: Johannesburg.

Pretorius, Paul Joseph: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. Prohibited for 2 years from attending any gathering of pupils or students assembled for the purpose being instructed, trained or addressed.

Putego, Moffat: Wynberg, Cape.

Putini, Yergen alias Moses alias Diza Putini alias Phuting alias Putin: Benoni.

Qeketho, Sandile Sidney: Nqeleni.

Qeqe, Dumile Daniel: Port Elizabeth.

Qilo, Ponkie: Banished.

Qododo, Headman G. Banished on the 1st April 1955. Reasons furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, convicted of failing to noxious weeds, convicted of contempt of court.

Qumbela, Mountain: Wynberg.

Rachidi, Kenneth Hlako: January 1979. Orlando East, Soweto. Former President of the Black People’s Convention (BPC), Soweto branch. Banned under the Internal Security Act. Banned from attending gatherings.

Ragaven, Chengiah: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Raisa, Germain: Burgersdorp.

Rakaibe, Chopo Thomas: January 1967. Mount Fletcher. Cherry Chase. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ramafoko, Mokate: Banished in 1956 from the Western Transvaal to the trust Farm Driefontein in the Northern Cape. (He was banished twice in his lifetime). No employment. Depends on government allowance. He was given a temporary permit to return home in 1960, but this was withdrawn without any reason being given. In 1961, he was he was taken back to Driefontein. An ageing man in poor health, suffering from cancer of the stomach. Before his death he lay in the camp in pain, waiting away several months before he was removed to hospital. For him there had been no doctor, no medication, and no painkillers to ease the agony. That he did not die on this dumping ground was due to the efforts of his fellow banished who called the police when appeals for the district’s surgeon brought no result. Ramafoku’s end is a terrible testimony to the deliberate callousness and cruelty of the banishment system.

Ramaro, Frans: Banished. Died in banishment on 29th March 1977.

Rambally, Ashlatha: Colenso. BCP worker.

Rumdeen, Lutchman Tulcie: Pietermaritzburg.

Ramgobin, Ela (nee, Ghandi): Restricted to Inanda, Natal. Wife of Mawalal

Ramgobin and granddaughter of Mahatma Ghandi. Child Welfare worker and former Field Worker for the BPC. Her banning orders, which include provisions for house arrest on evenings and weekends, strictly prohibited from taking part in the activities of the BPC. Prior to her banning, she had taken over her husband’s work in their Durban Brokerage firm when he was banned. When she herself was banned, the Minister of Justice turned down her application for relaxation of terms of her banning orders to allow her to work for the Indian Child welfare Society.

Ramgobin, Mawalal: Restricted to Inanda. Former President of NIC who was active in the later attempts to revive it; he was also chairman of the Committee of Clemency in South Africa; which petitioned the Minister of Justice for an amnesty for political prisoners. In 1973, a parcel bomb exploded in his offices, seriously injuring two of his children. In 1974, the Minister of Justice temporarily relaxed his ban, and that of his wife, Ela, to allow them to visit a critically ill relative in India; his ban forbids him from to take part in the activities of SASO and BPC, and involves partial house arrest, forcing him to give up work in his Durban insurance brokerage firm. November 1986. Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act

Ramjee, Bhika Bhaga: Port Elizabeth.

Ramokgadi, Martin: Restricted to Johannesburg. Former Robben Island prisoner. Former estate agent; detained in 1963 under the “90 Day Law; sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in 1964 for furthering the aims of the banned ANC, and for taking part in military training and sabotage activities; banned on his release; on 01 April 1977, Ramokgadi, Joe Gqabi and 10 others were charged in Pretoria under the Terrorism Act; the latter two were accused of being the joint leaders of the ANC in Johannesburg; Ramokgadi was convicted on a minor court and sentenced to 7 years imprisonment.

Ramikgadi, Mfoloe: Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.

Ramokgopa, Douglas: Banished from Zoekmekaar in the Northern Transvaal to Matatiele in the Cape Province in 1958. Is employed on trust farm and earns about R7.10 per month. Family remained at home.

Ramokhopa, Ramsey: November 1978. Former Director, BCP and member of the Committee of Ten. Released from a 1 year jail sentence and banned for 5 years.

Ramokgopa, Sedupe Josiah: Orlando West.

Ramokgopa, Oupa Samuel: Restricted to Sharpeville, Vereeniging. Former executive member of Sharpeville Youth Club who fled to Lesotho in 1974 during the repression of Black Consciousness activists; according to his father he was handed back to South African Authorities, who imprisoned him for leaving South Africa without a passport, banned on his release in August 1975.

Rampai, Timothy: May 1963. 361 Nhlapho Section. Natalspruit. Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Ramphela, Aletta Mamphele: Restricted to Naphumo, Pietersburg. Opened the Zanempilo Clinic near King Williamstown in 1975, as part of the BCP, serving a community of about 10 000-mostly women, children and old people; the clinic had 2 resident doctors, 5 nurses, 2 midwives, a community health worker and a social worker; medical; pediatric and maternity services were provided; the clinic was closed 1977; in 1976 the government detained Ramphele, 2 other doctors and the social worker; she was detained from August to December 1976 under the Internal Security Act; soon after her release, in April she was served with a banning order, transported to a remote village in the Northern Transvaal over 1000 kilometers from her home and work; she was given no opportunity to arrange for a replacement at the clinic or to settle her personal affairs; she was also a trustee at the Zimele Trust, set up to help released political prisoners, which was banned in 1977; represented the family of Mapetla Mohapi at the post mortem into his death in detention and appeared at the subsequent inquest; on 8th July 1977, she appeared in court in King Williamstown charged with breaking her banning order in conjunction with Tenjiwe Mthintso, also banned and Steve Biko who died in detention.

Ramphomane, Lerutle Josiah: Banned while abroad. Could not be quoted in South Africa

Ramphomane, Samuel: Kuruman.

Ramrock, Johnny Herbert: Johannesburg. Accused in the Afro Trial of 1976 and Christopher Wymers and Weizman Hamilton. Previously detained for 10 months in terms of the Terrorism Act. Charges against all 3 were lifted but they were redetained. Ramrock was held for 2 months and served with a banning order with house arrest restrictions on release. He subsequently fled the country.

Ramushu, Gollelle Samuel: Rustenburg.

Randaal, Peter Ralph: Restricted to Johanneburg. Former Director of Study Project on Christianity in Apartheid Society (SPRO-CAS) sponsored by the Christian Institute (CI) and The South African Council Of Churches; the project concluded at the end 1973; He and other initiated the programme for Social Change; in 1974 he was leader of the New Social Democratic Party and stood as a parliamentary candidate in the election. At the time of his banning, he was editor and director of Ravan Press Publishing House, associated with the CI; sentenced to 3 months imprisonment (suspended) in 1976 for refusing to give evidence in the Schlebusch Commission (see Naude).

Rangongo, Modiba Paul: Sibasa.

Ranoto, Morris: Banished; died in banishment on the 7th November 1960.

Rantau, Foso John: January 1965. 1551 Tladi Township. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Rantube, Ralekoke: Banished. Order suspended.

Rasool, Malek: Kinross.

Ratshwafo, Simbu David: January 1965. 121 Garankuwa. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Reddi, Soma Lynette: Durban. Appointed to the secretariat of SASO in 1973 and banned shortly afterwards.

Reddy, Govindsamy: Restricted to Durban. Reseach Officer and Youth Program Organiser of the Natal Region of the SAIRR; detained under the Internal Security Act from 19 September 1976 to 28 February 1978 and banned on his release; he was required to give up his employment.

Resha, Robert: Former Transvaal Volunteer-In-Chief.

Reinstein, Amy: Nursery school teacher. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act

Rikhotso, Peter: Pretoria.

Robertson, Ian: July 1966. Banned for 5 year under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Rogers Inspector: August 1966.

Rosenberg, Barney: June 1968. Victoria Street, Oaklands. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Russel, David Patrick Hamilton: Restricted to Cape Town. Anglican Priest and secretary of the Minister’s fraternal of Langa, Gugulethu and Nyanga which produced a document entitled “The role of the Riot Police in the Burnings and Killings in Nyanga, Christmas 1976”. The document was banned and Russell produced another one, “the Riot Police and the Suppression of Truth” and sent copies to members of Parliament. In February 1977 he was sentenced to 3 months imprisonment for refusing to divulge the names of 3 people who made statements about him regarding the behavior of police, and whom he used in his document. He appealed successfully against his conviction. His report was banned. Active campaigner against migratory labour and the plight of the squatter community in Cape Town; later in 1977 was among those arrested for protesting against the demolition of squatter camps in the Cape Peninsula; banned at the same time as members of the CI (see Naude).

Rossenblatt: President and Acting Secretary for the national banking industrial Union.

Roux, Dr. Edward Rudolph: January 1965. 72 3rd Avenue, Mellville, Johannesburg.

Sachs, Albert Louis: Cape Town.

Sachs, Solly: Despite having been expelled from the Communist Party in 1932, he was ordered to resign as General Secretary of the Garments Workers Union which he launched and led for 24 years; the orders further required him not attend gatherings or to leave the magisterial district of Johannesburg. Sachs defied his banning order twice. He came to trial on 2 counts of violating his ban and was sentenced to 6 months goal on each count but he remained on bail pending an appeal to the higher courts against the conviction. The Appeal Courts in Bloemfontein upheld the magistrates judgment Since political work and Trade Union activity closed to him he left South Africa,

Sakwe, Lungile Rhodes: Idutywa.

Saliwa, Joseph Hugo: Lady Frere. Banished.

Salojee, Molvi: Johannesburg. Muslim Priest. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Ordered to report once a week at the police station. Prohibited from entering any factory premises.

Sandile, Headman Mashiqela: Banished on the 28th march 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convictions of drunkenness and assault, and other offences and guilty of unsatisfactory conduct throughout.

Saterdien, Kamel alias Ebrahim: Wynberg.

Saule, Mgabi Abner: Johannesburg.

Schermbrucker, Ivan Frederick: restricted to Johannesburg. Sentenced to 5 years imprisonment under the Suppression of Communism Act in 1964 and banned on his release; his banning order included house arrest (6am-6pm). In May 1975 the house arrest provision was lifted. Married to Leslie Schermbrucker, also banned.

Schembrucker, Leslie Erica: January 1974. Restricted to Johannesburg. Detained in 1965. In 1966 he was sentenced to 300 days’ imprisonment for refusing to give evidence in the trial of Bram Fischer. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings; he was sentenced again in 1966 to 2 years in jail on a charge of helping Fischer when he was in hiding. Banned again her release and placed under house arrest. Ban was renewed in 1973 but without the previous house arrest and applied only to social gatherings.

Schlachter, Rose (nee, Behr): Johannesburg.

Schoon, Diana Mary: October 1968. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Schoon, Louis Marius: Johannesburg. Sentenced in 1964 to 12 years imprisonment for sabotage. Banned on his release. In June 1977 he married Jeanette Curtis, also banned; they subsequently fled South Africa to Botswana.

Schreiner, Findlay: August 1966.

Sebedi, Jack: Banished September 1965 from Sekhukhuneland to Driefontein Trust Farm in the Northern Cape. No Employment depends on government allowance. Family remained at home.

Seedat, Dawood. February 1964. Durban.

Sehume, Thabo Vincent: April 1979. Restricted to Pretoria. University student detained on 19 October 1977 under the internal Security Act and held in Modderbee prison. Banned for 5 years from attending gatherings.

Sekgatle, Darius: Banished in 1963 from Lichtenburg, western Transvaal Keiskamahoek in the Eastern Cape. Is employed on a Trust farm. Family remained at home. Wife joined him.

Sekhukhune, Godfrey: Banished.

Sekhukhune, Mankopodi: Banished; order suspended for a certain period of time.

Sekhukhune, Morwamotse: Banished; order suspended for a certain period of time.

Sekhukhune, Mosehle William: Banished in 1960 from Sekhukhune to Zululand, straight from goal after serving a sentence for a political offence. Now over 80 years old, but still has to work on the fields to earn a living – earns about 6 Pounds per month. His frail wife and family live in Sekhukhuneland.

Selahle, Lonica Mogoshadi: Pretoria.

Selekwa, Ma-Africa alias Oscar: Transkei. Banned for 2 years.

Sello, Khalaki: Durban.

Sello, Mosuhli Phillip: Witsieshoek.

Seloro, Levi Molefe: Johannesburg.

Seopa, Boy: Banished.

Seopa, Mamolatela: Banished.

Seperepere, Maruping Hosea: Johannesburg.

September, Dulcie Evon: May 1969. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. Served two jail sentences and sent to Driefontein Trust Farm. No employment, Family remained at home.

September, Reginald Kenneth: Cape Town.

Sesinye, White: June 1968. George James Street. Munsieville Location.

Setyebi Tywala: December 1966. Rabula Location, Keiskammhoek. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Sewpersadh, Chanderden: Restricted to Johannesburg. Attorney; former president of the NIC; in June 1973 he was acquitted on a charge of promoting racial hostility at a Sharpeville anniversary meeting; was third official of the NIC to be banned since it was revived in 1971.

Shabalala, Christopher: October 1964. Midlands. Regional Organizing Secretary of the Liberal Party. Banned for 2 years from attending gatherings.

Shabalala, Christopher: October 1964. Midlands. Regional Organizing Secretary of the Liberal Party. Banned for 2 years from attending gatherings. She was elected into the executive committee of South African Federation of Women as secretary.

Shaick, Hassen: Pitermaritzburg.

Shinners, Mark Mabitsi: Pretoria.

Shope, Marks William: Johannesburg.

Sibanda, Elizabeth: Cradock.

Sibande, Cleopas: October 1963. Detained during the 1960 State of Emergency. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. Forbidden from entering factories and educational premises. To report once a week at the local police station.

Sibeko, Machere Stephania: Johannesburg.

Sibeko, Mpukwe Petrus: Newcastle.

Sicwele, Richard: Port Elizabeth.

Sidelo, Johnson Kayani: Umtata.

Sidiya, Headman Jujiya: Banished on the 7th June 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: convicted on two occasions on incidents involving witchcraft.

Sidukwana, Vuyani Harrinton: Engcobo.

Sihlali, Leo Linda Ernest: Queenstown.

Sikakane, Joyce: November 1970. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Sikali, Nkosana: July 1967. Njwaxa Location. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Simayile, Manase Robert alias Ngose: Kentani.

Simelane, Lawrence Temba: June 1966.Block L, 3441 Mamelodi Location. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Simelane, Pitiza Pitness Humphrey: November 1964. Mahlati Road, Chesterville. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Simpkins, Charles Edward Wickens: Restricted to Pietermaritzburg. Lecturer in economics at the University of Natal; for research officer at the IIE, a service organization for Black trade unions (see Albertyn).

Simons, Dr. Harold Jack: Cape Town. Professor, former head of the department of African Government and Law at UCT until banned in 1966 and forced to leave the country for Zambia.

Simons, Mary: Restricted to Cape Town. Lecturer in Comparative African Government and Law at UCT; daughter of Prof. H.J Simons.

Simons, Tanya Anne: Restricted to Cape Town. Librarian at UCT. Daughter of Prof. H. J Simons and Mrs. Rae Alexander Simons, both of whom were banned in the 1960s and left the country; sister of Mary Simons.

Singh, Girja: Durban. Sentenced in Pietermaritzburg in 1963 to a 10 year term of imprisonment for sabotage. He had previously worked for the Natal Indian Congress and Indian Youth Congress. Banning orders we served on him following his release from Robben Island. In terms of his orders, he was confined to his home in evenings and weekends. He was prevented from receiving any visitors other than his family and had to report to the police weekly. In January 1977 it was reported that he had disappeared from his Durban home. He was believed to have left the country.

Singh, George: Durban North. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Singh, Jayden Nasele: Durban.

Singh, Ushaber: February 1965. Durban. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Sinxeke, Headman Heathcote: Banished on 27 January 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and development: Absent himself from duty without authority for 18 months before dismissal.

Siqila, Mabaso: Banished; order suspended.

Sirunu, Toek: Elliotdale.

Sisulu, Albertina alias Tinie: Restricted to Johannesburg. Nurse, wife of Walter Sisulu, ANC leader serving life on Robben Island; active in the ANC Women’s League and the South African Women’s Federation; detained under the 90-day detention provisions and held in solitary confinement in 1963, banned since 1964; order includes house arrest; after 17 years of bans, banned again; son under house arrest; daughter in exile.

Sisulu, Walter Max Ulyate: Johannesburg. Former Secretary General of the ANC. House Arrest on working days and 24-hours at the weekends, no visitors at any time and the restrictions on attending gatherings. Imprisoned on Robben Island

Sisulu, Zwelakhe: Soweto.

Siswana, Jimmy: Willowvale (kraal Xongeni).

Siswana, Mkhokheli: Mqanduli.

Sithole, Fana George: Restricted to Umlazi. On the editorial board of the Black Consciousness publication, “Challenge”; Detained on the 19th August 1976 under the Internal Security Act; held until December; banned on release; arrested in June 1978 on a charge of breaking the order; convicted and given a suspended sentence.

Sithole, Mirriam Thandi: Johannesburg.

Sitoto, Lizo Gladwell: Uitenhage.

Situngana, Gora: Umtata. Banned for 2 years.

Siwa, Mlungisi Welcome: Glen Grey.

Siwisa, Churchill: Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Siwisa, Dennis Didisa: Grahamstown.

Siwisa, Funani: June 1966. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act

Siwundla, Themba Abner: August 1966.

Siyata, Simon: Port Elizabeth.

Siyeka, Mbulelo: Lady Frere.

Sizila, Aaron: Cradock.

Skina, Reinet Tida: Wynberg.

Slingers, Appolis Ferdinad: Wynberg.

Slovo, Heloise Ruth: Johannesburg.

Slovo, Joseph: Johannesburg.

Smithers, Murice Peter: Yeoville, Johannesburg. June 1982. Banned for 2 years under the Internal Security Act.

Sobukwe, Robert Mangaliso: April 1974. Kimberley. Founding President of the Pan Africanist Congress.

Soci, Mbuyiselo Houghton: Restricted to Middledrift, Cape. He was a prisoner on Robben Island from 1966 – 76 as an ANC member; he was served with a banning order on his release. Banned for 2 years under the Internal Security Act

Sodinha, Muriel: Johannesburg.

Soga, Dinah Mokwayi alias Monke: Cradock. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Sogcwayi, Wellington alias Mzimkhulu: Port Elizabeth.

Sokupa, Silumko Solomon: Zwelitsha. Permanent organizer with SASO in Durban. Held in detention from 12 August to 28 December 1976 in terms of the Internal Security Act; redetained 27 April to 6 July 1977. Banned on his release. In September 1977 he was charged for contravening his orders on the 12th July by entering the offices of BPC in King Williamstown. He was then removed to another area by the police and forbidden to communicate with any member of SASO, BPC, BCP, the Zimele Trust Fund or the Zanempilo Clinic. He was detained on 19th October 1977with other members of BPC and SASO.

Solani, Velaphi Alex: Burgersdorp.

Solomon, Elias: Grahamstown.

Solomon, Marcus Chinsani: Restricted to Wynberg. Sentenced with Dr. Neville Alexander in 1964 in Cape Town to 10 years imprisonment for an offence under the Sabotage Act.

Somhwahla, Ndhlovu Nuttall: Nqamakwe.

Sonkwala, Jeffery Msutu: May 1963. Cradock / King Williamstown. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Soyizwaphi, Salu Velelo: Umtata.

Stadi, Elliot Sota: May 1973. Mdantsane. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act

Stein, Isaiah: September 1963. 3rd Avenue, Belgravia Estates, Athlone. Banned from attending gatherings.

Stemela Velile James: Kwa-Zakhele, New Brighton. Banned for 2 years from attending gatherings

Stofile, Kentridge Mongezi: Restricted to Kwa Thema, Springs. President of SASO at the time of his banning.

Stofile, Toobooi: Port Elizabeth.

Stofile, Zwelibanzi Kenneth: Springs.

Strachan, Jean Clarice (nee, Middleton): June 1968. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Strachan, Robert Harold Lundie: Durban.

Suluba, Philemon: April 1969. 664 Ferguson Street. Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Swelindawo, Mtuti: Umtata

Szur, Jacob: Johannesburg.

Tabata, Mali Joseph: KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth. Sentenced in 1963 to 14 years imprisonment for sabotage. Served with a banning order after his release.

Tambo, Oliver Reginald: Attorney: Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Tandabantu, Majojoka: Groblersdal. Banished.

Tarshish, Jack David: Cape Town.

Taunyane, Messina Messie: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Taycke, Katharine Jean: Johannesburg

Tayo, Jackson Balisani: Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tele, Douglas: March 1963. 22 Norongo Street. New Brighton. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tembani, Gali Harry: January 1971. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tengile, Mbuzeli Nelson: June 1967

Teti, Winile: Mqanduli.

Thamaga, Solomon: Banished.

Thipe, Mary: Durban.

Thoka, Prince: Umlazi.

Thomas, Daniel alias Othlabanye: June 1966. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Thomas, William Maxanjana alias Max: Umtata.

Thompson, Daniel: June 1966. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Thompson, Douglas Chadwick: Springs.

Thoms, Raymond James: Johannesburg.

Thorne, A: October 1964. Secretary of the Western Cape Region, South African Congress of Democrats.

Thornton, Amy (nee, Reitstein): Wynberg.

Thulare, Phetedi: Banished; order suspended for a certain period of time.

Thumbran, Alban Christofel Lawrence: April 1965. 83 Jerusalem Street. Marabastad. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Tikana Alex: Banished in 1960 from Cala in the Transkei to Frenchdale Trust Farm in the Northern Cape. Family broken up due to banishment. Children are with his sister in Cala. Has no employment and depends on government allowance.

Timol, Mohamed: Krugersdorp. Former chairman of Human Rights Commission; previously living in Azaadville, Krugersdorp. His brother, Ahmed died in detention in 1973. He was detained from 30 August to 28 December 1976 in terms of the Internal Security Act. He left the country in 1978.

Titi, Mandisi Patrick: Uitenhage. An associate of Steve Biko.

Tlhapane, Euphemia Nana: Johannesburg.

Tlholoe, Joseph: Soweto.

Tloome, Daniel: Johannesburg.

Tobias, Ethel Ann Mary: November 1964. 100 Court of Buitekant, Stand Military Road. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tobias, Stephen: Port Elizabeth.

Toboti, Walters: Kentani.

Tobruk, Ben: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tokota, Willie: April 1968. Port Elizabeth. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Tokwe, Richard: Glen Grey.

Tole, Alex Fuzile: Glen Grey.

Tole, Shadrack alias Vuyisile: Uitenhage.

Tolibadi, Cyrus: Engcobo.

Tolwane, Gasa: Umtata.

Tom, Collet Walangile: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gathering

Tonyeni, Templeton: October 1969. Middle Tyira Administrative Area. Banned for 2 years. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Trewhela, Paul Harry: Johannesburg.

Triegaard, Richard George Bernard. June 1965Ex-teacher banned for 5 years under the suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings. 24-hour house arrest. Charged for contravening the conditions of his banning by attending to his sickly 100-year old mother. Sentenced to one year and suspended for 1 year.

Tyron, Terrence Russell: Umzinto. Former General Secretary of SASO.

Tsatitsi, John: Banished. Forced to depart from Petrus Steyn.

Tsedu, Mathatha Godfrey: Seshego.

Tsehla, Hosea: May 1964. Johannesburg. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Tseke, John K.: Banished September 1964 from Lydenburg to Alice in the Cape Province. No employment; depends on government allowance. Family remained at home.

Tseke, John: March 1966. Phahlamohlaka, Grobblesdal. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tsele, John: Johannesburg.

Tsele, Joseph alias, Thamsanqa: Pretoria.

Tsewu, Dini: Mqanduli.

Tshaba, Talitha: Port Elizabeth.

Tshabalala. Elijah Sipho: White River.

Tshabangu, Goldberg Elliot: Johannesburg.

Tshafandu, University Seli: Glen Grey.

Tshaha, Hilda: October 1968. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Banned from attending gatherings.

Tshaka, Hilda: October 1968. Port Elizabeth. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Tshangela, Theophilus: Banished in 1961 from Pondoland to Frenchdale after serving a jail sentence for a political offence. Lost an appeal fro another political offence and sent to serve another sentence after which he was sent straight to Frenchdale. Family remained at home. Had no employment. Depended on government allowance. Died in banishment.

Tshazimbane, Ernest: February 1972. Dimbaza, King Williamstown. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tshehla, Hosea: 4215A Zone 3 Diepkloof, Soweto May 1964. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tshenkeng, Drake: Former President of BCP. November 1968. Released from a 1 year imprisonment and banned under the Suppression of Communism Act

Tshenkeng, Pule Isaac: Soweto.

Tshetu Wellington: April 1968. Banxa Location. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tshikila, Zifozonke Walter: March 1969. Banned for 2 yeas under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tshokoma, Mkhanyisili Gordon: July 1967. Matomela Location. Banned under the Suppression o Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tsholetsang, James Montane: Krugersdorp.

Tshuku, Solomon Bango: Nqamakwe.

Tshume, Palo: Port Elizabeth.

Tshwete, Vukile Stephen: Zwelitsha.

Tsotetsi, David: Johannesburg.

Tswana, Florence Koena: Tha Nchu.

Tukutezi, Nobantwana Jameson: July 1967. Nkwenkwana Location. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Turner, Richard Albert David: Industrial sociologist. Assassinated while under house arrest. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Turok, Benjamin: Johannesburg.

Twala, Busisiwe Gertrude alias Gertrude Radebe: Durban.

Twebe, Moses alias Bonisile: King Williamstown.

Tyabashe, William: Vryburg. Banished.

Tyacke, Eric Freeland: Restricted to Johannesburg. Founded the Young Christian Workers’ Movement in the 1950s; in 1969 when TUCSA barred African Unions from Affiliating, he left his job with TUCSA’s African Affairs Section and in 1971 he became secretary of UTP, a trade union advisory group, and subsequently full time director; assisted the Engineers and Allied Workers Workers’ Union and the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers Union (see Albertyn).

Taycke, Katharine Jean: Restricted to Johannesburg. Administrator of UTP; wife of Eric Taycke.

Tyaliti, Edward Sinike: Banished.

Tyesi, B. June 1966. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Tyopo, Mhlaphezulu Wycliff: Umtata.

Tyron, Terence: Former Secretary General of SASO. Banned for 5 years.

Tyulu, Stanford Spango: Cofimvaba.

Tywala, Sityebi: December 1966. Rabula Location. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Vakalisa, Dumakude Pescot: October 1968. 1061 Zondi Location, Soweto. Banned fro 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Vakalisa, Memory: Laborer. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Van Blerk, Wilma Daphney Lillian: Restricted to Cape Town. Employed by the Food and Canning Workers’ Union in the Western Cape; banned with other union organizers in 1976 (see Albertyn).

Van der Heeyden, Doris: May 1969. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Van der Heyden, Ian Leslie: May 1969. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Vandeyar, Reggie Pakiry: Restricted to Johannesburg. Sentenced in 1963 to 10 years imprisonment on Robben Island for sabotage in connection with Umkhonto weSizwe activities; banned and house-arrested on release. On 23rd March 1978 he was charged with contravening his banning order in May 1977. He was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment and suspended for 5 years.

Vanqa, Msimelelo Owen: East London.

Van Roos, Hendrick: Johannesburg.

Vara, Eric Lulamile: Cradock.

Vara, Richard: May 1963. 113 Lwana Street. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Variava, Sadecque Mohamed: November 1978. Former Secretary for Arts and Education, BCP.Released from a 1-year jail sentence and banned for 5 years.

Vawda, Cassim Ismail: Flat 12, Grey Court, corner or Grey and Beatrice Streets. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Vellem, Headman Malenyisi: banished on 25th February 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, allowed unauthorized cultivation of land, and was of generally unsatisfactory conduct.

Vena, Ben: Middledrift.

Vena, James: Glen Grey.

Venkatrathnan, Surinarayam Kala: September 11965. Himalaya House, Worwick Avenue. Former member of UMSA and APDUSA; convicted under the Terrorism Act in 1972 and sentenced to 6 years imprisonment; banning order served on him 10 minutes before his release in 1978.

Vera, Richard: Cradock.

Verasammy, John Navaraih alias Paul Joseph: Johannesburg.

Vigna, James Randolph: Cape Town.

Vikilahle, Mbuyiselo: March 1973. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Vongwe, Sabelo Wiseman: Mount Frere.

Vusani, Joseph Bransby: August 1966. Johannesburg.

Vuthela, Siphiwo, Sefton: August 1965. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Walker, Abraham Richard: Pietersburg. Born in South Africa, now believed to be an American Citizen who was working as personal adviser to Dr. Cedric Phatudi, chief minister of Lebowa Bantustan from 1975 until his ban in 1977; it is believed his ban restricts him from entering Lebowa, where the Government Gazette gave his address as Pietersburg.

Wana, Samuel alias Patsolo: Tabankulu.

Waqu, Maoli Abel: July 1967: Ashketon Location. Cala.

Watts, Hilda: Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Weinberg, Eli: Johannesburg. Born 1909. Former trade union leader. Sentenced in 1964 to 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. He was released in 1969 and immediately served with a banning order and house arrest order which confined him to his home on evenings and weekends. In September 1977 he fled South Africa to Mozambique and was later reported to be in Tanzania. Married to Violet Weinberg.

Weinberg, Shiela: Daughter of Eli and Violet Weinberg. November 1986, 12 hour house arrest under the Internal Security Act. Restricted to Johannesburg. Secretary of the Human Rights Committee which based its demands on the UN Declaration of Human Rights and published at irregular intervals a bulletin dealing with repressive measures (all issues have been banned); detained in 1964 for 65 days and released without charge; served a short prison sentence for painting a slogan on a public building; her order confines her to her house at nights, weekends and holidays; in February 1977 she was accused with Jeanette Curtis of braking their banning order by speaking with each other; acquitted for speaking with a banned person; later convicted for attending a pre-arranged gathering; sentenced to 9 months imprisonment and suspended for 3 months. The lawyers commented that the magistrate’s interpretation of the law implied that a restricted person is condemned to a life of virtual isolation by not being able to meet with other individuals. She appealed against her conviction but although the Transvaal Division of the Supreme Court reduced her sentence, it upheld her conviction. Miss. Weinberg noted an appeal to the appellate division of the Supreme Court. (SAIRR Survey- 1976, p. 103)

Weinberg, Violet Mary: Johannesburg. Former Vice president of Women’s Federation and wife of Eli Weinberg. First banned in 1962. Detained for 179 days form November 1965 to May 1966 and allegedly subjected to ill treatment during interrogation. She was imprisoned for 3 months in 1966 for refusing to give evidence in the trial of Mr. Heyman and Mr Dingake and for 2 years for taking part in activities of the banned Communist Party. She was served with renewed banning and house arrest orders after her release from prison. Her orders were renewed in 1973 without house arrest provisions. Given a suspended sentence in 1971 for failing to report to the police. In December 1977 she left South Africa on an exit permit to join her husband in Tanzania . Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Wessels, Denis Mario Ernest: Wynburg. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Wessels, Victor Walter Wesley: Wynberg.

Wessels, Moses: March 1965. Corner Rampe and Derby Road, Lansdowne, Johannesburg

Wikili, Zamani: Umtata.

Wilcox, Alfred Kenneth: Restricted to Wynberg, Cape. Detained under the Terrorism Act in 1971; released without being charge; banned since July 1964.

Wilcox, Edna Dorothy Maud: June 1974. Johannesburg Banned twice.

Wilcox, Gwendoline: Wynberg, Cape.

Wilcox, Robert Cedric: Wynberg. Was a member of the of UMSA and APDUSA; convicted under the Terrorism Act in 1972 and sentenced to 6 years imprisonment on Robben Island; banned on release; was a teacher in Cape Town.

Willem, Kolisile Stanford. Cape.

Wolfson, Israel: Secretary for Tailoring Industrial union and Treasurer of the Trades and Labor Council. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Wolpe, Harold Leornard: Johannesburg.

Woods, Donald James Christopher: NUSAS leader. Editor of “Daily Dispatch”. After the death in detention of his friend, Steve Biko, he gained wide publicity in condemning the death through his writing and giving talks throughout the country. His banning order was imposed as part of a widespread Government crackdown on individuals and organizations on 19 October 1977. He was thus prevented from continuing his editorship. He left the country via Lesotho in January 1978. He subsequently received wide publicity overseas, he addressed the UN Security Council on 26 January 1978 and called for economic boycotts against South Africa. He also published a book on Biko. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Wulana, Wotosa Solomon: Tsomo.

Wymers, Christopher: Detained and charged with Messrs. Ramrock and Hamilton. Banned after his release and subsequently left the country.

Xaba, Anton: Pietermaritzburg.

Xaba, Pauline: June 1965. Zola Township. Former Organizer for the Textile Workers Union. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Xamlashe, Simon: May 1963. 5 Sigcawu Street, Langa. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Xape, Fanele: Middledrift.

Xhobisa, Gladwell: Mount Frere.

Xinwe, Leslie Skhalangaye: Engcobo.

Xinwa, L.D: Fort Hare University graduate. Schoolteacher. Former prisoner on Robben Island. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Xozwa, Macdonald Temba: May 1967. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings

Yalezo, Tobeka Phillip: Banned for 2 years.

Yetta, Brendeta: Ordered to resign from Congress of Democrats. One of the 61 discharged from the treason trial.

Yalezo, Tobeka Phillip: Qumbu (Kraal Mahlungulu).

Yengwa, Massabalala Bonnie: Mapumulo.

Yinke, Gilbert Gile: Port Elizabeth.

Yonke, Gile: Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Zama, Florence Faith: Pinetown.

Zackon, Barney: Eastgate, 15 Redland Road, Milnerton. Banned for 5 years under the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from attending gatherings.

Zamindlela, Wilson: Medical Practitioner. Government Gazette Extraordinaire of September 20, 1968. Banned by ‘silencing clause’ of the Suppression of Communism Act. Prohibited from making written or verbal statements.

Zamva, James, alias Magmeli: Middledrift.

Zani, Thamsanqa: Zwelitsha. Publicity Secretary of the BPC; former General Secretary of SASO; detained in 1976; Less than one week after being banned was arrested for breaking his order by having a guest to dinner. Banned for 5 years under the Internal Security Act.

Zayo, Bebe: Umtata.

Zekani, William Ndoyisile: October 1968. Banned for 2 years under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Zicwele, Richard: Port Elizabeth.

Zikalala, Joseph alias Snuki: Johannesburg. November 1970. Banned under the Suppression of Communism Act from attending gatherings.

Zidlani, Fikile Gilbert: King Williamstown.

Zondi, Zanekile: Molteno.

Zono, Zanekile: August 1966.

Zuba, Christian: Lady Frere.

Zulu, Joshua Thembinkosi: Camperdown

Zulu Phakamile: Pondoland. Banished in 1959 and was in banishment for nearly 6 years.

Zulu, Nelson: Banished in 1959 from Nongoma.

Zulu, Phikane: Banished in 1959 from Nongoma.

Zuma Kalweni Albert: Banished. Forced to depart from Marion Hill.

Zuma, Nkosazana Edna: Durban.

 

Sources:

A.K. Docrat, cuttings material.
HRC Bulletin: August 1975
Black Sash Collection FILE: AE 862 Box: G. 26.1-6
SAIRR Report 1962
Race Relations News, April 1961
William Cullen Library Files, Wits University


1 response to Remember this? See if your name is not here …

  1. Noone supported this.

    Noone remembers this.

    Lets just move on.

    Besides, there is now reverse apartheid.

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