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NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Aba, LickardAct No. 44 of 1950 (Suppression of Communism Act) Section 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/8/1968Kentani
Abraham, Eric AntonyAct No. 44 of 1950 Section 9 (1)
29 Nov. 1976
30/11/1981Wynberg UCT graduate who had worked as a correspondent for the South African News Agency. The banning order set him under house arrest, where he was continuously harassed by unknown persons. The incidents included threatening phone calls. Abraham 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, Abduragman alias MaantjieAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/12/1974Cape Town
Abrahams, ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/8/1969Paarl
Adam, MagamonkeAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
30 June 1970
31/5/1972St. Marks
Adams, Dorothy SophieAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/8/1969Wellington
Adelman, Samuel EliasAct No. 44 o
f 1950 Section 9 (1) 30 June 1981
30/6/1986Johannesburg
Aderem, Alan ArnoldAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
25 March 1977
31/3/1982Restricted to Cape Town. House arrest: 7pm to 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 harbour or any black township.
Adler, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
5 May 1978
28/2/1983Restricted to Johannesburg Executive member and trustee of SACHED, an organisation founded in 1968 with the aim of raising educational standards and opportunities for Africans. Founder and director of Turret College, a correspondence educational organisation catering mostly for black students.
Aitchinson, John Jacques WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950 Section 9 (1)
28 April 1967
30 June 1971
30/4/1970 31/3/1976Pietermaritzburg
Ajam, AchmatAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/7/1971Salt River, Cape Town
Albertyn, Christopher JamesAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
1 Nov. 1976
31/10/1981Restricted to Durban. Honours graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand. Secretary of the Textile Workers Industrial Union, Durban; he was one of those banned in Nov. '76 along with 22 people involved in black trade unions, or research on black labour, or organisations offering advice and training to black workers. The organisations affected: Urban Trainig Project (UTP); Industrial Aid Society (IAS); Institute of Industrial Education (IIE); Wages Commission and Western Province Workers Advice Bureau; Trade Union Advisory and Co-ordinating Council (TUACC).
Alexander, Dorothy HazelAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
17 June 1969
30/4/1974rCape Province
Alexander, Dr. Neville EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
30 April 1974
30/4/1979Restricted to Cape Town. Graduate of UCT; awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Bursary to study in West Germany where he obtained his doctorate (Ph.D. in Philosophy); on his return he took a teaching post in Cape Town, was arrested in July'63; convicted of sabotage in April'64 as a member of an organisation associated with UMSA; sentenced to 10 years. imprisonment 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 reason 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 he relied on in banning Dr. Alexander; the Minister appealed against this ruling to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court which upheld his appeal; Alexander then worked as a clerk in a supermarket.
Alexander, Ray  Trade union leader, member of Communist Party. Launched the Federation of SA Women in the 1950's.
Alie, Mohammed Cassiem, alias Abil QaiseAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/5/1971Bellville
Altman, Phullis MiriamAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/8/1968Johannesburg
Andersson, Gavin MichaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)
1 Nov. 1976
31/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg. Organiser of MAWU, Jo'burg; involved in a strike of African workers at Heinemann Electric Factory in Germiston, where police attacked workers; he was subsequently prosecuted for incitement and fined R90; he was among those union organisers and others banned in Nov. '76 (see Albertyn). In Jan.'78 he was convicted of breaking his banning order by sending a letter to another banned person, Mr. Alpheus Mthetwa. He was sentenced to 6 months imprisonment suspended for 5 years.
Anthony, FrankAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)
5 April 1978
30/4/1983Restricted to Kraaifontein, Western Cape Member of UMSA and APDUSA; was convicted under the Terrorism Act in April 1972 in the trial of members of the African People's Democratic Union os S.A.(Apdusa) and sentenced to 6 years. imprisonment on Robben Island; banned on his release; formerly a teacher from Cape Town.
April, Maushe WellingtonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197131/8/1972Kentani
April, Maxim  Banished. Removed from Laingsburg
April, Nqubeni StanleyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
31/7/1968Willowvale
Arenstein, JacquelineAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967
31 August 1968
31 August 73
31 August 78
31/8/19683
1/8/1973
31/8/1978
1/8/1983
Restricted to Durban. Journalist; wife of Mr. Rowley Arenstein and mother of 2 daughters. One of the accused in the Treason Trial of 1955-1961; aquitted; banned for 5 yrs. since 1963; set under house arrest during nights and at weekends; convicted of breaking her ban by sitting in a coffee bar with three others; sentenced to seven days imprisonment in 1964; acquitted on appeal.
Arenstein, Roley IsraelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)
28 April 196730 June 1971
31/10/1975
31/10/1980
31/10/1967 31/10/1975 31/10/1980 31/10/1985Restricted to Durban. Attorney who defended many of those accused of political offences; (first banned in 1960?); active in the Congress of Democrats; served a 4 (5?)years. Prison sentence from 1966 for furthering the aims of communism; during his imprisonment he was struck off the roll of attorneys on application by the Secretary of Justice before a judge (in 1968?); banned on his release in 1970; banning order forbids him from working in any legal firm; worked as an insurance broker; his banning order includes house arrest conditions during the nights and at weekends.
Asvat, Mohamed FaroukAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)8 Nov. 197331/10/1978Restricted to Johannesburg Doctor from Fordsburg; brother to Mrs. Amina Cachalia, also banned.
Asvat, Zainap Ebrahim, alias S. Asvat, alias Abdool PatelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967
17 June 1969r
31/12/1968 31/12/1973Johannesburg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Baard, FrancisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197031/12/1967 30/9/1971Port Elizabeth. Banished Outstanding leader of women in the Eastern Cape, who endured years of political persecution, bans, detentions, solitary confinement and imprisonment. As a leader of the ANC Women's League and the Federation of SA Women she was brought to Johannesburg for the Treason Trial. She was banished from her old home in Port Elizabeth on her return from jail.
Baartman, Ben1959 A former ANC leader and textile operator of Worcester, banished in 1959 to Zululand. His wife died in 1960 and it was only after a storm of public protest that he was allowed to go home for 2 weeks to make arrangements for the future of his 4 children. He is the only man whose family is known to receive assistance from the Government. The Minister said in Parliament, "I did not send him away because he was a member of the ANC but for far more important reasons", but did not elaborate.
Bacola, Headman Stanford  Banished on the 19th June 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of 9 offenced, including extortion.
Badela, Sipho ArthurAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198031/1/1983.Port Elizabeth
Baginpofa, Headman Katini  Banished on the 11th April 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Was convicted of assault and found to be mentally unstable.
Baker, LewisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830/4/1973Benoni
Bala, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/10/1969St. Marks
Baleka, AaronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/3/1972Tsomo
Balfour, MabelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930 June 197131/1/1969
31/1/1971 31/1/1976.
Suicide - jumped/fell six floors down stairwell
Banca, Sangxeke AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)
28 April 1967(4/1/1967)
31/12/1968Lady Frere
Bangani, Arthur alias MqokeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Peddie
Bani, SilasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/3/1971Port Elizabeth
Baqwa, Dumo Jeffrey MartinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197430/9/1978Umzimkulu
Bardien, Mogamat TaufieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197131/1/197131/1/1976Cape Town
Barenblatt, YettaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Johannesburg
Barsel, Esther (nee Levin)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830/4/1973Johannesburg
Barsel, HymieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Johannesburg
Basela, RobinsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/9/1969Middledrift
Baskin, Jeremy MichaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Student at UCT and chairman of the Wages and Economics Commission of the SRC; editor of "Abasebenzi", a paper for workers; detained briefly under the General Law Amendment Act in August 1976 after a protest march by UCT students in support of Soweto students during the uprisings which began in June 1976 (see Albertyn).
Bastomsky, Saul JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1969Pietermaritzburg
Beck, Godfrey Kenneth, alias Ottie, alias BergAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1970Johannesburg
Befile, TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/4/1973Glen Grey
Beleni, MoshekileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/12/1973Lady Frere
Benene, Mantilini, alias FlenkeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Benjamin, Pixie OlgaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1968Johannesburg
Bennie, Alven NtenieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1967Port Elizabeth
Benson, MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1971Johannesburg
Bentele, Watu MiltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Steynsburg
Bernstein, Hilda  Member of the Communist Party. Launched the Federation of SA Women in the 1950's
Bernstein, LionelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg
Beto, Simon alias TahanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Cachalia, AminaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196927 Nov. 197330/11/1968
30/11/1973
30/11/1978
Restricted to Johannesburg.Collaborated with Helen Joseph in tracing and assisting those Africans who had been banished to remote areas in the early 1960’s; banned since 1963; Wife of Yusuf Cachalia and sister of Dr. Asvat.
Cachalia, AzharAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198130/6/1986Benoni
Cachalia, FirozAct No. 44 of 1950
Sec. 9 (1)
30 June 1981
30/6/1986Benoni
Cachalia, Yusaf AhmedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196717 June 19696 Nov. 197330/11/1968
30/11/1973
30/11/1978
Restricted to Johannesburg. Born 1915. A leading figure in the South African Indian Congress in the 1940’s and 1950’s; he was instrumental in bringing about African/Indian co-operation during the 1952 Defiance campaign. He was arrested several times for civil disobediance and convicted with 19 other leaders in the Defiance Campaign in Dec.’52, receiving a 9 month suspended sentence. He has been continuously under bans since 1953 and was under house arrest from 1963 to 1973. In 1963 his second wife, Amina, was issued with a banning order, making it necessary for them to obtain government permission to speak to one another.
Cajee, Dawood IsmailAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197030 June 197731/1/1969
31/1/1974
30/11/1978
Schweizer-Reneke
Cajee, Mohamed Amien IsmailAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Calata, James ArthurAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Cradock
Caleni, CharlesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Canca, Richard SydneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1968Idutywa
Carneson, FredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Cape Town
Carneson, SarahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1968Cape Town
Cassiem, AchmadAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030 June 198031/12/1974
31/12/1984
Cape TownWynberg
Ceba, Hoseman, alias MakayaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Ngqeleni
Cekisani, Bonisile JacobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198031/10/1984Port Elizabeth
Cekiso, Jackson Jamani, alias NyakatyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Engcobo
Cele, Bungo, alias JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1971Inanda
Cetu, ChurchillAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Cetyiwe, Obadiah XhamelaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197230/9/1973Engcobo
Chamile, Mokone Andrew, alias AndriesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1970Johannesburg
Channon, Charles PercivalAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1971Johannesburg
Charliman, Tommy NtoyakeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030/6/1972East London
Cheadle, Micheal HaltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/1/1979Durban
Chetty, Iyavar MoonsamyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1970Tongaat
Chetty, SaravananAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 Nov. 197330 June 198131/10/1978
31/12/1985
Restricted to Pietermaritzburg.Formerly chairman of the Pietermaritzburg branch of the Natal Indian Congress.
Chiloane, Abel TiphekoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 June 197830/6/1983Restricted to Seshego, Northern Transvaal. Served a 15-years. Prison sentence on Robben Isalnd for PAC activities; banned on release in June 1978. House arrest order restricted him between 6pm and 6am. Believed to have fled the country.
Chiloane, Ananias PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/6/1975Bosbokrand
Chiyi, SigubuduAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1969Durban
Choabi, Seretse Petrus, alias ModisaotsileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/12/1969Johannesburg
Choene, Mamokgalake Lesiba John  Banished. Order suspended.
Christopher, Dr. Zuleikha SarojinaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 19671964On March 31, 1965, she was given a suspended sentence for contravening her banning orders by attending a meeting. At the time she was a senior medical officer in charge of the Paediatrics unit at Clairwood Hospital. After the conviction, the Director of Hospital Services charged her with misconduct and she was dismissed. She appealed against the dismissal and in November 1965 the Durban Supreme Court set the dismissal aside.
Ciliza, DelaseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197931/3/1984Umlazi
Cindi, Edmund ButaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Benoni
Coangae, JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Kroonstad
Cohen, Gideon DenysAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)29th Nov. 197731/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town.Graduate of Rhodes University and post-graduate economics student at UCT associated with Wages Commission (see Albertyn).
Cooper, Sathasivan alias SathsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197328/2/1978Durban
Cooper, RevabalanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19. Sept. 197531/10/1978Restricted to Durban.Member of the Theatre Council of Natal and public relations officer of the BPC; brother of Saths Cooper, imprisoned; detained 25.9.1974 and held until 3.4.75; assaulted during detention; releases without being charged.
Copelyn, John AnthonyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Durban. Secretary of TUACC in Durban; assistant to the Textile Workers’ Industrial Union (see Albertyn).
Craighead, David HepburnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1970Johannesburg
Cranko, Robin PhilipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/5/1972Johannesburg
Cuba, Maboyisana BooysenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1969Umtata
Cunningham-Brown, Jeanette MargueriteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/1/1979Pietermaritzburg
Curtis, Jeanette EvaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Johannesburg. Sister of Neville Curtis, also banned. Archivist of SAIRR and formerly with workers’ advice scheme; previously she had worked voluntarily for the Industrial Aid Society in Jo’burg. During 1975 she was detained form Sep.-Nov. in connection with investigations resulting in the prosecution of the Breytenbach case. In June 1977 she married banned Mr. Marius Schoon at a secret wedding ceremony in Jo’burg. Mr. Schoon was formerly a political prisoner and served a 12 year. Sentence for sabotage. Exile
Curtis, Neville WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Cape TownFormer NUSAS leader who fled South Africa while under a banning order. Brother of also banned Jeanette Eva Curtis.
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Dadoo, Yusuf  Former President of the SA Indian Congress.
Dala, SigodongoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968King William’s Town
Dangala, Fizile Shadreck alias JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/11/1974Mdantsane
Dangor, Ahmed EbrahimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)4 Oct. 197331/10/1978Restricted to Johannesburg. National chairman of the Labour Youth Organisation; at the time of his ban was working in the Youth Department of the SAIRR in the Eastern Province. His banning order prevented him from continuing his youth work at the SAIRR.
Daniels, Edward JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 198030/4/196930/11/1984Wynberg Cape Town
Davis, David KennellyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Feb. 197431/1/1979Durban Trade union organiser. Former chairman of the Natal University student wages commission, which investigated African labour conditions. He left South Africa in 1974 and was granted political asylum in England.
Davis, Rev. Don John WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)13 April 197430/4/1979Restricted to Cape Town.Sentenced to 10 years. imprisonment for sabotage in April 1964 in connection with the bannes National Liberation Front (with Neville Alexander, also banned); served with a banning order and house arrest on his release.
Davis, Lionel BazilAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/4/1976Wynberg
Dawuse, SampukaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Dayeni, Mabibi PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/8/1974Lady Frere
Dayimani, NokekeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Dazana, Walter MzingisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/7/1969Tsolo
De Beer, David EdmondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/5/1977Johannesburg
Deleki, Wedweni, alias MaphununuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Kentani (Kraal Qombolo)
Denga, Luzuko BishopAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1970Johannesburg
Desai, Amina Suliman NagdeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)5 February 197831/1/1983Mrs. Desai was born around 1921 and lived in Roodepoort. She was sentenced to five years' imprisonment under the Terrorism Act in November 1972 along with Y.H. Essack and Indharasen Moodley. They were charged with furthering the aims of the ANC and SAC and conspiring with Ahmed Timol, who died in 1971 after falling from tenth floor of John Vorster Square. She was released on January 5, 1978.
Desai, Jivan Doolabh Govan, alias BarneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1969Durban
Desai, Rissik HiribaiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Cape Town
Desmond, Father Cosmas  Militant Roman Catholic priest, banned and put under house arrest for 5 years. because he published a book, The Discarded People, about the arbitrary mass removal of thousands of African people from areas on white-owned farms or outside white towns, where they had lived for generations. He had lived amongst the people, shared in the brutal hardship of lives which had been torn apart to fit the nationalist masterplan of a totally segregated South Africa. He assisted too in the making of a film for overseas about it.
Desmond, Patrick AnthonyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/5/1976Johannesburg
Dhladhla, Johannes NomandlaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1970Johannesburg
Dhlamini, Francis TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1968Verulam
Dhlamini, Martha LithaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197130/9/196930/9/1975Johannesburg
Dhlamini, Chief Mdibaniso  Banished on the 7 February 1955.Reasons for Deposition furnished by Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, exceeded his powers of jurisdiction, failed to assist police where necessary and generally conducted himself unsatisfactorily.
Dhlamini, Nontombi LucyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1968Durban
Dhlamini, StephenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 April` 197530/4/197530/4/1980Bulwer.Former National President of SACTU. Detained in 1963 and sentenced to 9 months imprisonment (six of which was suspended) for conviction of issuing a pamphlet “with intention to cuase friction between the races”. He was re-detained in terms of the 90-day provision and sentenced in April 1964 to 4 yrs. imprisonment for belonging to the ANC. Sentenced ruther in May 1965 to 2 years imprisonment for membership of the Communist Party. He has been banned since his release from prison in 1970. Detained in January’76 in connection with investigations which led to the 1976/77 Pietermaritzburg ANC trial (H. Gwala and others). When released he fled the country. In an interview on the BBC he alleged that he had been seriously assaulted while in detention.Exile
Dhlamini, Thompson  Banished. Order suspended.
Diale, NelsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330 June 197521 June` 197830/9/197430/9/197631/5/1983Restricted to Nebo, Northern Transvaal.Imprisoned on Robben Island for MK activities 1964-72; banned on release; detained early 1977 and charged in the Pretoria Twelve ANC Trial; acquitted with 5 others in April 1978 and subsequently re-banned.
Dick, Nancy GrahamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/5/1971Wynberg
Dick, Nelson TamsanqaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197230/4/1974Alice
Dick, SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1970Wynberg
Diedericks, LilyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Diko, RobertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/4/1975Port Elizabeth
Dindikazi, Mbungwa Gilson DindiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1970Port Shepstone
Dingane, TomAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Diniso, Zanomzi WelcomeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Willowvale (Kraal Ngabarana)
Diseko, MathewsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)Sept. 197330/9/1978Restricted to Johannesburg Former president of the Youth Organisation of SASM and a poet.Exile
Ditsego, RebeccaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1968Pretoria
Dlamini, Gilbert Capable RombaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1968Umlazi
Dlamini, Joseph Ntsikelelo alias MdlaloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972Queenstown
Dlevu, Johnson FaltenjwaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Dlomo, AlbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/3/1972Umlazi
Dlwati, BonisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Engcobo
Docrat, Abdul Khalek, alias Khalik MohamedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197030 June 197529 Oct. 197631/10/196931/10/197431/10/197631/10/1978Restricted to Durban. Banned since 1964. Bookseller by profession; his first banning order confined him to his one-roomed flat for 22 hours out of 24, allowing him to leave his flat for 2 hours daily to purchase goods for the booksellers business which he carried on there.
Dodo, FanelekileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/3/1969St. Mark’s
Dollie, Fatima NagdeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1969Johannesburg
Douwes-Dekker, Louis Charles GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)16 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg.Formerly employed by TUCSA and the Clothing Industry’s Industrial Council in the Transvaal; chairman of th UTP in Jo’burg and part-time lecturer in industrial sociology at Witwatersrand Univ.; also executive member of th SAIRR.
Doyle, Gerald AnthonyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1969Johannesburg
Doyle, Molly Irene (nee Anderson)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196831/10/1972Ficksburg
Dubani, RufusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Dubani, SikenkeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1969Mqanduli
Dube, FrederickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1969Durban
Dukada, Sisa AllenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1967Engcobo
Duma, Alfred MaphangaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197430/4/1976Emnambithi
Duncan, Florence LucellaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196931/12/196831/12/1973Johannesburg
Dwaba, Lungelo ShadrackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197931/3/1981Mdantsane
Dyani, Malcolm MbonisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197931/12/1983East London
Dyosini, Acting Headman Wilmot  Banished on the 1st of January 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Permitted the unauthorized settlement of a large number of squatters from the Ciskei in his location. Was weak and unreliable.
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Egert, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1971Cape Town
Ensor, Margaret PaulaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 April 197331/3/1978Cape Town
Ernst, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/4/1974Durban
Esakjee, Suliman MoosaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Essack, Abdool Kader HoosenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196931/5/196931/5/1974Pietermaritzburg
Essack, Abdool KarrimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1968Durban
Essack, Dr. Jassat EssopAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Essop, Mohamed SalimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 Oct. 197731/10/1982Restricted to Roodepoort. Medical student in Jo’burg; detained under the Terrorism Act in Oct.’71 together with Ahmed Timol who died in detention; taken to hospital in a semi-conscious state, suffering from head and body injuries and in a state of hysteria; on 26 Oct. the Pretoria Supreme Court granted an order against the police restraining them from furher assaulting Essop; the order was twice renewed, but the police refused to allow a doctor to examine Essop and continued to detain him incommunicado; in March ’72 charged, together with Amina Desai with conspiracy, furthering the aims of ANC and the SACP, and endangering the maintenance of law and order; Essop was sentenced to 5 yrs. imprisonment; banned on his release from prison in1977. Durban
Evans, David LlynAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197031/10/196830/11/1974Durban
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Faku, Chief  From the Transkei, removed to a government property in the Northern Transvaal.
Faku, EssieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972King William’s Town
Faku, MncidisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968King William’s Town
Faleni, BonakeleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Nkwenkwana Location
Faleni, NhoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Nkwenkwana Location, Engcobo
Fani, Letsea, alias McDonaldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Fort Beaufort
Faniso, Tembile FelixAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1968Burgersdorp
Fanti, WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/10/1974Stutterheim
Favish, Judith ShamithAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Literacy project worker with the Western Province Workers’ Advice Bureau which assists workers in Cape Town; in Sept. ’76 several staff members of the Bureau were detained -one, Luke Mazwembe, died in detention; later Favish was banned.
Feketshana, Mashwabata AltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/8/1969Libode
Femela Wilson MahlukanisoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Feni, Blackie YameniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(23/2/1966)31/12/1968Glen Grey
Ferus, John Marinus, alias HennieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197131/3/196931/1/1976Worcester
Fihla, Nkosinathi BensonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)14 January 197831/1/1983Port Elizabeth. Sentenced to 14 years imprisonment in 1964 for ANC activities. Banned on his release from Robben Island.
Filita, Samuel BonakeleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Fineberg, Anne (nee Nicholson)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196831/7/1972Germiston
Finkelstein, Joseph Victor BerylAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(20/1/1967)29/2/1972Johannesburg
Fischer, Bram  First National President of Congress of Democrats.
Flegg, Eric GordonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1971Wynberg
Fletcher, Mellville JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Durban
Forman, SadieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1970Cape Town
Frankish, John GavinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 19773 Jan. 197731/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Engineering graduate from University of Natal; fomer member of NUSAS national executive; former president of the Durban SRC; final year medical student at UCT at the time of his ban and involved in the work of the Wages Commission in 1973/74 (see Albertyn). He was given special permission to complete his medical studies while under his banning order.
Friedland, Helmut JuliusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197031/10/196931/10/1974Johannesburg
Funani, Mfana MatthewAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Fundanga, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Fusa, Kosemtu JacksonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197131/10/1972Glen Grey
Fuyani, DixonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197128/2/1973Glen Grey
Fuzile, Mxolisi JacksonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 November 197730/11/1982Mdantsane, East London.
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Gabriels, Ernest JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1969Cape
Gacula, ColemanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Langa
Gaetsewe, John TaeloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Gaika, Aaron KukuduAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967311/5/1968Wynberg
Gajula, SamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971East London
Galeni, ZityotiniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/5/1976Umtata
Gane, Gillian HilaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1971Krugersdorp
Ganyile, Daniel Mapange alias DanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Bizana
Ganyoti, MpilwayikanjwaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Bizana
Gasa, David SipononoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 Dec. 197630/11/1981Restricted to Umlazi, near Durban. Director of the Umlazi Residents’ Association. Detained 18 Aug’76, released on 21 Dec’76 and served with a banning and house arrest order. He was redetained on 10 June’77 and subsequently charged with Mr. George Sithole, with breaking his banning order. In Jan.’78 he was sentenced to 5 moanths imprisonment on each of 4 counts of caontravening his banning order. All but 4 days of each sentence was suspended for 5 years. His application for appeal was refused.
Gaso, MargaretAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Springs
Gazides, Dr. ConstantinosAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/9/1971Johannesburg
Gawe. Stephen Pandule, alias PopsieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968King William’s Town
Gcabatshe, Posselt HardyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/6/1969Dannhauser
Gcadana, Zithobile EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Keiskammahoek
Gcezengela, Gerry alias MlungisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Gcina, DanielAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196828/2/1973Port Elizabeth
Gcobo, Matoto FrankAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197930/4/1981Mdantsane
Gelb, GertrudeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197031/10/196931/10/1974Johannesburg
Getse, SineAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/12/1971King William’s Town
Gila, Mlutu HudsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Engcobo
Giyama, SidlwanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969St. Mark’s
Giyose, Mallet PumeleleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1970Johannesburg
Godfrey, OldjohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Krugersdorp
Godongwana, Nontana NelsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969St. Mark’s
Goeieman, Mittah, alias GoiloangAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Kimberley
Gogela, Maroti RiseholmeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Tsomo
Goldberg, Dennis TheodoreAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Cape Town
Goldberg, Victor SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg
Gomas, John StephenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730/4/1970Cape Town
Goniwe, GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Glen Grey
Gopal, DahyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730/6/1970Residensia
Gopal, DahyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730/6/1970Residensia
Gosschalk, Bernard LouisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/4/1971Wynberg
Gosschalk, RuthAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Wynberg
Govinder, Soobramoney, alias JackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196731/1/1969Durban
Gqabi, JoeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 197631/8/1977Johannesburg
Gqirana, Mongameli MobbsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 197631/12/1977Port Elizabeth
Gqirana, VioletAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/9/1969Port Elizabeth
Gqola, FrederickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/12/1975Mount Fletcher
Gqosha, John PofulaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/8/1969Engcobo
Gqosha, Nyawozake LennoxAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/8/1969Engcobo
Gumede, Archibald JacobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1968Pietermaritzburg
Gumede, Constance, alias MalingaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196931/12/196831/12/1973Durban
Gumede, Masakeni  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Gunquluza, Hendisini AndersonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197029/2/1972Willowvale
Gwabeni, JoelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 Dec. 197331/12/1978Restricted to Herschel, Cape (Transkei)Convicted for sabotage committed in Nov. ’64, and sentenced to a prison sentence of seven-and-a-half yrs in 1966; was a member of the PAC; banned on his release.
Gwadana, BuchananAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Gwala, Temba HarryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197231/8/196830/6/1977Pietermaritzburg
Gwaru, NtshizaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/12/1971Glen Grey
Gwentshe, Alcott Skei  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Gwentshe, Mzimkulu alias DabanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1970Sec. 9 (1) 11 July 197431/8/197130/6/1979East London Mdantsane Former Robben Island prisoner. Sentenced in 1964 to 5 years. for being a member of the ANC. Bannied since his release. Detained in terms of the Terrorism Act on 19 May’76. On 28 August he was transferred to prevetative detention in terms of section 10 (1) (a) bis of the Internal Security Act. He was released without being charged on 20 Dec.’76. He was an executive member of the National African Youth Organisation (NAYO) and co-founder of the Mdantsane Cultural Association. In June 1977 he was convicted of breaking his banning order but while on bail he went missing and was presumed to have left the country.
Gwija, Tyagi SerealAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Gxashe, Bonisile MiltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968King William’s Town
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Hain, Adelaine FlorenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1968Pretoria
Hain, Walter VannetAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1969Pretoria
Hamilton, Weizman WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)24 May 197630/4/1981Johannesburg. Member of AFRO (Anti-Collaboration Front). Detained in Feb’75 with Mr. Christopher Wymers and Mr. Johnny Ramrock. All3 were charged on 20 Nov’75 in terms of the Terrorism Act, alternatively the Suppression of Communism Act. They were alleged to have conspired to have brought about change by violent means. They were granted bail and the case was remanded to 15 March ’76 on which date the State withdrew the charges. They were immediately redetained in terms of the Terrorism Act. They were released from detention by June’76, banned and subsequently fled the country to Botswana.
Hanabe, Simon TembileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/7/1972East London
Harber, Eric StanchellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1969Grahamstown
Harmel, MichaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Johannesburg
Harmel, RayAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/11/1967Johannesburg
Hashe, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Hashe, ViolaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Roodepoort
Hashe, WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972Middledrift
Hassim, EnverAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Durban
Hassim, Goolam Nabbie Abdullah, alias Goolam NabieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1969Johannesburg
Hassim, KaderAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198030/4/1985Pietermaritzburg
Hayes, Stephen Thromp WynnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/5/1977Durban
Head, HaroldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1969Cape Town
Heleni, TembisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Heleni, ThozamileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Hemson, Christopher David LouAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Feb. 197431/1/1979Durban trade unionist active at the time of his banning in organising black trade unions. He had graduated from Durban University and was one of the founder members of the Natal University Wages Commission.Exile
Henda, AgrippusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/5/1972Cofimvaba
Hendricks, Hanana HighmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/10/1969Kentani
Hendricks, RonaldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1969Wynberg, Cape
Hendriks, Gordon FrederickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/4/1976Bellville
Heyman, IsaacAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197131/5/1976Johannesburg
Heynes, EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Hill, Jean FarreAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1970Durban
Hina, NosizaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(4/4/1967)31/3/1969Port Elizabeth
Hina, Sipo FieldenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/9/1969Port Elizabeth
Hirson, Bertram MartinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 Nov. 197331/12/1978Johannesburg Former lecturer in physics at the University of the Witwatersrand. Sentenced in 1964 to nine years. imprisonment for sabotage. He was banned immediately after completion of his sentence. He left South Africa for England in Dec. 1973.
Hitchins, Laura StellaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1970Johannesburg
Hjul, Peter DonaldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Cape Town
Hlamandane, Mhlabuvelile  Groblersdal Banished
Hlatswayo, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930/11/196830/11/1973Johannesburg
Hlatswayo, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930/11/196830/11/1973Johannesburg
Hlekani, John Ndabeni, alias JanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1969Cradock
Hlekani, StanfordAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/12/1974Mdantsane
Hliso, Thozamile, alias IsmaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Hlongwa, Simon RuraAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1970Port Shepstone
Hlongwane, Mhlupeki  Banished
Hlonyane, Esrom (or Thlanyana)  Banished
Hobe, Charles MangalisoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196828/2/1970Potchefstroom
Hobo, Titi KleyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Hobulongwe, Headman  Banished on the 1st November of 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of accepting a bribe and failing to report a faction fight. Did not fulfil his functions properly.
Hodgson, Jach  24 hours house arrest for 5 years.
Hodgson, Percy JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Johannesburg
Hodgson, RicaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg
Hoffenberg, Dr. RaymondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/7/1972Wynberg
Hofmeyr, William AndrewAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Economics graduate of UCT and executive member of the Wages Commission there (see Albertyn). Editor of Umanyano, an newspaper for workers.
Hoogendyk, Jan Hendrik HofmeyerAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Cape Town
Horn, PatriciaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg Education Officer with the IIE in Durban, a service organisation for black trade unionists engaged in literacy projects for black workers (see Albertyn).
Huna, Bernard MandlaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Wynberg, Cape
Hurzuk, Abdurahman EbrahimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1971Cape Town
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Issacs, Emmanuel
 
 Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/1/196931/1/1974Durban
Isaacs, Henry EricAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/7/1978Elsie’s RiverFormer SASO president and student at the UWC.Exile
Isaacs, Sedick (Cedrick)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Sep. 197730 June 198030/9/197930/9/1984Restricted to Cape Town. Teacher from Cape Town; sentenced in 1964 to 12 years imprisonment for sabotage; was a member of UMSA; banned on his release.
Ismail, EbrahimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197928/2/1981Pinetown
Issel, John JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)2 Oct. 197330 June 198130/9/197831/10/1983Restricted to Cape Town Student at UWC and former regional secretary of SASO until banned in 1973; detained in 1974 and held for 146 days; detained again from August to December ’76 (see Carolus).
Itholeng, John MahokoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1967Kimberley
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Jacobs, Cyril WallaceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197031/8/196931/8/1974Wynberg
Jacobs, Joseph, alias JusefAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1970Durban
Jacquesson, Alphonse Joseph, alias Salem SaleyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 17 June 196931/12/196831/12/1973Krugersdorp
Jafta, LungeloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972King William’s Town
Jakavula, Hubert KwayiyoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)April 197630/4/1978Restricted to Peddie, Cape.Formerly a member of the ANC; sentenced in 1965 to 14 yrs imprisonment on charges of having undergone military training outside South Africa; banned on his release.
Jama, Ernest SiphiwoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1970Engcobo
Jana, Devikarani PriscillaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198031/8/1984Johannesburg
January, CharlieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/1/1975Mdantsane
Jassat, Essop Essack alias Jassat Essop EssackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/1/1974Johannesburg
Jewell, Gillian ElsieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196729/2/1968Cape Town
Jinta, HolidayAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197630/6/1978Restricted to Lady Frere, Transkei. Former Robben Island prisoner; released in July 1976 and served with a banning order.
Jojo, Ntlabati  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Jonas, Joseph alias SilotyiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972Queenstown
Jonas, Tembani SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(7/12/1966)31/10/1968Taung
Jonas, Yanda FrederickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968King William’s Town
Jones, Cyril SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1970Johannesburg
Jones, Peter CyrilAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197928/2/1984Somerset West
Jordaan, Michael MathewAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)10 May 197830/4/1983Restricted to Kroonstad (although his home was in Eldorado Park, Jo’burg. Former member of the BPC and connected with the banned Thusaneng Trust Fund established to help the families of detainees and political prisoners; detained for 3 months in 1976 and for 4 months in 1977.
Joseph, Helen Beatrice MayAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830 June 198031/10/196731/10/197230/6/1982Johannesburg
Josie, Mervyn JayaprakashAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 August 197331/7/1978Restricted to Durban Administrative officer of SASO; theology correspondence student with the University of South Africa; banned with other student leaders in 1973. Exile
Joyi, Anderson  Banished on 31 March ’78; required to leave his home in the Mputi location near Umtata and settle with his family in the Mtingwevu location of Cofimvaba district; member of the Transkei National Assembly representing Paramount Chief Dalindyebo.
Joyi, Chief Bangilizwe  Banished on 31 March 1978 and required to settle at Mahlungulu in the district of Qumbu.
Joyi, Twalimfene GobinamboAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/3/1976Banished to the dreary Kuruman country on the edge of the Kalahari desert.
Judge, NtantisoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Molteno
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Kaba, Stanley BobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930 June 197031/5/1968
31/5/1970
31/5/1972
King William’s Town
Kahla, James NqogiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/3/1971Glen Grey
Kalipa, Enoch, alias GegeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Kalipa, NqabisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/5/1972Glen Grey
Kamase, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Lady Frere
Kame, William MzufaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/6/1970Port Elizabeth
Kani, Sicelo HarryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/12/1969Port Elizabeth
Kantyo, SidwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/9/1969East London
Kanyi, Mbongeni ClementAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/7/1969Pinetown
Kaptain, Sonwabo Norman, alias NtchilibeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1971Johannesburg
Kathrada, Ahmed MohamedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg House arrest: 12 hours on working days and 24 hours at the weekend, no visitors an any time and the restrictions on attending gatherings.
Kasrils, RonaldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Durban
Kati, JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/1/1974Engcobo
Kay, JoanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Wynberg
Kayingo, Ndondomzi PhangileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/6/1969Glen Grey
Kazi, Dr. Azizullakhar BahlolkhamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196929/2/196831/12/1973Johannesburg
Keegan, Clive William ArthurAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Cape Town
Keke, Zolile HamiltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197430/11/1975Mdantsane
Kenke, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1969Herschel
Kepe, LungileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/7/1970Port Elizabeth
Keraan, Sulaiman, alias SollieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1970Cape Town
Ketani, ChristopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/10/1974Kentani
Kgaswane, GideonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Kgokong, Mpotseng JairusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197931/12/1983Soweto Former Transvaal regional secretary, SASO.
Khabele, Jantjie JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Kimberley
Khabincha, Aaron SakiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/6/1972Engcobo
Khanyile, Elson Khulekani, alias AllisonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Durban
Khanyile, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974New Hanover
Khoapa, Bennie KhoapaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 15 Oct. 1973 31 July 197831/8/197831/8/1978Restricted to Durban Former director of the BPC; editor of Black Review 1972; in May 1976 charged with breaking his banning order and given a suspended sentence.
Khowa, SikhumbuzoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Molteno
Khoza, AronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Khoza, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950 11 Sept. 197631/9/1981Restricted to the Giyami district of Gazankulu, Transvaal. Alleged member of Poqo; charged in Jo’burg in Dec.1963 with recruiting for military purposes, conspiring to acquire explosives and possessing shotgun cartridges; sentenced in June 1964 to 12 years. imprisonment; banned on his release.
Khunyeli, Samuel SefofaneAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Kikia, Cassim, alias Kitty, alias NakoodaAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1969Dundee
Kiti, Fikile AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Kiva, VumisileAct No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969St. Mark’s
Kiviti, Mxolisi DesmondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968King William’s Town
Klaassen, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Molteno
Kloppenburg, Theodore JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Durban
Kobo, William MweliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 19696 Nov. 197330/11/197330/11/1978Restricted to Dimbaza, Cape. Sentenced in 1964 to 9 years. imprisonment for ANC activities, (reduced to 3 years. on appeal), and first banned on release from prison in 1968.
Kodesh, WolfAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Johannesburg
Koka, KgalusheAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1978Johannesburg
Kolobi, HermanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 Potchefstroom
Komani, James NongameliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Glen Grey
Komanisi, Edmund, alias LuvukwoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969Idutywa
Komsana, JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/8/1969Engcobo
Kopane, Isaac RanthibaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Rustenburg
Kopase, Malose EphraimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Korasie, Ndosi DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Kepton Park
Kotane, Moses  24 hours house arrest order for 5 years.
Kotze, the Rev. TheodoreAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 197731/10/1982Claremont, Cape Town. Cape regional director of the Christian Institute. In Feb.’78 he was charged with attending a gathering for preaching at the Rondebosch Congregational Church on 6 Nov.’77. Charges against him were dropped on 16. March. He fled the country in July 1978.
Kubeka, Sipho AndriesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 November 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg. Secretary of MAWU in Jo’burg; member of the IAS providing educational and legal facilities to workers; in March ’76 involved in a confrontation between workers and police at Heinemann Electric Factory at Germiston; prosecuted for incitement to riot and fined R45; banned with other trade union workers in 1976 (see Albertyn).
Kubheka, Sibongile AlbertinaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 12 May 197731/3/1982Restricted to KwaMashu, Durban Detained under the Internal Security Act from August to December ’76, and banned on her release; was on staff of the SASO office in Durban.
Kuena, Paul M.M.  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Kula, Nqutyana JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Steynsburg
Kumalo, Joseph  Banished
Kumalo, Phukwane, alias JerryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Pinetown
Kunene, Bonginkosi, alias EliasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Verulam
Kunene, Jeremiah LindaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031/3/197030/11/1971Johannesburg
Kupe, Fosi WinslowAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Tsomo
Kwantuy, MagunyanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Umtata
Kweyi, John MamkeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970 
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
La Guma, BlancheAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Wynberg
Lamolo, John  Banished, died in banishment the 1 April 1959.
Lande, Lennox DilizaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1969Johannesburg
Langa, Benjamin JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 8 Oct. 197330/9/1978Durban Former student at Fort Hare; acting general secretary SASO at time of ban; detained for 12 months from Oct .’74 following a pro-Frelimo rally in Durban; his ban prohibits him from attending gatherings only.
Lapinsky (nee Barsel), SheilaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Cape Town
Laredo, John EppanandosAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030/11/1974Pretoria
Lawana, Nontsokolo IdaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/9/1971King William’s Town
Lazar, Ruth Woodburn (nee Hayman)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1971Johannesburg
Lebekoe, Tom  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Lebogang, Headman Robinson  Banished on the 18th December 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of assault with intent to grievous bodily harm, and generally conducted himself unsatisfactorily without considering the interest of his followers.
Leeuw, Jeremiah BaidenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/6/1977Witsieshoek
Lee-Warden, Leonard BartAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Cape Town
Lekalakala, AlbanusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Johannesburg
Lekoto, MerementsiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Johannesburg
Lepee, Salanyane StefaansAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/9/1971Harrismith
Le Roux, Philippe Anthony DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Cape Town
Lesia, Mildred ManduAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Wynberg
Letlalo, Petrus WillemAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197028/2/197028/2/1972Johannesburg
Levetan, Laura JeanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197930/11/1983Cape vice-President of SRC at Cape Town University and executive member of NUSAS.
Levy, LeonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196829/2/196830/4/1973Johannesburg
Levy, NormanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197030/4/1973Johannesburg
Lewis, Jack PhilipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town Student at Rhodes University; detained in Oct.’76; gave evidence in a trial at Grahamstown in Nov. ’76 when Sydney Zotwana and 2 others were convicted of distributing leaflets urging African Workers to stay at home; at end of trial Lewis was served with a banning order. Member of the UCT Students’ Wages and Economics Commission.
Limbada, Dr. A. I.Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Msinga
Lindwa, Shortman MgangateAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/7/1972Cofimvaba
Lingisi, Joel  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Lion, Solomon David  Banished
Lithako, Jim  Banished
Lolwane, Beauty  Banished in early 1978 so she could not stay at Mdantsane or any area in the Ciskei; member of Chief Sebe’s ruling Ciskei National Independence Party; mother of seven childeren.
Loots, Hermanus Gabriel, alias HarryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1969Johannesburg
Loza, Elijah NkwenkweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196823 Nov. 197630/4/1968
30/4/1970
31/10/1981
Wynberg, Langa. Born 1918.An African trade unionist of long standing; formerly secretary of the African Commercial and Distributive Workers Union in Cape Town and Western Cape, and chairman of SACTU; detained in 1963, and held for nearly 7 months before appearing with 44 others charged with ANC membership; convicted and sentenced to 6 yrs. imprisonment, but on appeal the convition was quashed; was then place under 24 hour house arrest; subsequently spent the rest of his life under banning orders, which were renewed for a 3rd term in 1976; in May’77 detained under the Terrorism Act possibly in connection with the trial of Christmas Tinto and died in hospital while still under detention on 2nd August.
Lubeko, GilbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(8/12/1966)30/11/1968Herbert
Lubuzo, Acting Headman Frank  Banished on the 1st September 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of being in possession of 8 and a half bags of dagga.
Lucas, Jusuf, alias JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1969Cape Town
Ludidi, Zulani MagabeniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Umtata
Lukele, Andrew ManqunteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1969Johannesburg
Lungile, LydiaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/12/1971East London
Lupondwana, Rex DingaanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196931/12/1973Cradock
Lushaba, Dumudumu AlpheusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Pinetown
Luthuli, Albert JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 195428 April 196731/5/1969Natal Former President General of the ANC. Chosen by his people in the Groutville Reserve in Natal to be their chief. When he was elected Natal President of the ANC and because he supported and led the Definace Campaign the Government dismissed him from his chieftainship. In July 1954 he was banned, the order forbidding him to attend any gatherings or be away from his home area in Natal.
Luthuli, Phendulani EvottAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Inanda
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Mabandla, Brigitte Sylvia (nee Nqoma)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197631/10/1978Pinetown Organiser with SAIRR.Exile
Mabandla, Lindelwa MtutuzeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/10/1978Durban Former SASO vice-president and BPC member. In 1975 restricted with his wife Brigitte Mabandla to Tsolo area, Transkei. Exile
Mabasa, LybonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto
Mabe, Abel  Banished. Order onconditionally withdrawn.
Mabe, David Thloloyane  Banished, died in banishment on the 2nd february 1959.
Mabe, Acting Chief Jeremiah Rakoko  Banished on the 27th January 1967. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Dereliction of duty over number of years, caused unrest and division in tribe, failed to see to education of heir and was generally guilty of unsatisfactory conduct.
Mabe, Levi  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Mabe, Ntloe  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Maboee, EleazerAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Brakpan
Mabongo, WashingtonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331/8/1974Xalanga
Maboza, Mackay Gaza, alias Makay MaboyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1968Idatywa
Mabukela, Piet  Banished, died in banishment the 25 November 1954.
Maci, James  Banished
Madaka, MbuyiseloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/12/1983Port Elizabeth
Madaka, Mzimazi EricAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Madapu, Magade  Vryburg Banished
Madikane, BiltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971King William’s Town
Madikane, JackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Dimbaza
Madikizela, Cameron Mbulelo, alias GanuzaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197231/3/196930/4/1974JohannesburgBizana
Madlaka, QuyuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Mquanduli
Madlebe, Mpumelelisi SynodAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Tsomo
Madola, MemoryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Madumo, Ndakie SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/6/1970Pretoria
Maduna, Mncedisi AbednegoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/10/1975Mount Ayliff
Madupa, Magade (or Vilile)  Banished
Mafanya, Welcome ZolileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196928/2/1971East London
Mafekeng, Elizabeth1959 Mother of 11 children, banished in 1959 from Paarl in the Cape to a remote government farm in the Kuruman district. She refused to go there, to take her 11 children to that desolate place. She fled to Lesotho, yet as a refugee not materially better off, for Lesotho was a desperately poor country. Most of her family joined her, but life was a hard struggle for existence. According to the Minister, she had associated with Communists overseas and had “made it her task to incite the Bantu and Coloured peoples against the Whites and to encourge them to break the law,” but she was never charged in Court. She was a Vice-President of the ANC Women’s League and President of the African Food and Canning Workers’ Union.
Mafenuka, Daniel alias DarkyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Dimbaza
Mafoka, Ras Thomas  Banished. Order suspended.
Mafuna, Bokwe JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1978Johannesburg
Mafuta, ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Brakpan
Magani, Mashamba Christopher, alias ShabalalaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Pietermaritzburg
Magoba, Stanley MmutlayaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(12/1/1967)31/12/1968Nebo
Magqabi, Cecil alias TozamileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 197131/8/197031/8/1972Port Elizabeth
Magqwara, Sipho LennoxAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Qumbu
Magubane, Sexford PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Maguvanya, Ntsikelelo  Removed from Zwelitsha to Mdantsane near East London in September 1976.
Maharaj, Sathyandranath RagunananAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 Dec. 197631/12/1981Durban. Convicted in 1964 of sabotage as a member of Umkhonto we Sizwe in the “Little Rivonia” trial and sentenced to imprisonment for 12 years. He was released from Robben Island in Dec’76 and immediately served with a banning and house arrest order. He had difficulty in finding a job. An application on his behalf for a relaxation of his restrictions to enable him to accept a job with a firm of attorneys was turned down by the chief magistrate of Durban. He escaped from South Africa in July’77 and was reported to be working for ANC in London.
Mahbuda, AdelaideAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/10/1969Port Elizabeth
Mahlangu, Mqothwa LucasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/7/1975Pretoria
Mahlawula, Hlengani JacksonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Mahoko, Emily SesiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1970Johannesburg
Mahomed, Ebrahim VallyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Natal
Mahungu, Elliot LungileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Cradock
Mahuwa, John, alias ThozamileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Make, Vusumzi  Banished
Majadibodu, HermanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(31/3/1967)31/3/1969Krugersdorp
Majeke, PumzileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 16 Oct. 197531/10/1978Restricted to the small village of Qumbu, Transkei.Regional secretary of SASO in Natal in 1974; local chairman of the SASO branch at Fort Hare University in 1972-73; detained in Oct. ’74 and held for 5 months; released without charge and banned in 1975.
Majija, Hammington SilulamiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Wynberg
Majoka, Lindekile LivingstoneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Zwelitsha
Majoka, Lindekile LivingstoneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Zwelitsha
Majola, Florence ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1971Johannesburg
Majola, KwazokwakeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968New Hanover
Makalima, Matthews MfenguAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 197730/4/1982Restricted to Victoria East. Convicted in Pretoria in 1963 with James Chirwa and 5 others for leaving the country without travel documents with the intention of undergoing military training with the ANC; sentenced to 2 years. imprisonment in April’63, but in October of the same year he was sentenced to 20 years. for the same offence under new legislation enacted that year; on appeal the sentence was reduced to 12 years.; banned on release in 1977 (see Malgas).
Makaringa, JulyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Makati, NgqukuvaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1970Ngqeleni
Makele, George KolisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972East London
Makeleni, MakhinziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Johannesburg
Makgalemela, MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1969Pretoria
Makgato, Ruben  Banished
Makgothi, Henry GordonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/6/1973Pretoria
Makgothi, Lancelot, alias Zekopanye, alias LekopanyeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1969Johannesburg
Makiti, Ikabot MolefeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/11/1970Vereeniging
Makohliso, Lusisi CharlesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196828/2/1970Qumbu
Makubalo, WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Victoria East
Makuto, HubertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Benoni
Makwabe, Nisbet MzwandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/5/1973Middledrift
Makwabe, Tengile TerenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Makwetu, Mlamli ClarenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/5/1970St. Mark’s
Malele, ElmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196928/2/196928/2/1971Johannesburg
Maleoa, Stephen RakhosiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johanesburg
Malgas, Billy MvusoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/8/1972Glen Grey
Malgas, ErnestAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 197730/4/1982Restricted to Port Elizabeth Convicted in Pretoria in 1963 with James Chirwa and 5 others with leaving the country travel documents with the intention of undergoing military training with the ANC; sentenced to 2 years. in April’63, but in Oct. of the same year he was sentenced to 20 years. for the same offence under new legislation enacted that year; on appeal the sentence was reduced to 12 years. (see Makalima); banned on release in 1977.
Mali, Freddie FezileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Queenstown
Malindi, Zolile, alias ZollieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196831/1/196831/1/1973Wynberg, Cape
Mall, Hassim EbrahimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1967Durban
Malows, Gabriella Marie Leontine (now Kraft)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1969Johannesburg
Malusi, George MtumniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Malusi, McGregor ZamaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(28/11/1966)31/10/1968Nqamakwe
Mamogobo, Thoko PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(2/2/1967)31/1/1972Johannesburg
Mampie, Johannes MoleheAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Kimberley
Mampunye, Meshack GilbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Keiskammahoek
Manamela, Frans, alias LesibaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Manana, Perry SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1970Durban
Manase, JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Manci, Bambela AloisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Johannesburg
Mancoko, Livingstone, alias MaziziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/10/196831/10/1970Port Elizabeth
Mandela, NelsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 195628 April 1967March 1961 1/10/1967Johannesburg Former Transvaal president of ANC and President of ANC Youth League.
Mandela, Nomzamo WinnieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197128 Dec. 197628/2/197030/9/197531/12/1981Restricted to Brandfort, Orange Free State.Social woker, 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 ’67 with breaking her ban and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment, all but 4 days suspenden; detained under the Terrorism Act in ’69; twice tried and twice acquitted after 15 months in detention; banned and partially house arrested after the second acquittal; frequently harassed by Security Police; sentenced in March ’71 to 12 monthsimprisonment for communicating with another banned person, sentence of 12 months confirmed in ’74 but reduced to 6 months on appeal; ban expired in September ’75; bcame leading member of Soweto Black Parents’ Association after 16 June 1976; detained in terms of the Internal Security Act in Oct. ’76; released in Dec. ’76; banned again on her release; restricted to Orlando; in May ’77 restricted to Brandfort location 30 miles from Bloemfontein where her house had no electricity or sanitaion; confined to the house from dawn to dusk and at weekends; she loses her salary and had no prospect of employment; the Security Police continue to harass her daily, in August ’77 again charged with breaking her ban, by receiving visitors at 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.
Mandindi, Xhali JacobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/7/1972Queenstown
Mangena, Mosibudi AaronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 2 Oct. 197831/10/1983Umlazi
Mangope, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Manisi alias Mansi, Mparolo OriaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197531/8/1976Lady Frere
Mankayi, Stukuna PasmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Manqina, Douglas ThandatuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1967Nyanga East
Mantente, Headman Kedamile  Banished on the 24th February 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of being in posession of more than 150 lb. of dagga. Generally unreliable.
Mantshani, Acting Headman Sipoti  Banished on the 19th September 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of perjury. Did not provide good example expected from a headman.
Mantsoe, Mantela  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Manyube, Tandekile ZaccheausAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/5/1969Glen Grey
Manzi, GladysAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 197931/1/196931/1/197431/3/1984DurbanUmlazi
Mapanga, Bekizwe RusselAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 197931/5/197431/3/1984UmzintoUmlazi
Mapapu, Mncedisi EnochAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Cofimvaba
Maphaqo, Mahluko SaulAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Steynsburg
Maphumulo, MsizeniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/3/1984Inanda
Mapitse, Andrew MokoinikiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Kimberley
Maponya, SelbourneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1974Pietersburg
Maqana, Patric Fenele alias Patic TshakaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/8/1970Port Elizabeth
Maqaza, Kikiki HenryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Maqina, Rev. Mzwandile EbenezerAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 July 197731/3/1982Restricted to Port Elizabeth. Former schoolteacher. President of the African Independent Churches Association as well as being a playwright. He wrot e a popular township play, “Give us this day”, which was banned in terms of the Publicationa Act. He was on his way to Umtata to stage his second play “The Trial”, when a banning order was served on him. His house arrest order required him to stay at home from 6pm to 6am every day. His banning was widely condemned by black writers and artists. He was arrested early in 1978 and charged with contravening his banning order. A bail application on his behalf was refused. The police indicated they were holding him in solitary confinement because of his banning order. In April he was convicted of 4 our of 7 counts to which he pleaded guilty. He was detained with several others on the eve of the anniversary of Steve Biko's death.
Maqubela, MdandalazaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Willowvale (Kraal Nqabarana)
Maqungo, Joshua MachubandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/4/1972Glen Grey
Maqungu, Bellington MncedisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Nqamakwe
Maranjana, Stanley KekanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/6/1973Cala
Maredi, Kgagudi  From the Royal Kraal in Sekhukhuniland banished twice to Kingwilliamstown. His banishment order had been brought by a colonel of the South African police, escorted by several vanloads of armed police. Like all the other banishment orders, it simply stated that his removal was in the interest of peace and good order - no details whatsoever.
Marie, BaptisteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 11 July 197731/5/1982Restricted to Durban. Former University of Durban-Westvile student. Expelled with 3 colleagues from the university in 1972 after a class boycott in support of the formation of a students’ representative council. Son-in-law of banned Durban sociologist, Fatima Meer, also banned. Research officer with the Institute for Black Research and a member of the editorial board of “Challenge”; detained under the Internal Security Act from 18 August to 28 December ’76. He successfully wrote his final year BA examination while in detention. He was charged with mrs. Meer in April ’78 for contravening his banning order by attending a dinner party.
Marimuthu, MarimuthuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1983Verulam
Marks, John JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730/4/1968Johannesburg
Marney, CardiffAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Cape
Maroo, Oupa JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197531/12/1976Ga-Rankuwa
Marsh, James Peter alias BaihAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/12/1974Bellville
Marutanyane, Kgagudi  Banished, order suspended for a certain time period.
Marwebu, BomvaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Masabalala, Mackay NangamsoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1970Johannesburg
Masala, McDonald MncedisiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197631/3/1978Victoria East
Masango, Mthandazo AaronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1970Durban
Mase, Caleb VuyileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1969Wynberg
Maseti, CyrilAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Lady Frere (Kraal Nacaubeni)
Maseti, JacksonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/3/1974Mdantsane
Mashaba, BerthaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Germiston National Executive member of the Federation of SA Women.
Mashaba, Tshintsheng CarolineAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197131/5/197131/5/1976Johannesburg
Mashaba, Tukuza AndrewAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198030/9/1981Johannesburg
Mashigo, AniceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Mashile, Laynas  Chief from Bushbuckridge area in eastern Transvaal; banished to the Transkei in 1961 for resisting official policies and Bantustan land allocation; in 1976 Mashile was still in banishment and according to the Minister of Bantu Administration could not be allowed to return home unless he relinquished his chieftainship and agreed to live in in the Lebowa Bantustan.
Mashishi, KlaasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/7/1973Pretoria
Mashmaite, Matswene JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/12/1969Pietersburg
Masimini, ReubinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972Peddie
Masiza, AllisonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/6/1970Victoria East
Masondo, Andrew Mandla LekotoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197630/4/1978Umlazi
Masuku, MuzikayiseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/5/1974Melmoth
Matalana, Ncegwana JuliusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1975Mdantsane
Matanzima, Headman Jongizulu  Banished the 24th November 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of ploughing on the commonage; did not provide leadership and good example expected of a Headman.
Mataties, Maynard ZukulaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Mateman, DonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1969Johannesburg
Mathaba, William SibengaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Pretoria
Mathebula, Rosina ManaseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/6/1970Inanda
Matthews, John EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 198031/12/1982Johannesburg
Mathews, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1968Potchefstroom
Mathibela, Mbembi EnochAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030/9/1971Potgietersrus
Mathiso, Themba HoraceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Mathole, Soka PhilemonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Mati, JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197131/10/1972Peddie
Mati, Joseph alias JoeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197429/2/1976Mdantsane
Mati, WinardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196828/2/1973Port Elizabeth
Matikinca, ElicAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/8/1970Port Elizabeth
Matime, Radichaba KennethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)26 June 197831/5/1983Restricted to Pretoria.Articled clerk with a Johannesburg firm of attoneys; detained Oct. ’77 under Sec. 10 (1)(a)bis of the Internal Security Act; banned on his release in March ’78.
Matini, Ntintiza JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Matlaku, Martha MotlhagmagAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1969Johannesburg
Matlaku, Ishmael BanyatseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Johannesburg
Matlala, JacobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Pretoria
Matlala, Mabija  Banished
Matlala, Michael  Banished
Matlala, Makwena (Mokoena?)  A banished chieftainess of the Mtlala people, deep in Northern Transvaal, hundreds of miles from Johannesburg.
Matlala, Sibiya  Of the Mtlala people, deep in the Northern Transvaal, banished to the banishment camp Driefontein, 1000 miles away in the Northern Cape. Died in banishment on the 25 June 1960.
Matlala, Tlou  Banished
Matome, Jacob  Banished
Matome, PatrickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/9/1970Pretoria
Matomela, FlorenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196721 June 196831/3/196831/3/1973Port Elizabeth. Banished.Leader of the ANC Women’s League and the Federation of SA Women. Treason Trial. Active resistance against passes for African women. Trade union worker. Served jail sentenced in the early 1960’s.
Matros, Nkosemtu AmosAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Adelaide
Matsemela, Morris MatsobaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Pretoria
Matsha, StanleyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Glen Grey
Matshaba, Charles alias Sisutu alias MatchappaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030 June 197131/1/197131/1/1973Port Elizabeth
Matshayana, Gilpin Gilbert TozamileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Engcobo
Matshayana, McDonald MxolisaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Engcobo
Matshediso, Seadimo MonicaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Kimberley
Matshetshisa, YithwetsiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Ngqaleni
Matshoba, Nikiwe Deborah FelicityAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Krugersdorp Former literary director of SASO.
Matsimela, MorrisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/12/1973Tzaneen
Matta, Don MoltenoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197630/9/1977Mdantsane
Mattera, Donald FranciscoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 24 Nov. 19732 Nov. 197831/10/197831/10/1983Johannesburg Reporter on the Star newspaper in Johannesburg; public relations officer for the Coloured Labour Party; organiser of the Union of Black Journalists and a prominent poet; charged in Oct. ’73 with obstructing the police (he had taken the names of some children arrested for pass offences while sitting outside the public library); acquitted and banned shortly afterwards; charged and acquitted in April ’78 with breaking his banning order.
Matthews, PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197631/12/1977Johannesburg
Matywatywa, DavetiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/6/1973Glen Grey
Maumakwe, Boiki Isaac, alias MoumakoeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730 June 197131/3/1971 31/3/1976Johannesburg
Mavuso, John JolaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730 June 197128/2/197129/2/1976Johannesburg
Mawalal, RamgobinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1970Durban
Mawini, Jackson alias GcazimbanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971King William’s Town
Mayedo, Mbebe Henry alias MayedwaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196928/2/1974King William’s Town
Mayedwa, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Mayekiso, CalebAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Port Elizabeth
Mayekiso, MaxwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 4 April 197730/4/1982Restricted to Dwashu, Middledrift in the Cape.Charged in Pretoria with James Chirwa and five others with leaving South Africa without valid documents and undergoing military training to further the aims of the ANC; sentenced in March ’63 to 2 yrs. imprisonment; under new legislation enacted during the year he was re-sentenced in Oct. to 20 years. imprisonment, reduced on appeal to 12 years. (see Makalima); banned on his release.
Mayet, Juby  Journalist for “The Voice” newspaper.
Mayet, ZubeidaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/12/1983Lenasia
Mayoli, JosiahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Port Elizabeth
Mayson, Cedric RadcliffeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 July 197819 Oct. 197731/10/1982Restricted to Johannesburg.Editor of the CI journal Pro Veritate; banned at the same time as Beyers Naude and others; former Methodist minister. Detained in Dec.’76 for a short period.
Mazibuko, Fanyane DanielAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/7/1983Pimville
Mazibuko, Thandisizwe MphiwaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto Committee of Ten.
Mazibuku, Whilence, alias WirelessAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Inanda
Mazwayi, Kapi ArchiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/6/1971East London
Mazwi, AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/3/1972King William’s Town
Mbada, TsoroAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972King William’s Town/Kwelerana
Mbali, Mehlo GladwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197430/6/1976Mdantsane
Mbamama, Vincent  Vryburg Banished
Mbane, Livingstone Russel JiyanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197430/4/196831/12/1975Wynberg Alice
Mbanzi, Zibonele KlaasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Glen Grey
Mbata, Jeremiah Congress MphitizeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1971Springs
Mbata, Oupa JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Pretoria
Mbata, Zazi Isaac, alias McwaningiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Durban
Mbata, Stukuna JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Mbate, Msizwana  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Mbatyoti, Mzimkulu GladmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Alice
Mbekela, Charlie JongileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Mbeki, Govan ArchibaldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730/11/1967Port Elizabeth
Mbekile, Vukile ShadrackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/6/1973Cofimvaba
Mbekwa, Ndumiso AlbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/3/1981Mdantsane
Mbele, George MduduziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/4/1970Durban
Mbenya, Reginald MazimaseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1971Butterworth
Mbeo, April MenziweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 26 Sept. 197531/10/1978Restricted to Umlazi, Durban.Expelled from Fort Hare University in’73; then administrator of BAWU in Durban; detained from Oct. ’74 to March ’75;
Mbete, Larrington MabeleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/6/1970Willowvale
Mbi, Ntozamele LivingstoneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 197030/6/197030/6/1971King William’s Town
Mbilini, Andrew MzwandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/1/1984Zwelitsha
Mbinda, SandiaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Mbitle, Modise Philemon, alias MabitleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1970Johannesburg
Mbamama, Vincent  Banished
Mbokotwana, SimangaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Mboyana, BethwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Cofimvaba
Mboyi, Zamani WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/4/1973Glen Grey
Mbuli, Mzikayise Jeremiah, alias JerryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1970Johannesburg
Mbuzo, Timothy NtondiniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Mcapazeli, Sipho JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Qumbu
Mcondobi, MvuyoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1968Port Elizabeth
Mcoso, Alfred MhlabeniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1972Keiskammahoek
Mda, LeslieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/8/1970Port Elizabeth
Mdakane, John FakaziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/9/1971Pietermaritzburg
Mdhletshe, Gideon MakatameneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197431/1/196930/9/1975Durban Mtunzini
Mdhletshe, John, alias Ralph TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Umlazi
Mdhluli, Daniel Magiyane HezekiaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Witbank
Mdhluli, Dumapansi  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Mdiba, Elliot Khizini, alias Elliot Khizini Ndziba NgxeshaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1969Wynberg, Cape
Mdingi, AdonijahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Glen Grey
Mdingi, Maqashu LeonardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/10/196831/10/1973Durban
Mdingi, McGloria MzwandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/4/1973Glen Grey
Mdleleni, HoratiusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto
Mdleleni, Vuyisile  Former Cultural Secretary of BCP.
Mdluli, Masobiya JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1970Durban
Mdluli, Mxosha  Banished
Mdoko, EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Meer, FatimaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 22 July 197631/7/1981Restricted to Durban. Distinguished sociologist and lecturer at Natal University; banned in the ‘50’s, 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 December 1976; refused a passport, preventing her from accepting an invitation to lecture in Britain; in December 1977 her house in Durban was subjected to gunshot and arson attacks. In April ’78 she was charged together with Mr. Bobby Marie of contravening her banning order by attending a dinner party.
Meer, Ismail CassimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196728/2/1968Durban
Meer, RashidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 197631/12/1981Durban: Son of Fatima Meer, also banned. Fine Arts student at the Universtiy of Durban-Werville. Detained in terms of the Internal Security Act from Aug. to Dec. ’76. Subsequently banned. In May ’77 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 University of Durban 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 GrahamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1967Durban
Melwane, Borolo GodfreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Mqanduli
Memani, Montsomi GraceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Port Elizabeth
Memani, Pitile WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/12/1971Glen Grey
Memela, Bekindhlela MichaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Durban
Menye, NqabeniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/8/1969Umtata
Mercorio, Brenda Evadne GloverAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1971Cape Town
Metele, Toto AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968East London
Metha, Thakorprasad ChotalalAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Durban
Metshane, Peter Norman alias MaximAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 1976Sec. 9 (e) 30 Sept. 197730/9/197730/9/1979Restricted to Bafokeng, Western Transvaal.Charged in Pretoria in 1965 with leaving South Africa illegally and undergoing military training, which the State alleged could be used in furthering the aims of the banned ANC; in Sept. 1965 sentenced to 10 years. Imprisonment under the Suppression of Communism Act; banned on his release.
Meyer, Audrey Dawn nee BreckerAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1971Cape
Meyiwa, Makholeka MatthewsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197228/2/1974Camperdown
Mfazwe, Enoch, alias MbuyisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Whittelesea
Mfazwe, Mayford DelizaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Glen Grey
Mfecane, Reuben alias PopoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197031/12/1971Idutywa
Mfengu, Frank TitimaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Cofimvaba
Mfengu, NcinciAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Mfethi, PhindileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 May 197731/5/1982Restricted to Germiston, Transvaal. In mid 1978 banished to the Transkei.Former trade unionist with the National Union of Textile Workers and Secretary of the IAS; detained from 10 May ’76 to 16 May ’77 in terms of the Terrorism Act. After his release he was immediately served with a banning and house arrest order restricting him to his house between 6pm to 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 , two children and his nephew, none of whom are banned, were also deported. The Transkei Government was reported to have co-operated in the implementation of the deportation.
Mfusi JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Krugersdorp
Mgandini, KotkotiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Mgangxa, SamsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Glen Grey
Mgidlane’l MongameliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Wilowvale (Kraal Ntubeni)
Mgolombane, McGregor  Banished
Mgumane, Sather MtutuzeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/8/1972Tsomo
Mgwayi, Mhleli Mc GloryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331/10/1974Mdantsane
Mhlaba, Willie LekwiniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1970Port Elizabeth
Mhlakela, TshokoloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968King William’s Town
Mhlambiso, Thamsanga Winnard, alias ChummyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Port Elizabeth
Mhlongo, Fridah Makhosazana, alias Freda MhlongoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Durban
Mhlongo, Stonki DuncanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1972Umlazi
Mini, MfundisoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Tsomo (Kraal Mhlalane)
Mini, SamsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Miya, Chief Vuna1954 Chief Miya of Bergville, Natal was deposed and banished to the Pietersburg area in 1954. 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 per month. The heat has impaired his health and he has had to have an operation, bearing the expense himself. He has two wives and four children whom he supports. He had opposed the Bantu Authorities system.
Mjekula, NickleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Grahamstown
Mji, DilizaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Clermont Former President of SASO.
Mkaba, DouglasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/12/1973Port Elizabeth
Mkalipe, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Port Elizabeth
Mkameli, Acting Headman Kokwana  Banished on the 2nd April 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Certified as mentally abnormal.
Mkenke, Manaka, alias NdosakeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Cofimvaba (Kraal Ncora)
Mkhabela, IshmaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto Chairman of AZAPO.
Mkhatshwa, Mangaliso PatrickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 June 197730/4/1982Restricted to Pretoria.Catholic priest in Pretoria working as secretary to the South African 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 Dec. ’76; on being banned was allocated a house in Mabopane East, and subjected to 6pm-6am house arrest; detained under Internal Security Act from Oct. ’77 to March ’78. In September he was granted permission to attend a conference in Lesotho of the Inter-Territorial Meeting of Bishops in Southern Africa of which he was Secretary General.
Mkhize, Florence GraceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 21 June 196831/3/1973Durban
Mkhize, Mdingeni DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 17 June 196928/2/1971New Hanover
Mkiwane, Nelson MakobeneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Herschel
Mkiza, Sibusiso ChristopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969East London
Mkize, KayifasiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974Umbumbulu
Mkize, Mabunu  Banished
Mkize, Mhloshane AnnahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1969Durban
Mkumbuzi, JuliusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/1/196931/1/1974Johannesburg
Mkunqwana, Monde CollinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 24 March 197831/3/1983Mdantsane, East London.Imprisoned in 1963 for an alleged assassination attempt on Chief Kaiser Matanzima and other Transkei chiefs. Banned on his release from prison.
Mkwanazi, Pipi RiotAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197429/2/1976Mtunzini
Mlaba, Charlie  Banished
Mlaba, Mpiyeza  Banished
Mlaba, Mzwangedwa  Banished
Mlalandle, ForleeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Mlambaselwa, Headman Pangisa  Banished on the 23rd March 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of charges of arson and theft by false pretences.
Mlambo, JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Mlamleli, Christina NamalungeloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1969Wynberg
Mlinda, Fikile EdgarAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/1/1984King William’s Town
Mlokoti, Sitembiso ChristopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Tsomo
Mlokoti, Tembekile LawrenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(20/12/196631/10/1968Wynberg
Mlondleni, Temba AndersonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Willowvale
Mlonzi, Alexander SobantuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Johannesburg
Mmutle, Moloka ChistopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/8/1971Harrismith
Mngoma, AmosAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Durban
Mngoma, Verginia alias Venus alias ThokoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Mngomezulu, Enock alias KisismusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/8/1971Johannesburg
Mngomezulu, Mkubu  Banished from Ingwavuma to Port Shepstone in 1974.
Mngomezulu, Robert Papane, alias Tonkola RupeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/10/1969Durban
Mnguni, Mlungu EnockAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Natal
Mnyakama, Dalingwonga MninizoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 17 June 196930/6/1970King William’s Town
Moagi, JoshuaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Alberton
Moanakwena, Seth  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Modisane, Jerome LeteaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1978Durban
Moeng, Mogame JosiahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198030/4/1982Johannesburg
Moeng, Sedume PatrickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1969Johannesburg
Moerane, Thuse MajallaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1970Queenstown
Moetsi, Magapi SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/7/1975Klerksdorp
Mofokeng, JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(14/2/1967)31/1/1969Harrismith
Mofokeng, Ramafokisi MathewsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1971Johannesburg
Mogale, Abraham  Banished
Mogotlane, Ramaesele AprilAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Pietersburg
Mohamed, Amien, alias ZootAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1970Cape Town
Mohamed, BhanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031/7/196931/7/1974Johannesburg
Mohapi, Mapetla FrankAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) September 197531/10/1978Zwelitsha SASO regional secretary in E. Cape; detained in Nov.’74 and released in April ’75; in Sep.’75 banned and restricted to Kingwillliamstown, where he became administrator of the Zimele Trust Fund established to assist released political prisoners; on 15th July’76 detained under the Terrorism Act and held in East London where he died on 5th August ’76.
Mohapi, Nobuhle HilaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/12/1983Zwelitsha Widow of Mapetla Mohapi who died in detention.
Mohlaka, Matlou PhilbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/6/1970Pretoria
Mohlala, Mafahlagana PetrusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Groblersdal
Mohlala, NicolaasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Pretoria
Mohohlo, Michael MatadingwanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 19691/7/1970Pretoria
Moichela, Moses  Banished
Moiloa, Boas  Banished
Moiloa, David  Banished
Moishwane, Edmund, alias Siziba Manzi MshwameAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Johannesburg
Mokgatle, Paul Ramadiba  Banished
Mokgoro, George GautaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/1/1974Kuruman
Mokhothu, RaphealAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Mokoape, Dr. Maitshwe Nchaupe AubreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 12 Nov. 197331/10/1978Restricted to Durban. Founder member of the BPC and a doctor at the King Edward VII Hospital in Durban at the time of his banning; detained in Sept. ’74 and sentenced in Dec.’76 to 6 years. imprisonment in a trial of nine SASO and BPC members.
Mokoditoa, Madibeng ChrisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431 July 197831/7/197831/7/1980Restricted to Johannesburg. Articled clerk, studying to become an attorney; secretary of the University of Christian Movement at the time of his first ban in 1973; in 1975 sentenced to one year imprisonment suspenden for 3 yrs. for failing to report to the police; detained in 1976 under the Internal Security Act from Aug.-Dec.
Mokoena, Dundubela AubreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto Former executive director, Black Community Programmes (BCP).
Mokoena, Piet  From Witzieshoek, banished to Frenchdale in the Northern Cape, almost on the Border of Botswana.
Mokulubete, SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/11/1970Vereeniging
Mokwebo, George alias DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Molale, Dinkwetsi KateAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1969Johannesburg
Molefe, SelinaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/3/196931/3/1974Johannesburg
Molewa, Phetole BernardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Molife, Isaac  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Molife, Monica  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Moloi, Caswell  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Moloi, Kgatliso LazarusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1969Johannesburg.
Moloto, Bakone JusticeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/9/1974Johannesburg
Monare, Elias  Banished
Monare, Matlagameng GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Moni, Headman Nkobelele  Banished on the 8th March 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of stock theft.
Moodley, MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 19734 April 197831/3/196831/3/197331/3/197831/3/1983Restricted to Benoni. Leading figure in the CPC and the South African Women’s Federation; organiser of the Food and Canning Workers Union; member of SACTU; detained during the 1960 State of Emergency; banned in 1963; detained in 1964; charged with helping fugitives to escape from South Africa and given a suspended sentence; her ban hasbeen continuously in force since 1963, with the result that 1977 was her 14th year under restriction.
Moodley, Strinivasa RajooAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1978Durban
Moodley, Sumboornam (nee Pillay)1973. 5-year banning order in 1973 and restricted to Durban. Mrs. Moodley, the wife of Strini Moodley, lived in Durban. She was a Research Assistant to the Black Community Programme and a founding member of the Natal Theatre Council, which presented plays against apartheid.
Mooi, Daniel alias MoyiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/6/1970Port Elizabeth
Mooi, Headman Joshua  Banished on the 31st January 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Bantu Administration and Development: Allowed unauthorized persons to build kraals on the commonage, addicted to alcohol and was generally guilty of unsatisfactory conduct.
Mooketsi, PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Krugersdorp
Moonsamy, Kesval, alias M. KasavalooAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Durban
Moonsamy, KistenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Feb. 197828/2/1983Restricted to Pinetown, Durban. Convicted with 18 others and sentenced to 14 yrs. imprisonment in Feb. ’64 for sabotage; banned on his release; former member of the NIC.
Moore, Basil ScottAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/1/1977Johannesburg
Moosa, Ismail, alias SalojeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/1/196931/1/1974Johannesburg
Mopeli, Chief1954 Chief Mopeli and his wife Treaty Mopeli were in exile since 1954, first at Groblersdal and latterly at the Frenchdale camp. Chief Mopeli was banished after serving a prison sentence for refusing to cull cattle and repair fences at Witzieshoek. At Frechdale they were 12 miles from the nearest store, and some 60 miles from Mafeking itself. They were allowed to leave the camp and travel into Mafeking if they walked 12 miles to catch the nearest bus. There is no school, no post office, no medical facilities, no opportunities for work. They have refused to accept the Government allowance. Chief Mopeli died later in this place of desolation.
Mopeli, Treaty  Banished, wife of Chief Mopeli.
Moraka, Maphuti  Banished
Morkill, Heather MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1971Pietermaritzburg
Moremi, Ntsizi ElijahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 7 March 197828/2/1983Restricted to Sebokeng.Community worker with the CI; had helped to form several welfare organisations, like the Learn and Teach literacy organisation; detained from Oct. ’77 to March ’78 in terms of the Terrorism Act, subsequently released, and banned.
Morewa, SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Potchefstroom
Moroe, Kgaphu IsaacAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Bethlehem Free lance Journalist, chairman of Welkom branch of the Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO), and chairman of the Writers’ Association of SA.
Morolong, Joseph Duncan KgomotsiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 197331/3/196831/3/197331/3/1978Vryburg 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 South Africa for indefinite periods; endorsed out of Cape Town where he lived and worked and restricted to his father’s kraal; could receive no visitors except his immediate family and a medical practitioner; has been under banning orders since 1963; in Feb.’75 he was charged with breaking his banning order; spent almost one third of his life and half his adult life in jail or in restriction; died aged about 50. Morolonng’s ban expired in March’78 and was renewed for the 4th time ; when news of the renewed ban reached Detshipeng Reserve, the remote area to which Morolong had been banished, residents reported that he had been murdered in Nov.’77.
Moroti, Graham, alias MorodiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Morris, Joas  Banished. Forced to depart from Calvinia.
Mosalo, Molefe RaymondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/6/1970Pretoria
Mosata, Mooketsi AaronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1967Kimberley
Moseneke, Dikgang ErnestAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/7/1978Preotoria
Mosenyi, Kenneth  Banished
Moses, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/3/1974Mdantsane
Mosetlha, Pitso LucasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(13/12/1966)31/12/1968Pretoria
Moshumi, Sebulaoa  Banished. Order suspended.
Mosikare, Mosimanegape SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Mosotoane, Mapula RosieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1971Johannesburg
Mosupye, Tseleng JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Pretoria
Motala, Dr. Mohamed MamjeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Pietermaritzburg
Motau, Mankurwana DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Motau, Patrick AbieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/7/1975Witbank
Mothopeng, Sephanian LekoanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196817 June 196931/5/196931/5/1971Harrismith
Motsau, Nkutsoeu PetrusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/4/1984Witsieshoek
Motshabi, CalebAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197631/12/1977Thaba Nchu
Motshabi, JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Motsoeneng, Nonceba Hendriet alias NzubaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Glen Grey
Motsoeneng, Thaba ElijahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1974Witsieshoek
Mphahlele, Harry  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Mphahlele, Namedi  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Mphosho, Florence GladysAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Mpotulo, BongoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Johannesburg
Motsoeneng, Thaba ElijahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197228/2/1974Witsieshoek
Mpumlwana, Malusi  Former Eastern Cape regional director, BCP - his banning order was renewed.
Mpumlwana, Nandisile FlavourAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 May 197730/4/1982Zwelitsha Former editor of the annual BPC publication, Black Review, and detained together with her young child on the eve of the anniversary of Steve Biko’s death.
Mpumlwana, Thoko (nee Mbanjwa)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 16 May 197730/4/82Restricted to King Williams’ Town. Born 1951. Research officer for Black Community Programmes in Durban at the time of his banning. Subsequently he worked for the BPC in Kingwilliamstown. Editor of “Black Review” and “Black Viewpoint”. Detained from Aug.-Dec. ‘76 in terms of the Internal Security Act (ISA). Redetained in Natal on 11 March ’77 interms of the Terrorism Act Released 21st July’77. Redetained 19 Oct. ’77 in terms of the ISAand banned after release. Married to Nandisile Mpumlwana. After being released he was again detained on the eve of the anniversary of Steve Biko’s death.
Mpunzi, WinnardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Nqamakwe (Kraal Ngowe)
Mqai, Jongibandla GeoffreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Kentani
Mqai, Ntobeko JusticeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Kentani
Mqayisa, Khayalethu LuckyboyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Port Elizabeth
Mqotsi, LivingstoneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969East London
Mrwetyana, Livingstone MhlubiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(4/1/1967)31/12/1968Glen Grey
Msauli, Vusumzi AttwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 3 April 197830/4/1983Mdantsane, East London; banned from attending gatherings for five years.
Msomi, Ndinana TitusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Umlazi
Msomi, Otto Bafana KleinbooiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1969Umlazi
Msutu, Alfred  Banished
Msutu, Edwin SongayiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Msutu, Lita BenjaminAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Willowvale
Msutu, Headman Ndhlovu  Banished on the 29th September 1956, died in banishment on the 2nd April 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Disobeyed lawful orders, convicted of perjury, and was generally of unsatisfactory conduct.
Msutwana, Fundile alias SynodAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/12/1971Peddie
Mswane, Florence Grace (nee Mkhize)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1985Durban
Mtalane, Ignitia NtombenkuluAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1969Natal
Mtambo, SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Klip River
Mtati, David alias NcanisoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Mtemba, Acting Chief Willie  Banished on the 15th May 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of having drugs; weak administration caused split in tribe; failed to assist police where it was his duty to do so.
Mthembu, Sibongile SusanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198130/5/1984Soweto
Mthethwa, AlpheusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Pinetown, Durban.General secretary of MAWU; banned in 1976 with other union organisers (see Albertyn).
Mthunywa, Merica NumzamoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Durban
Mthunywa, Osborne VukileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974Clermont
Mtikane, Ratshilumela  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Mtimkulu, PhilipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1983Soweto
Mtimkutu, EvansAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Mtintso, Ethel TenjiweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 197631/12/1981Restricted to Soweto.A reporter on the Daily Dispatch associated with the BPC in Kingwilliamstown; detained under the Internal Security Act from 17th Aug. to Dec. 1976 and transferred to preventative detention on 18th Nov. ’76. She was released on 28th Dec. ’76 and banned under an order banishing her to Orlando East in Soweto although she had been working in the Eastern Cape; during 1977 she gave important evidence in the inquest into the death of Mapetla Mohapi, relating to the conditions of interrogation in detention. She has stated that while in detention she was brutally assaulted by Capt. R. Hansen, Head of the Security Branch in Kingwilliamstown: kicked and beaten and a wet towel held over her face until she could not breathe: on 8 July ’77 appeared in Kingwilliamstown court with Dr. Mamphela Ramphele and Steve Biko charged with breaking her banning order.
Mtoane, TefoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Krugersdorp
Mtombeni, Sifanele JosephusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Whittlesea
Mtongana, SilasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930/6/196830/11/1973Port Elizabeth
Mtshizana, Louis LeoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968East London Lawyer from Mdantsane, East London; banished to Herschel district in northeastern Cape in 1974.
Mtshotshisa, Headman Hamilton  Banished the 1st April 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, showed no interest in his work and was reluctant to co-operate with the administration in matters relating to his peoples’ well-being.
Mtsologane, William  Banished. Order withdrawn unconditionally.
Mtuyedwa. MgadeniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Umtata
Munsamy, Govindsamy (also known as George Naicker)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 July 197828/2/1983Chatsworth
Murphy, Jeanette MargueriteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Durban Assistant secretary of the Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council.Exile
Murphy, Michael Patrick BernardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Durban Part-time acting secretary of the Black Transport and General Workers’ Union, a member Union of the Trade Union Advisory and Co-ordinating Council. He and his wife Jeannette Murphy left South Africa for London.
Mutsi, GladstoneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/10/1971Glen Grey
Mutu, Ndhlovu  Banished. Died during banishment in 1957.
Mvelase, Ngoza  Removed from Msinga to Port Shepstone in September 1976.
Mvelase, Vusumuzi VitusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 March 197731/1/1982Restricted to Umlazi.Former chairman of Umlazi Residents Association; detained in terms of the Internal Security Act from Aug.-Dec.’76 and then banned; banning includes house arrest from dusk to dawn and during weekends. In April ’73 he was convicted of contravening his banning order and sentenced to 30 days imprisonment, suspended for 3 years. He had defulted by taking up a job in Pinetown, which is outside his restriction limits.
Mvemve, Matshetshe DouglasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Mvene, David ZandizileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/7/1972Umtata
Mvovo, Mxolisi LawrenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197731/3/1982Zwelitsha
Mvuka, PilaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Mxakato, KateAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Mxenge, Mlungiso GriffithsAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196915 Oct. 197328/2/197130/9/1978Resricted to Umlazi, Natal Attorney on the staff of attorney Chanderden Sewpersadh, also banned; sentenced to 2 years. imprisonment in ’67 for ANC activities; has been granted permission to practice law despite the banning order; acted as lawyer to Mrs. Mdluli whose husband died in detention March ’76; following this he was detained and held for 106 days, befor being released without charge in July ’76; also represented the widow of Mapetla Mohapi who died in detention.
Myandu, Cijimpi  Banished
Myembezi, Mlise HallockAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969Willowvale
Myeza, Barnard, alias BekizweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Mapumulo
Mzamo, StuurmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Mzimba, BokweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Qumbu
Mzini, Balele MoriatAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/5/1970King William’s Town
Mzolisa, Msimboti Mzulelwa, alias Ntshabuntshaba, alias MpengesiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Mqanduli
Mzotane, Rodwell NyembesiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/6/1969Kentani
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Nabe, Hlatikulu alias Johnny alias Jimmy alias JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/5/1969Glen Grey
Naicker, GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 197329 Feb. 197831/10/197828/2/1983Restricted 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.
Naicker, Dr. Gungathura MohambryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196830/4/196830/4/1973Durban
Naicker, Mariemuthoo ParagalathanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196731/1/1968Durban
Naicker, Narainsamy ThumbeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/5/196831/5/1973Durban
Naidoo, BarasarthiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Naidoo, GonaseelanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 197331/10/1978Restricted to Durban
Naidoo, Govindasamy SomasundrumAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Durban
Naidoo, Indris ElathenaterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331/5/1978Johannesburg
Naidoo, Moorgjah DhanpathyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197230 June 197731/1/196831/5/197731/5/1982Durban Advocate and political prisoner, banned on release in 1972.Exile
Naidoo, Phyllis Ruth VasendhaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197131/3/197131/3/1976Durban
Naidoo, Shanthavothie alias ShantiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/12/196831/12/1973Johannesburg
Nair, BillyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1968Durban
Nanabhai, Shirish alias Fakir JasmathAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19731 June 197831/5/197831/5/1980Restricted to Johannesburg. Sentenced in 1963 under the General Law Amendment Act to 10 years. imprisonment for sabotage; was a member of the Transvaal Indian Congress; banned and placed under partial house arrest on his release in ’73; re-banned ’78.
Nangu, Sipo GreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/9/1970Port Elizabeth
Nani, Mtutizele HoughtonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Mqanduli
Nannan, Suriaparkash, alias BillyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1970Johannesburg
Nathaniel, Immanuel Gotlieb MachuririAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331 May 197731/5/197731/5/1982Restricted to Kuisebmond township, Walvis Bay. Vice-president of SWAPO; ban confined him to the Kuisebmondtownship outside Walvis Bay; only Namibian to be served with a banning order.
Nathie, Sulliman MohamedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Residensia
Naude, Christiaan Frederick BeyersAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 197731/10/1982Restricted to Johannesburg. Born 1916. Formerly minister of the Dutch Reformed Church and Moderator of the Southern Transvaal Synod until he became director of the ecumenical Christian Institute in 1963; he and other members of the CI refused to testifiy to the “Schlebusch” 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 was jailed for one night before the fine was paid by someone else; at the same time as Naude and other staff were banned in Oct. ’77, the CI was declared an unlawful organisation. 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 for permission 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 NkosiyaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1969Kempton Park
Ncamane, Diniwe DesmondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1971Bizana
Ncapayi, Nomavikiviki GretaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031/7/196931/7/1974Johannesburg
Ncapayi, VuyisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1968Port Elizabeth
Nchabeleng, Petrus Mama GaseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19736 July 197830/9/197431/5/1983Restricted to Sekhukhune. Imprisoned on Robben Island for MK activities 1964-72; Banned on release; detained in ’77 and charged in the Pretoria Twelve trial; acquitted with 5 others in April’78 and subsequently re-banned.
Ncukana, Piwe MandeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Kentani
Ncumbe, John MzolisaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Ndabana, Sipho PriceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/12/1975Herschel
Ndabezitha, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Wynberg
Ndamiso, ThomasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Roodeport
Ndawana, HoyoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Ndawana, NgceniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Ndawonde, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 197428/2/197429/2/1976Umzimkulu
Ndevu, Anderson MketiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Kingwilliam’s town
Ndhlovu, IsaacAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1971Johannesburg
Ndhlovu, Jethro SililoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 197331/3/1978Camperdown
Ndhlovu, Msutu  Banished, died in banishment.
Ndhlovu, Muzuvukile CurnickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Inanda
Ndimande, Sibusiso IsraelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Durban
Ndimba, Tembekile alias BensonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 197131/10/197031/10/1972Port Elizabeth
Ndinisa, MakwenkweAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Engcobo
Ndita, QiloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Victoria East
Ndlangisa, SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974Umzinto
Ndlovu, MosesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Pietermaritzburg. Organiser in Pietermaritzburg for MAWU; banned at the same time as other MAWU organisers Sipho Kubhekha, Gavin Andersson and Alpheus Mthethwa.
Ndongeni, JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Ndoni, Amos MafinishiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1971Ngqeleni
Ndou, Samson RatshivhandaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Nduli, Cecil BenjaminAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Durban
Ndungane, Winston NjongoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Guguletu
Nduza, Jack PhambukileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 197730/4/1982Restricted to Mdantsane, East London. Sentenced in April ’63 with James Chirwa and 5 others to 2 yrs. imprisonment for leaving South Africa without valid travel documents and for undergoing military training with the ANC; under new legislation he was sentenced in Oct. ’63 to 20 years. imprisonment (reduced to 12 years. on appeal) for the same offence; banned on his release.
Ndyambo, WilsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Ndyolo, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197430/6/1976Mdantsane
Ndzanga, Lawrence QwathiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197129/2/196830/9/1975Johannesburg
Ndzanga, Rita AlitaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197131/8/196930/9/1975Johannesburg
Neame, Sylvia BreretonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1968Johannesburg
Nene, AshmondAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Inanda
Nene, Mkhipheni RobertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1972Umlazi
Nene, Samson JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/5/1978Pietermaritzburg
Nengwekhulu, Ranwedsi HarryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197328/2/1978Durban
Nettleton, Clive James LeeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)6 May 197828/2/1983Johannesburg. Worked for SACHED, an organisation founded in 1968 with the aim of raising educational standards and opportunities for Africans; former vice-president of NUSAS (see Adler). National director of the Youth Programme of the S.A. 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, LucasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 16 May 197830/4/1983Soweto. Former teacher at the Naledi and morris isaacson High Schools in Soweto. Was secretary of the Soweto Teachers’Action Committee.
Ngakane, PascalAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196817 June 196930/6/196930/6/1974Pinetown
Ngakane, William BarneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196831/12/196731/12/1972Johannesburg
Ngamile, WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1972Keiskammahoek
Ngamlana, VictorAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Keiskammahoek
Ngande, VelileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Kingwilliam’s Town
Ngcamu, Ray ZumaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974Umlazi
Ngcobo, Sikosidi ValeriaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Pinetown
Ngcozela, Thoti, alias BaarmanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Ngcukuva, SomzanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1970Umtata
Ngekoane, Moses  Banished. Order suspended.
Ngendane, Selby TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/4/1974Herschel
Ngomane, Makomba  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Ngongama, Headman Mayidore  Banished on the 30th November 1956. Reasons for Deposition 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, Lilian MasedibaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 19687 July 197530/11/196730/11/197231/5/1980Restricted 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 Garment Workers’ Union. She was arrested in Dec. 1956, and stood trial until 1961 as one of the first-string accused in the Treason Trial and was imprisoned for 5 months during the 1960 State of Emergency. She was first banned in Oct. ’62 and was confined to Orlando township; before she was banned in 1961; in the mid-‘60’s she was jailed under the 90-day detention provisions and spent 71 days in solitary confinement. Her banning orders lapsed in 1972, but were renewed in 1975 when she was served with a new ban, possibly as a result of her having attended the funeral of, and paid tribute to, Bram Fischer.
Ngqabusana, George NyikinyikiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/5/1972Glen Grey
Ngqala, Mkokeli alias MaliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Ngqondela, Wongama JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197330/4/1975Port Elizabeth
Ngqunga, George GumjazileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196831/1/196831/1/1973Wynberg
Ngqungwana, Mountain TuliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Port Elizabeth
Ngquva, OswellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Umtata
Ngqwondela, Wongama JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197430/4/1975Port Elizabeth
Ngubane, Cubuzela  Banished
Ngubane, Jordan KushAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Inanda
Ngubane, Chief Mkontobomvu  Banished the 1st February 1955. Reasons for his Deposition 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 certain time period.
Ngubane, Nkume  Banished. Order suspended for certain time period.
Ngubeni, MichaelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 Sept. 197628 Sept. 197830/9/197830/9/1983Restricted to Rustenburg. Banished to Upington. Primary school teacher from Pimville, Jo’burg; charged in Jo’burg with collaborating with Marius Schoon and Raymond Thoms to blow up the Hospital Hill police station wireless mast on 20 July’64; sentenced in Sep.’64 to 12 years. imprisonment under the Sabotage Act; was a supporter of the ANC; banned on his release in July’76; in May ’77 charged in Pretoria with 11 others under the Terrorism Act with ANC activities; acquitted in April’78 after spending 15 months in detention. His second banning order banished him to the district of Uppington in the North Western Cape although his home is at Rustenburg. His removal from Rustenburg followed 2 attempts on the part of his attorney and a Jo’burg psychiatrist to have him examined neurologically. The security police allegedly prevented this, saying to his wife that he was in no need of an examination. His wife was not inofrmed of his removal by the police to Uppington.
Ngwana, ShadrakAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(13/12/1966)30/11/1968Potgietersrus
Ngwema, Veli RogersAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Ngwendu, LungileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Ngwenya, PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/5/1974Charlestown
Ngxhwana, Mtunzi OrigemAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/5/1973Glen Grey
Ngxiki, Rosebury alias GanzibeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/8/1971Grahamstown
Nhlapo, Frank FezileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Sept. 197330/9/1978Restricted to KwaThema, Springs Exile
Nhlapo, Saul Simon  Banished
Nhlapo, Welile Augustine WitnessAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 197331/10/1978Johannesburg. Former SASO member and field worker for the Black Workers Project which was a SASO undertaking. In April ’74 he was sentenced to 9 months’ imprisonment, suspended for 3 years., for contravening his orders. Exile
Nikelo, AlexAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197430/6/1976Mqanduli
Njamela, Alpheus, alias LangalikaliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Tsomo
Njana, Theophunus VukileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 197431/12/197331/12/1975Mdantsane
Njongwe, Dr. James Lowell ZwelinzimaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 17 June 196931/10/196831/10/1973Matatiele
Nkadimeng, JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 197331/5/196831/5/197331/5/1978Johannesburg
Nkadimeng, Stephen Zelwane  Banished A militant leader of his people in Sekhukhuniland in the Northern Transvaal. Removed to the Pogopa mountains of the border of Swaziland. Many miles from the nearest village or any form of tranport.
Nkangana, Buyiselo BernardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/6/1971East London
Nkinti, Edward Mawetu MpingaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196928/2/1971Willowvale
Nkohla, Kontase AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1968Cofimvaba
Nkondo, Ephraim CurtisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198031/5/1983Johannesburg
Nkondweni, Sipo VictorAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Egcobo
Nkonyeni, Discepline MagwazandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1971Idutywa
Nkosi, Mfanyana BernardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197228/2/1974Ladysmith
Nkosi, NormanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Rustenburg
Nkosi, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) Nov. 1975July 1981Restricted to Komatipoort. Sentenced in 1963 to 12 years. imprisonment for PAC membership and for sabotage; released in July’65, allowed to visit his father’s grave in Daveyton, Benoni, and then banned to Komatipoort and restricted there, a place in which he had never lived.
Nkosinkulu, VumaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Grahamstown
Nkosiyane, Jackson  Banished
Nkozwana, Wellington Mqanduli alias MafumbulaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1969Engcobo
Nkwenkwezi, Rufus alias MkwanaziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Glen Grey
Nobanda, Joseph ChamberlainAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Noboya, Alfred MadudlaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/3/1972Glen Grey
Noel, Victor ReubenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197231/7/196931/3/1977PietermaritzburgDurban
Noiloa, Chief Abram Grant  Banished on the 4th April 1957. Reasons for Deposition funished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Has been involved in agitation against the administration and unsatisfactory conduct over a number of years.
Nokatywa, Blom alias Nokatwa, alias Fanelo Blom NokatywaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/5/1970Glen Grey
Nokwe, Myrtle VuyiswaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1969Johannesburg
Nokwe, Philemon Pearce DumaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1967Johannesburg Former Secretary General of the ANC.
Nomavuka, Laurance Mandoyi, alias LumkileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Cradock
Nomngongo, Nqarumana ColbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Mqanduli
Nomtyete, Moni ReginaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/12/1969Cradock
Nongena, PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Nono, NonaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Nontshinga, Muyisile FrankAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Alice
Norayo, Mbe Front, alias Mbi GuzanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Engcobo
Nqatsana, Headman Noursa  Banished on the 22nd December 1956. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted of cruelty to a horse. Unreliable. Bad example to tribe.
Nqini, Zola alias SqonyelaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830 June 197030/11/196930/11/1971East London
Nthite, Peter PapeleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1970Johannesburg
Nthute, Sephapho SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/9/1970Vereeniging
Ntibexelwa, HeteseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 1. July 197630/6/1978Restricted to East London. Former ANC member; imprisoned on Robben Island; released in June’76 and immediately served with banning order.
Ntlantlane, Tibe NaphtalAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1969Johannesburg
Ntlokoa, Lawrence JonasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/8/1983Krugersdorp
Ntombela, Florence, alias QotoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Natal
Ntombela, Johannes MpondlelaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Inanda
Ntonga, ZolaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Mqanduli
Ntongana, Thimeul MntuwabantuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1970Alice
Ntonzini, NontenteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Umtata
Ntsangani, Milner BonakeleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/4/1974Middledrift
Ntsoane, IsaacAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Krugersdorp
Ntsoane, Jackson ThibediAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197329 Sept. 197730/9/197730/9/1982Restricted to Mphahlele, Thabamoapo, N. Transvaal. Detained in 1963; charged in Aug.’64 with sabotage as alleged member of MK; convicted and sentenced to 8 years. imprisonment; banned on his release.
Ntuane, Israel, alias JackieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1968Pilanesberg
Ntuli, Linah alias GalinaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197030/9/196930/9/1971Durban
Ntuli, Mabulala CharletonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197028/2/196931/12/1971Johannesburg
Ntuli, Mteteleli, alias Advokaat, alias JuliusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Cofimvaba
Ntutu, MbuyisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Port Elizabeth
Ntwanambi, JuwanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Ntwasa, Sabelo StanleyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197228/2/1977Kimberley
Nxasana, Bhekisisa HaroldAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831 Jan. 197828/2/197031/12/1982Umlazi, Durban. Former trade union leader working for the Institute of Industrial Education, a service organisation to the Trade Union Advisory and Co-ordinationg Council. Detained in 1975. He gave evidence for the State in the trial of ten ANC/SACTU members in Pietermaritzburg following severe torture; released in Aug.’77 after spending nearly 20 months in solitary detention; banned in Jan.’78; ban included house arrest.
Nxumalo, Benoni TandekileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Durban
Nyalasia, GilbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Middledrift
Nyamankulu, SongileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Cofimvaba (Kraal Nquqhu)
Nyamela, DabulamanziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1970Engcobo
Nyembe, DorothyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196831/5/1968 31/5/1973Verulam
Nyembe, Gabriel SondhloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 19738. Feb.197831/1/196831/1/197331/1/197831/1/1983Dannhauser Restricted to Newcastle, Natal.A leader of the ANC; banned in 1963 for 5 yrs.; detained in 1963 under the 90-day detention provisions.
Nyobo, Malusi, SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/6/1974Kingwilliam’s Town
Nyobo, TembekileTemplarAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/6/1974Kingwilliam’s Town
Nzama, Joseph HlomendliniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Inanda
Nzama, KeluyaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Inanda
Nzo, AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Johannesburg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Olifant, Kalaegile Samuiel  Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967  31/1/1970  Johannesburg
Osman, Ahmad, alias AchmatAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1971Wynberg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Padayachee, Dr. Mahaligum Nadarjah
 
 Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Durban
Padayachee, NarainsamyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1970Durban
Pahad, Aziz Goolam, alias DaggaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Pahad, Essop Goolam, alias HooseinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Johannesburg
Pakana, JulyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/11/1973Dimbaza
Palele, Robson alias MzwandileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Victoria East
Palmer, JosieAct No. 44 of 19501955 President of the Transvaal region of the Federation of SA Women. Banned in 1955, the orders requiring her to resign from the Federation and other organisations.
Patel Ismail SulimanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197124. Oct. 197431/7/1970
31/7/1975
31/10/1978
Restricted to Germiston.
Pather. Ruthnam MaslomoneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 21 June 196830/11/1969Durban
Patsha, Gullford BuyileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/8/1971East London
Peake, George EdwardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Cape Town
Percy, Neerbuth Kassie, alias Cassim AllieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196731/1/1969Athlone
Peteni, Lennox YoseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Grahamstown
Peter, Joseph MakazonkeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197029/2/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Peyise, PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Port Elizabeth
Phahlamohlaka, John TsekeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1971Groblersdal
Phakathi, Maphefo JaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1 April 197731/3/1982Pretoria Transvaal Regional director of the Christian Institue and member of the Black Parents’ Association at the time of her banning. She was detained from 23rd Aug. ’76 to 28th Dec. ’76 in terms of the Internal Security Act. She fled South Africa in May ’77 with her 9 year. old son and was later reported to be in London.
Phantsi, Thembani ShadrackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 9 June 197730/4/1982Banished to Graaf-Reinet. Former school student and S.A. Students Movement member (SASM). He was detained from 17th Oct. ’75 to 12th March ’77 under the Terrorism Act and held for 513 days in solitary confinement. During his detention he spent 3 months in jail for contempt of court and refusing to give evidence; banned on his release, and removed from Kingwilliamstown to Graaff Reinet.
Phewa, MlandelwaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1970Verulam
Phillip, RubenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/10/1978Durban
Pholoto, Solomon MagalaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/9/1975Johannesburg
Phungula, HeliaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/3/1984Umlazi
Pikani, Mngqingo  Banished. Order suspenden for certain time period.
Pilane, Boetiekie JohannesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Rustenburg
Pillay, Barathanathan, alias ThumbaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/12/196831/12/1973Durban
Pillay, Rungasamy GopaulAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Durban
Pillay, SivaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197228/2/1974Durban
Pillay, St. Leger Kerr, alias Leger Kerr PileiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/3/1970Johannesburg
Pindani, NelsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/11/1970Port Elizabeth
Pini, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197131/12/1972East London
Pityana, Beauty NosidimaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)6 April 197731/3/1982Restricted to Port Elizabeth. Wife of Barney Pityana. Youth organiser for the SAIRR inPort Elizabeth; detained on 2 occasions during 1976, firstly in terms of the Terrorism Act from 4th June to 13th August and then in terms of the Internal Security Act from 18th Aug.-28th Dec.; served with a 5-year banning order including house arrest in April’77. She was again detained from 24th June ’77 to 7th July ’77 and from 19th Oct. ’77 to 10th March ’78 in terms of the Internal Security Act. She fled the country in August with her Husband and child.
Pityana, Lizo GrantAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 198031/10/1984Port Elizabeth
Pityana, Nyameko BarneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 19739 August 197828/2/197831/8/1983Durban Restricted to Port Elizabeth. Former president and secretary-general of SASO; articled to a Port Elizabeth legal firm; first banned in March’73; charged and convicted of breaking his ban in July’73; detained for 5 months in 1974; convicted for the third time of breaking his ban in Nov. ’75; detained, released and re-detained between June and Dec. ’76 and again in 1977-78; ban expired Feb.’78 while in detention; re-banned on release and placed under 12 hour house arrest. Exile
Pitye, Godfrey MokgonaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 197431/10/1968
31/10/1973
31/10/1978
Benoni
Piyo, Edward alias DouglasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197031/10/1971Alice
Poloto, Solomon, Samuel MorutaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Pongwana, JohnsonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/11/1972Glen Grey
Poonan, VeraAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Durban
Poswa, Churchill VulindlelaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1970Libode
Potye, NdabajifileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/4/1969St. Mark’s
Prager, Friedrich FredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1970Johannesburg
Pretorius, Paul JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Cape Town
Putego, MoffatAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196831/3/196831/3/1970Wynberg, Cape
Putini, Yergen, alias Moses, alias Diza Putini, alias Phuting, alias PutinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Benoni
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Qeketho, Sandile Sidney
 
  Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967  30/9/1968  Ngqeleni
Qeqe, Dumile DanielAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198031/1/1983Port Elizabeth
Qilo, Ponkie  Banished
Qododo, Headman G.  Banished on the1st April 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Addicted to alcohol, convicted of failing to eradicate noxious weeds, convicted of contempt of court.
Qumbela, MountainAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Wynberg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Rachidi, Kenneth Hlako Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/12/1983 Soweto Former President of BCP.
Ragaven, Chengiah alias RogersAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1972Durban
Raisa, GermainAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Rakaibe, Chopo ThomasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(22/11/1966)30/11/1968Mount Fletcher
Ramafoko, Mokate  Banished twice and died of an inoperable cancer of stomach in banishment at Driefontein. He lay in the camp in pain, wasting away for several months before he was removed to hospital, already a dying man. For him there had been no doctor, no medication, no pain killers, to ease his agony during those last months. 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 banisment system.
Ramaro, Frans  Banished, died in banishment on the 20th March 1957.
Rambally, AshlathaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Colenso BCP - worker.
Ramdeen, Lutchman TulcieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/11/1967Pietermaritzburg
Ramgobin, Ela (nee Gandhi)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1971, 197331 July 197831/7/197831/7/1983Restricted to Inanda, Natal Verulam. Wife of Mawalal Ramgobin and grand daughter of Mahatma Gandhi. Child welfare worker and former field worker for the BPC. Her banning orders, which include provisions for house arrest on evenings and weekends, confine her to the magisterial district of Inanda and specifically prohibit her from taking part in the activities of the BPC. Prior to her banning Mrs. Ramgobin 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 a relaxation of the terms of her banning orders to enable her to work for the Indian Child Welfare Society.
Ramgobin, MawalalAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 197129 Sept. 197630/9/197630/9/1981Restricted to Inanda, Natal.Verulam Former president of the NIC who was active in later attempts to revive it; he was also chairman of the Committee for 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 2 of his children. In 1974 the Minister of Justice temporarily relaxed his ban, and that of his wife, Ela, to enable them to visit a critically ill relative in India; his ban forbids him 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.
Ramjee, Bhika BhagaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1968Port Elizabeth
Ramokgadi, MartinAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 5 March 197429/2/1979Restricted to Johannesburg, but now on Robben Island. Former estate agent; detained in 1963 under the “90 Day Law”; sentenced to ten years. imprisonment in 1964 for furthering the aims of the banned ANC, and for taking part in military trainig and sabotage activities; banned on his release; on 1.4.77 Ramokgadi, Joe Gqabi and 10 others were charged in Pretoria under the Terrorism Act; Ramokgadi and Gqabi were accused of being the joint leaders of the ANC in Jo’burg; Ramokgadi was convicted on a minor count and sentenced to 7 years. imprisonment.
Ramokgadi, Mfoloe  Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn.
Ramokgopa, Douglas  Banished to the Northern Transkei.
Ramokgopa, Ramsey  Former Direcotr, BCP and member of the Committee of Ten.
Ramokgopa, Sedupe JosiahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Orlando-West
Ramokhoase, Oupa SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1 Aug. 197530/6/1980Restricted 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 the South African authorities, who imprisoned him for leaving South Africa without a passport; banned on his release in Aug.1975.
Rampai, TimothyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1968Alberton
Ramphele, Aletta MamphelaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 April 197731/5/1982Restricted to Naphumo, Pietersburg, Northern Transvaal. Opened the Zanempilo Clinic near Kingwilliamstown in 1975, as part of the BCP, serving a community of about 10,000-mostly women, chldren and old people; at the clinic there were 2 resident doctors, 5 nurses, 2 midwives, a community health worker and a social worker; medical, paediatric and maternity services were provided; the clinic was closed in 1977; in 1976 the government detained Dr. Ramphele, 2 other doctors and the social worker; Dr. Ramphele was detained from Aug. to Dec. 1976 under the Internal Security Act; soon after her release in April she was served with a banning order, tranported to a remote village in the Northern Transvaal over 1000km 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 of the Zimele Trust, set up to heol released political prisoners, which was banned in Oct. ’77; represented the family of Mapetla Mohapi at the post mortem into his death in detention and appeared at the subsequent inquest; on 8 July’77 she appeared in court in Kingwilliamstown charged with breaking her banning order Iin conjunction with Thenjiwe Mtintso, also banned, and Steve Biko, who died in detention.
Ramphomane, Lerutle JosiahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1969Johannesburg
Ramphomane, SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197031/7/1971Kuruman
Ramrock, Johnny HerbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 May 197630/4/1981Johannesburg. Accused in the AFRO trial of 1976 with 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. Johnny Ramrock was held for another 2 months and served with a banning and house arrest order in May ’76. He subsequently fled the country.
Ramushu, Gollelle SamuelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Rustenburg
Rancwana, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197131/10/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Randall, Peter RalphAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct.1977)31/10/1982Restricted to Johannesburg. Former director of SPRO-CAS (Study Project on Christianity in Apartheid Society) sponsored by the CI and the South African Council of Churches; the Project concluded at the end of 1973. He and others initiated the Programme for Social Change. In 1974 he was leader of the new Sociel Democrat Party and stood as a parliamentary candidate in the election. At the time of his bannint 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 to the Schlebusch Commission (see Naude).
Rangongo, Modiba PaulAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1968Sibasa
Ranoto, Morris  Banished, died in banishment on the 7th November 1960.
Rantau, Foso JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1969Johannesburg
Rantube, Ralekoke  Banished. Order suspended.
Rasool, MalekAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196931/1/196931/1/1974Kinross
Ratshwaffo, Simbu DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1969Pretoria
Reddi, Soma LynetteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)12 Dec. 197330/9/1978Durban Appointed to the secretariat of SASO in 1973 and banned shortly afterwards.
Reddy, GovindsamyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 Dec. 197631/12/1981Restricted to Durban. Research officer and Youth Programme Organiser of the Natal Region of the SAIRR; detained under the Internal Security Act from 19th Aug. ’76 to 28th Feb. ’77 and banned on his release; he was required to give up his employment.
Resha, Robert  Fomer Transvaal Volunteer-in-Chief.
Rietstein, Amy (now Thornton)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1968Cape Town
Rikhotso, PeterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1968Pretoria
Robertson, IanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1971Cape Town
Rodgers, InspectorAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/7/1968Molteno
Rosenberg, BarneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/3/196831/3/1973Johannesburg
Russel, David Patick HamiltonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 197731/10/1982Restricted to Cape Town. Anglican priest and secretary of the Ministers’ Fraternal of Langa, Guguletu and Nyanga which produced a document entitled “The Role of the Riot Police in the Burnings and Killings in Nyanga, Christmas 1976”. This document was banned and the Rev. Russel then published another document , “The Riot Police and the Suppression of Truth” and sent copies to members of Parliament. In Feb.’77 he was sentenced to 3 months imprisonment for refusing to divulge the names of 3 people who made statements to him regarding the behaviour of the police, and which 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 communities 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).
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Sachs, Albert Louis Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Cape Town
Sachs, SollyAct No. 44 of 1950May 1952 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 to attend gatherings or leave the magisterial area of Johannesburg. Solly Sachs defied his banning order twice. He came to trail on 2 counts of violating his bans and was sentenced to 6 months gaol on each count but he remained on bail penching his appeal to the higher courts against the conviction. The Appeal Court in Bloemfontein upheld the magistrates judgement. Since all political work and trade union activity was closed to him he left South Africa.
Sakwe, Lungile RhodesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030/6/1971Idutywa
Saliwa, Joseph HugoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/12/1970Lady Frere Banished
Sandile, Headman Mashiqela  Banished on the 28th March 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convictions of drunkeness and assault, and other offences and guilty of unsatisfactory conduct throughout.
Saterdien, Kamel, alias EbrahimAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1969Wynberg
Saule, Mgabi AbnerAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/12/1969Johannesburg
Schermbrucker, Ivan FrederickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196930 June 197030 April 197531/10/1968
30/11/1973
30/4/1975
30/11/1978
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 (6pm-6am); in May 1975 the house arrest provision was lifted. Married to Leslie Schermbrucker, also banned.
Schermbrucker, Leslie EricaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)23 Nov. 196830 June 197029 Nov 197330/11/1973
30/11/1978
Restricted to Johannesburg. Detained in 1965; in 1966 sentenced to 300 days’ imprisonment for refusing ro give evidence in the trial of Bram Fischer; sentenced again in 1966 to 2 years. on a charge of helping Fischer when he was in hiding. Banned on her release and set under house arrest. Ban renewed in 1973 but without the previous house arrest and applied only to social gatherings.
Schlachter (nee Behr), RoseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196717 June 196931/8/196831/8/1973Johannesburg
Schoon, Diana MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196931/8/196831/8/1973Johannesburg
Schoon, Louis MariusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 Sept. 197630/9/1981Johannesburg Sentenced in1964 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.
Seedat , Fatima (Sayyed Ally)1964. 5-year banning order. Seedat lived in Durban and may berelated to Dawood Seedat. She was also listed as a co-conspirator in the Treason Trial of 1956.
Sehume, Thabo VincentAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 June 197831/5/1983Restricted to Pretoria. University student detained on 19th Oct. ’77 under the Internal Security Act and held in Modderbee prison.
Sekhukhune, Godfrey  Banished
Sekhukhune, Mankopodi  Banished, order suspended for a certain time period.
Sekhukhune, Morwamotse  Banished, order suspended for a certain time period. Eventually allowed to return to his home in Sekhukhuneland.
Sekhukhune, William Mosehle  Hlabisa.Banished
Selahle, Lonica MogoshadiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1969Pretoria
Selekwa, Ma- Afrika, alias OscarAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Transkei
Sello, KhalakiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1970Durban
Sello, Mosuhli PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197930/11/1980Witsieshoek
Seloro, Levy MolefeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1969Johannesburg
Seopa, Boy  Banished
Seopa, Mamolatela  Banished
Seopa, Maphuti Molatela  Banished
Seperepere, Maropeng HoseaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/9/1970Johannesburg
September, Dulcie EvonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196930/4/1974Cape Province
September, Reginald KennethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196729/2/1968Cape Town
Sesinye, WhiteAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1970Krugersdorp
Sewpersadh, ChanderdenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)29 Oct. 197330 June 198131/10/197830/6/1986Restricted to Durban Pinetown Attoney; former president of the NIC; in June ’73 acquitted on a charge of promoting racial hostility at a Sharpeville anniversary meeting; was the 3rd official of the NIC to be banned since it was revived in 1971
Shaick, HassenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1969Pietermaritzburg
Shinners, Mark MabitsiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197431/7/1975Pretoria
Shope, Marks WilliamAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/1/1968Johannesburg
Sibanda, ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/11/1969Cradock
Sibande, CleopasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930/9/196830/9/1973Benoni
Sibeko, Machere StephinaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/10/1969Johannesburg
Sibeko, Mpukwe PetrosAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197231/5/1974Newcastle
Sicwele, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 196931/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Sidelo, Johnson KayaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/4/1973Umtata
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 of charges involving witchcraft.
Sidukwana, Vuyane HarringtonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/6/1968Engcobo
Sihlali, Leo Linda ErnestAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196728/2/1969Queenstown
Sikakane, JoyceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Sikali, NkosanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196830/4/1969Middeldrift
Simayile, Manase Robert, alias NgqoseAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1968Kentani
Simelane, Pitiza Pitness HumphreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1969Durban
Simelane, Lawrence TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/4/1968Pretoria
Simpkins, Charles Edward WickensAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Pietermaritzburg. Lecturer in economics at the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg; former research officer for the IIE, a service organisation for black trade unions (see Albertyn).
Simons, Dr. Harold JackAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/11/1969Cape 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, MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Lecturer in Comparative African Government and Law at UCT; daughter of Prof. H.J. Simons.
Simons, Tanya AnneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Cape Town. Librarian at UCT. Daughter of Professor Jack Simons and Mrs. Rae Alexander Simons, both of whom were banned in the 1960s and left the country. Sister of Mary Simons.
Singh, GirjaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)5 March 197428/2/1979Durban. Sentenced in Pietermaritzburg in 1963 to a ten-year term of imprisonment for sabotage. He had previously worked for the Natal Indian Congress and Indian Youth Congress. Banning orders were served on him following his release from Robben Island. In terms of his orders he was confined to his home on evenings and weekends. He was prevented from receiving any visitors other than his family and had t report to the police weekly. In January 1977 it was reported that he had disappeared from his Durban home. He was beleived to have left the country.
Singh, Jayden NaseleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/3/1968Durban
Singh, UshaberAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Durban
Sinxeke, Headman Heathcote  Banished on the 27th January 1957. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Absented himself from duty without authority for 18 months before dismissal.
Siqila, Mabaso  Banished, order suspended.
Sirunu, ToekAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Elliotdale
Sisulu, Albertina, alias TinieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031 July 197430 June 198031/7/196931/7/197431/7/197931/7/1981Restricted to Johannesburg. Nurse, wife of Walter Sisulu, ANC leader serving life sentence 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 UlyateAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg. Former Secretary General of the ANC.House arrest: 12 hours on working days and 24 hours at the weekends, no visitors at any time and the restrictions on attending gaterings.
Sisulu, ZwelakheAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1983Soweto
Siswana, JimmyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Willowvale (Kraal Xongeni)
Siswana, MkokeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Mqanduli
Sithole, Fana GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 197631/12/1981Restricted to Umlazi. On the editorial board of the Black Consciouness publication Challenge; member of the Umlazi Residents Association; detained on 19th Aug. ’76 under the Internal Security Act; held until Dec. 1976; banned on his release; arrested in June 1978 on a charge of breaking the order, convicted and given suspended sentence.
Sithole, Miriam ThandiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197030/9/196930/9/1971Johannesburg
Sitoto, Lizo GladwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/10/1980Uitenhage
Siwa, Mlungisi WelcomeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/7/1973Glen Grey
Siwisa, ChurchillAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Siwisa, Dennis DidisaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Grahamstown
Siwisa, FunaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Siwundla, Abner ThembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Butterworth
Siyata, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Siyeka, MbuleloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/7/1972Lady Frere
Sizila, AaronAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Cradock
Skina, Reinert TidaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Wynberg
Slingers, Appolis FerdinandAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 19671/5/1971Wynberg
Slovo, Heloise RuthAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Johannesburg
Slovo, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/1/1968Johannesburg
Soci, Mbuyiselo HoughtonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197630/6/1978Restricted to Middledrift, Cape.Former prisoner on Robben Island from 1966-76; was ANC member; served with a banning order on his release.
Sodinha, MurielAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Soga, Dinah Mokwayi, alias MonkeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/11/1969Cradock
Sogcwayi, Wellington, alias MzimkuluAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Port Elizabeth
Sokupa, Silumko SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 25 May 197730/4/1982Zwelitsha Permanent organiser with SASO in Durban; held in detention from 12th Aug.- 28th Dec. ’76 in terms of the Internal Security Act; redetained from 27th April to 6th July ’77. Banned on his release; restricted to Kingwilliamstown. In Sept. ’77 he was charged with contravening his orders on 12th July by entering the offices of BPC in King William’s Town. then removed to another area by the police and forbidden to communicate with any members of SASO, BPC BCP, the Zimele Trust Fund or the Zanempilo Clinic. He was detained on 19th October ’77 with other members of the BPC and SASO.
Solani, Velapi AlexAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Burgersdorp
Solomon, EliasAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Grahamstown
Solomon, Marcus ChinsaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 April 197430/4/1979Restricted to Wynberg.Sentenced with Dr. Neville Alexander in 1964 in Cape Town to 10 years. imprisonment for an offence under the Sabotage Act; banned on his release.
Somwahla, Ndhlovu NuttallAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Nqamakwe
Sonkwala, Jeffrey MsutuAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031/3/196831/5/1972CradockKingwilliamstown
Soyizwapi, Salu VeleloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/5/1973Umtata
Stadi, Elliot SotaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197330/4/1975Mdantsane
Stein, IsiahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1970Athlone
Stemela, Velile JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1970Port Elizabeth
Stofile, Kentridge MongeziAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 May 197731/5/1982Restricted to Kwathema, Springs.President of SASO at the time of his banning.
Stofile, ToobooiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Stofile, Zwelibanzi KennethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031/10/196931/10/1974Springs
Strachan, Jean Clarice (nee Middleton)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830/4/1973Johannesburg
Strachan, Robert Harold LundieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197131/7/197031/7/1975Durban
Suluba, PhillemonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Port Elizabeth
Swelindawo, MtutiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Szur, JacobAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/8/1969Johannesburg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Tabata, Mali Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 14 January 1978 31/1/1980Kwazakele, Port Elizabeth. Sentenced in 1963 to 14 years. imprisonment for sabotage. Served with a banning order after his release.
Takalo, Richard, alias R.M.R. TakaloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930/11/196830/11/1973Johannesburg
Tambo, Oliver  Fomer President General of the ANC.
Tandabantu, Majojo ka  Groblersdal Banished
Tarshish, Jack DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197531/10/196731/5/1977Cape Town
Taunyane, Messina MessieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1971Johannesburg
Tayo, Jackson BalisaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/8/1972Glen Grey
Tele, Douglas, alias MhlonhloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Tembani, Gali HarryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Glen Grey
Tengile, Mbuzeli Nelson, alias GongotaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969St. Mark’s
Teti, WinileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Mqanduli
Thamaga, Solomon  Banished
Thipe, MaryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Durban
Thoka, PrinceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Umlazi
Thomas, Danial, alias OtlhabanyeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/4/1968Port Elizabeth
Thomas, William Maxanjana, alias MaxAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1970Umtata
Thompson, Douglas ChadwickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1967Springs
Thoms, Raymond JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/5/1968Johannesburg
Thornton, Amy (nee Reitstein)Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 196831/3/1973Wynberg
Thulare, Pethedi  Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period.
Thumbran, Alban Christoffel LawrenceAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1970Pretoria
Tikana, Alex  Mafeking Banished
Timol, MohamedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 197631/12/1981Krugersdorp. Former chairman of Human Rights Committee previously living in Azaadville, Krugersdorp. His brother, Ahmed, died in detention in 1973. He was detained from 30 Aug. ’76 to 28th Dec. ’76 in terms of the Internal Security Act. He left the country early in 1978.
Titi, Mandisi PatrickAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Uitenhage An associate of Steve Biko.
Tlhapane, Euphemia NanaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1969Johannesburg
Tlholoe, JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1983Soweto
Tloome, DanielAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/3/1968Johannesburg
Tobias, Ethel Ann Mary, alias AnnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/9/1969Cape Town
Tobias, StephenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968Port Elizabeth
Toboti, WaltersAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1968Kentani
Tokota, WillieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Tokwe, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/3/1973Glen Grey
Tole, Alex FuzileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/3/1971Glen Grey
Tole, Shadrack, alias VuyisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 April 196831/5/1968Uitenhage
Tolibadi, CyrusAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/8/1969Engcobo
Tolwane, GasaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Tom, Collet Walangile`Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972East London
Tonyeni, TempletonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/8/1971Qumbu
Trewhela, Paul HenryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830/4/1972Johannesburg
Triegaardt, Richard George BernardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/4/1970Johannesburg
Tryon, Terrence RusselAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Umzinto Former Secretary General, SASO.
Tsatitsi, John  Banished. Forced to depart from Petrus Steyn.
Tsedu, Mathatha GodfreyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198131/12/1983Seshego
Tsehla, HoseaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Johannesburg
Tsele, JohnAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1969Johannesburg
Tsele, Joseph, alias TamsanquaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1969Pretoria
Tsewu, DiniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Mqanduli
Tshaba, TalithaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/1/1969Port Elizabeth
Tshabalala, Elijah SiphoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197231/8/1973White River
Tshabangu, Goldberg ElliotAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/3/196931/3/1974Johannesburg
Tshafanduka, University SeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Glen Grey
Tshaka, HildaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196931/8/1970Port Elizabeth
Tshangela, Theophilus  Banished to Frenchdale in the Northern Cape. Died in banishment.
Tshazimbane, ErnestAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230/11/1973Dimbaza
Tshenkeng, Drake  Former Vice-President of BCP.
Tshenkeng, Pule IsaacAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Soweto
Tshikila, Zifo Zonke WalterAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196928/2/1971East London
Tshokoma, Mkanysili GordonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/4/1969Peddie
Tsholetsane, James MontaneAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969Krugersdorp
Tshuku, Solomon BangoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/11/1972Nqamakwe
Tshume, PaloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 198031/1/1983Port Elizabeth
Tshwete, Vukile StephenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197931/3/1981Zwelitsha
Tsotetsi, DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Tswana, Florence KoenaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/11/1970Thaba Nchu
Tukutezi, Nobantwana JamesonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/4/1969Engcobo
Turner, Richard Albert DavidAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197331/3/1978Durban Industrial sociologist. Assassinated while under house arrest.
Turok, BenjaminAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/7/1970Johannesburg
Turok, Mary ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/1968Johannesburg
Twala, Busisiwe Gertrude, alias Gertrude HadebeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/10/1969Durban
Twebe, Moses alias BonisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Kingwilliam’s Town
Tyabashe, William  Vryburg Banished
Tyacke, Eric FreelandAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197716 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg. Founded the Young Christian Worker’ Movement in the 1950’s; in 1969, when the TUCSA barred African unions from affiliation, he left his job with TUCSA’s African Affairs Section and in 1971 became secretary of the UTP, a trade union advisory group, and subsequently full-time director; assisted the Engineering and Allied Workers’ Union and the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Workers’ Union (see Albertyn).
Tyacke, Katherine JeanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)16 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg.Administrator of the UTP; wife of Eric Tyacke.
Tyaliti, Edward Sineke  Banished
Tyobeka, ElliotAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Lady Frere
Tyopo, Mhlapezulu WycliffAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Umtata
Tyulu, Stanford SpangoAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/4/1973Cofimvaba
Tywala, SityebiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Kreikammahoek
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
    
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NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Vakalisa, Dumukadi Pescot Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/8/1970 Johannesburg
Van Blerk, Wilma Daphne LilianAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 197631/10/1981
Restricted to Cape Town. Employed by the Food and Canning Workers’ Union in the Western Cape; banned with other union organisers in 1976 (see Albertyn).
Van der Heyden, DorisAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/4/1974Cape Province
Van der Heyden, ElizabethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 April 197430/4/1979
Restricted to Cape Town. Sentenced with Dr. Neville Alexander in Cape Town in 1964 to 10 years. imprisonment for a conviction under the Sabotage Act-alleged membership of a revolutionary organisation in support of UMSA; banned on release form prison.
Van der Heyden, Ian LeslieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930/4/1974Cape Province
Vandeyar, Reggie PakiryAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19731 June 197831/5/197831/5/1983
Restricted to Johannesburg. Sentenced in 1963 to 10 years. imprisonment on Robben Island for sabotage in connection with MK activities; banned and house-arrested on release. On 23rd March ’78 he was charged with contravening his banning order in May ’77. He was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment suspended for 5 years.
Vanqa, Msimelelo OwenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975East London
Van Roos, HendrikAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1970Johannesburg
Vara, Eric LulamileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/9/1968Cradock
Vara, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/8/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Variava, Sadecque MohamedAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197930/11/1983Lenasia Former Secretary for Arts and Education, BCP.
Vawda, Cassim IsmailAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/10/1971Durban
Vellem, Headman Malenyisi  
Banished on the 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 generally of unsatisfactory conduct.
Vena, BenAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Middledrift
Vena, JamesAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Glen Grey
Venkatrathnam, Surinarayam KalaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 19685 April 197831/7/197031/3/1983
Restricted to Durban. Was a member of UMSA and APDUSA; convicted under the Terrorism Act in 1972 and sentenced to 6 yrs. imprisonment; banning order served on him 10 minutes before his release from prison in 1978.
Vera, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196729/2/1968Cradock
Verasammy, John Navaraih, alias Paul JosephAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Johannesburg
Vigna, James RandolphAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730/11/196730/11/1968Cape Town
Vikilahle, MbuyiseloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331/12/1974Mdantsane
Vongwe, Sabele WisemanAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830/9/1969Mount Frere
Vusani, Joseph BransbyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1971Johannesburg
Vuthela, Siphiwo SeftonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1970Johannesburg
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Walker, Abraham Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)29 Oct. 197731/10/1982Pietersburg: Born in South Africa but now believed to be an American citizen, who was working as personal adviser to Dr. Cedric Phatudi, chief minister of the Lebowa Batustan from 1975 until his banning in 1977; it is beleived his ban restricts him from entering Lebowa, where the Government Gazette gave his address as Pietersburg.
Wana, Samuel alias PatsoloAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/9/1971Tabankulu
Waqu, Mzoli, AbelAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/3/1969Xalanga
Weinberg, EliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197030 April 197531/10/196830/4/197530/11/1978Johannesburg. Born 1909. Former trade union leader. Sentenced in 1964 to 5 years. imprisonment under the Suppression of Communism Act. He was released in 1969 and immediately served with banning and house arrest orders which confined him to his home on evenings and weekends. In Sept’77 he fled South Africa to Mozambique and was later reported to be in Tanzania. Married to Violet Weinberg.
Weinberg, SheilaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)11 Nov. 197631/10/1981Restricted to Johannesburg. Daughter of Eli and Violet Weinberg. 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 repressice 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 the house at nights, weekends and holidays; in Feb. ’77 she is accused with Jeanette Curtis of breaking their baning orders by speaking to each other; acquitted of communicating with a banned person; later convicted of attending a pre-arranged social gathering in that she had lunch with one other person; sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment, suspended for 3 years. 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 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.
Weinberg, Violet MayAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196928 Nov. 197330/11/196730/11/197330/11/1978Johannesburg. Former National vice-President of Women’s Federation and wife of Eli Weinberg. First banned in 1962. Detained for 179 days from Nov.’65 to May’66 and allegedly subjected to illtreatment during interrogation. She was imprisoned for 3 months in 1966 for refusing to give evidence in the trial of Mr. Heymann and Mr. Dingake and for 2 years. for taking part in the 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 station. In Dec.’77 she left South Africa on an exit permit to join her husband in Tanzania.
Wessels, Victor Walter WesleyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/12/1974Wynberg
Wikili, ZamaniAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Wilcox, Alfred KennethAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031 July 197431/7/196931/7/197431/7/1979Restricted to Wynberg, Cape.Detained under the Terrorism Act in 1971; released without charge; banned since July 1964.
Wilcox, Edna Dorothy MaudAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196931/5/196931/5/1974Johannesburg
Wilcox, GwendolineAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197030 June 197530/9/196930/9/197430/9/1976Wynberg, Cape
Wilcox, Robert CedricAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 5 April 197830/4/1983Wynberg. Was a member 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 from Cape Town.
Willem, Kolisile StanfordAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431/7/1975Cape
Williams, Cecil GeorgeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196731/10/1967Johannesburg
Wolpe, Harold LeonardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730/6/1968Johannesburg
Woods, Donald James ChristopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197319 Oct. 197731/3/197831/10/1982Cape Town, East London. NUSAS leader Editor of the “Daily Dispatch”. After the death in detention of his friend, Mr. Steve Biko, he gained wide publicity in condemning the death through his writing and through talking in different parts of the country. His banning was imposed as part of a widespread Government crackdown on individuals and organisations on 19 Oct.’77. He was thus prevented from continuing his editorship. He left the country via Lesotho in Jan.’78. He subsequently received wide publicity overseas, he addressed the UN Security Council on 26th Jan.’78 and called for economic boycotts against SA. He also published a book on Mr. Biko.
Wulana, Wotosa SolomonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197131/10/1972Tsomo
Wymers, ChristopherAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 26 May 197630/4/1981Pretoria Detained and charged with Messrs. Ramrock and Hamilton. Banned after his release and subsequently left the country.
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Xaba, AntonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331/5/1975Pietermaritzburg
Xamlashe, SimonAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/3/1968Wynberg
Xape, FaneleAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1972Middledrift
Xhobisa, GladwellAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/5/1968Mount Frere
Xinwe, Leslie SkhalangayeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/11/1968East London
Xobololo, AlfredAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/12/1968Engcobo
Xozwa, McDonald TembaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(22/2/1967)28/2/1969Mount Fletcher
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Yalezo, Tobeka PhillipAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Qumbu (Kraal Mahlungulu)
Yengwa, Massabalala BonnieAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/8/1970Mapumulo
Yonke, Gile Gilbert
 
 Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 30/4/1975Port Elizabeth 
NameAct/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date)Date on which notice expires:Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)
Zackon, BarneyAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196731/3/1970Cape Town
Zama, Florence FaithAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Pinetown
Zamva, James alias MagmeliAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197031/10/1971Middledrift
Zani, Thamsanqa RobertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 8 July 197730/6/1982
Restricted to Dimbaza, Eastern Cape. Publicity Secretary of the BPC; former general secretary of SASO; detained in 1976; less than a week after being banned was arrested for allegedly breaking his order by having guests to dinner.
Zayo, BebeAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Umtata
Zekani, William NdoyisileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196931/7/1970Cofimvaba
Zicwele, RichardAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831/1/1970Port Elizabeth
Zikalala, Joseph alias SnukiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197130/9/1975Johannesburg
Zindlani, Fikile GilbertAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197030/4/1972Kingwilliam’s Town
Zondi, AlzinahAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930/11/196830/11/1973Durban
Zono, ZanekileAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196731/7/1968Molteno
Zuba, ChristianAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730/6/1968Lady Frere
Zulu, Joshua TembinkosiAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197228/2/1974Camperdown
Zulu, Nelson  Banished
Zulu, Phikinkani  Banished
Zuma, Kalweni Albert  Banished. Forced to depart from Marion Hill.
Zuma, Nkosazana EdnaAct No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196728/2/1969Durban

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