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People banned under Apartheid

Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Aba, Lickard Act No. 44 of 1950 (Suppression of Communism Act) Section 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Kentani Abraham, Eric Antony Act No. 44 of 1950 Section 9 (1)

29 Nov. 1976 30/11/1981 Wynberg 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 Maantjie Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/12/1974 Cape Town Abrahams, Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Paarl Adam, Magamonke Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

30 June 1970 31/5/1972 St. Marks Adams, Dorothy Sophie Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Wellington Adelman, Samuel Elias Act No. 44 o

f 1950 Section 9 (1) 30 June 1981 30/6/1986 Johannesburg Aderem, Alan Arnold Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

25 March 1977 31/3/1982 Restricted 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, David Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

5 May 1978 28/2/1983 Restricted 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 William Act No. 44 of 1950 Section 9 (1)

28 April 1967

30 June 1971 30/4/1970 31/3/1976 Pietermaritzburg Ajam, Achmat Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/7/1971 Salt River, Cape Town Albertyn, Christopher James Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

1 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Hazel Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

17 June 1969 30/4/1974r Cape Province Alexander, Dr. Neville Edward Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

30 April 1974 30/4/1979 Restricted 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 Qaise Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Bellville Altman, Phullis Miriam Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Johannesburg Andersson, Gavin Michael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)

1 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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, Frank Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)

5 April 1978 30/4/1983 Restricted 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 Wellington Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 31/8/1972 Kentani April, Maxim     Banished. Removed from Laingsburg April, Nqubeni Stanley Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Willowvale Arenstein, Jacqueline Act 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 Israel Act 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 31/10/1985 Restricted 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 Farouk Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)8 Nov. 1973 31/10/1978 Restricted to Johannesburg Doctor from Fordsburg; brother to Mrs. Amina Cachalia, also banned. Asvat, Zainap Ebrahim, alias S. Asvat, alias Abdool Patel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967

17 June 1969r 31/12/1968 31/12/1973 Johannesburg Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Baard, Francis Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1970 31/12/1967 30/9/1971 Port 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, Ben 1959   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 Arthur Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 31/1/1983. 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, Lewis Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 30/4/1973 Benoni Bala, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/10/1969 St. Marks Baleka, Aaron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/3/1972 Tsomo Balfour, Mabel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930 June 1971 31/1/1969

31/1/1971 31/1/1976. Suicide - jumped/fell six floors down stairwell Banca, Sangxeke Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)

28 April 1967(4/1/1967) 31/12/1968 Lady Frere Bangani, Arthur alias Mqokeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Peddie Bani, Silas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Port Elizabeth Baqwa, Dumo Jeffrey Martin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 30/9/1978 Umzimkulu Bardien, Mogamat Taufie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1971 31/1/197131/1/1976 Cape Town Barenblatt, Yetta Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Johannesburg Barsel, Esther (nee Levin) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 30/4/1973 Johannesburg Barsel, Hymie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Johannesburg Basela, Robinson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Middledrift Baskin, Jeremy Michael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1969 Pietermaritzburg Beck, Godfrey Kenneth, alias Ottie, alias Berg Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Johannesburg Befile, Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/4/1973 Glen Grey Beleni, Moshekile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/12/1973 Lady Frere Benene, Mantilini, alias Flenke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Benjamin, Pixie Olga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Johannesburg Bennie, Alven Ntenie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1967 Port Elizabeth Benson, Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1971 Johannesburg Bentele, Watu Milton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Steynsburg Bernstein, Hilda     Member of the Communist Party. Launched the Federation of SA Women in the 1950's Bernstein, Lionel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg Beto, Simon alias Tahana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Cachalia, Amina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196927 Nov. 1973 30/11/1968

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, Azhar Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1981 30/6/1986 Benoni Cachalia, Firoz Act No. 44 of 1950

Sec. 9 (1)

30 June 1981 30/6/1986 Benoni Cachalia, Yusaf Ahmed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196717 June 19696 Nov. 1973 30/11/1968

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 Ismail Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197030 June 1977 31/1/1969

31/1/1974

30/11/1978 Schweizer-Reneke Cajee, Mohamed Amien Ismail Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Calata, James Arthur Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Cradock Caleni, Charles Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Canca, Richard Sydney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Idutywa Carneson, Fred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Cape Town Carneson, Sarah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Cape Town Cassiem, Achmad Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030 June 1980 31/12/1974

31/12/1984 Cape TownWynberg Ceba, Hoseman, alias Makaya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Ngqeleni Cekisani, Bonisile Jacob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 31/10/1984 Port Elizabeth Cekiso, Jackson Jamani, alias Nyakatya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Engcobo Cele, Bungo, alias Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1971 Inanda Cetu, Churchill Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Cetyiwe, Obadiah Xhamela Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 30/9/1973 Engcobo Chamile, Mokone Andrew, alias Andries Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Johannesburg Channon, Charles Percival Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1971 Johannesburg Charliman, Tommy Ntoyake Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 30/6/1972 East London Cheadle, Micheal Halton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/1/1979 Durban Chetty, Iyavar Moonsamy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1970 Tongaat Chetty, Saravanan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 Nov. 197330 June 1981 31/10/1978

31/12/1985 Restricted to Pietermaritzburg.Formerly chairman of the Pietermaritzburg branch of the Natal Indian Congress. Chiloane, Abel Tipheko Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 June 1978 30/6/1983 Restricted 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 Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/6/1975 Bosbokrand Chiyi, Sigubudu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Durban Choabi, Seretse Petrus, alias Modisaotsile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/12/1969 Johannesburg Choene, Mamokgalake Lesiba John     Banished. Order suspended. Christopher, Dr. Zuleikha Sarojina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 1964 On 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, Delase Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 31/3/1984 Umlazi Cindi, Edmund Butane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Benoni Coangae, John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Kroonstad Cohen, Gideon Denys Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)29th Nov. 1977 31/10/1981 Restricted to Cape Town.Graduate of Rhodes University and post-graduate economics student at UCT associated with Wages Commission (see Albertyn). Cooper, Sathasivan alias Saths Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Durban Cooper, Revabalan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19. Sept. 1975 31/10/1978 Restricted 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 Anthony Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted to Durban. Secretary of TUACC in Durban; assistant to the Textile Workers’ Industrial Union (see Albertyn). Craighead, David Hepburn Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1970 Johannesburg Cranko, Robin Philip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/5/1972 Johannesburg Cuba, Maboyisana Booysen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Umtata Cunningham-Brown, Jeanette Marguerite Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/1/1979 Pietermaritzburg Curtis, Jeanette Eva Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Johannesburg. 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 Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Cape TownFormer NUSAS leader who fled South Africa while under a banning order. Brother of also banned Jeanette Eva Curtis. Name Act/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, Sigodongo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 King William’s Town Dangala, Fizile Shadreck alias Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/11/1974 Mdantsane Dangor, Ahmed Ebrahim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)4 Oct. 1973 31/10/1978 Restricted 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 Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1980 30/4/196930/11/1984 Wynberg Cape Town Davis, David Kennelly Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Feb. 1974 31/1/1979 Durban 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 William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)13 April 1974 30/4/1979 Restricted 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 Bazil Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/4/1976 Wynberg Dawuse, Sampuka Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Dayeni, Mabibi Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/8/1974 Lady Frere Dayimani, Nokeke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Dazana, Walter Mzingisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/7/1969 Tsolo De Beer, David Edmond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/5/1977 Johannesburg Deleki, Wedweni, alias Maphununu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Kentani (Kraal Qombolo) Denga, Luzuko Bishop Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Johannesburg Desai, Amina Suliman Nagdee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)5 February 1978 31/1/1983 Mrs. 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 Barney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1969 Durban Desai, Rissik Hiribai Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Cape 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 Anthony Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/5/1976 Johannesburg Dhladhla, Johannes Nomandla Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1970 Johannesburg Dhlamini, Francis Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Verulam Dhlamini, Martha Litha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1971 30/9/196930/9/1975 Johannesburg 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 Lucy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Durban Dhlamini, Stephen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 April` 1975 30/4/197530/4/1980 Bulwer.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, Nelson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197330 June 197521 June` 1978 30/9/197430/9/197631/5/1983 Restricted 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 Graham Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Wynberg Dick, Nelson Tamsanqa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 30/4/1974 Alice Dick, Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1970 Wynberg Diedericks, Lily Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Diko, Robert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Port Elizabeth Dindikazi, Mbungwa Gilson Dindi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Port Shepstone Dingane, Tom Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane Diniso, Zanomzi Welcome Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Willowvale (Kraal Ngabarana) Diseko, Mathews Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)Sept. 1973 30/9/1978 Restricted to Johannesburg Former president of the Youth Organisation of SASM and a poet.Exile Ditsego, Rebecca Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Pretoria Dlamini, Gilbert Capable Romba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Umlazi Dlamini, Joseph Ntsikelelo alias Mdlalo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Queenstown Dlevu, Johnson Faltenjwa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane Dlomo, Albert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/3/1972 Umlazi Dlwati, Bonisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Engcobo Docrat, Abdul Khalek, alias Khalik Mohamed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 197030 June 197529 Oct. 1976 31/10/196931/10/197431/10/197631/10/1978 Restricted 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, Fanelekile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/3/1969 St. Mark’s Dollie, Fatima Nagdee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Johannesburg Douwes-Dekker, Louis Charles George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)16 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Anthony Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1969 Johannesburg Doyle, Molly Irene (nee Anderson) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 31/10/1972 Ficksburg Dubani, Rufus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Dubani, Sikenke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Mqanduli Dube, Frederick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Durban Dukada, Sisa Allen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1967 Engcobo Duma, Alfred Maphanga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 30/4/1976 Emnambithi Duncan, Florence Lucella Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/12/196831/12/1973 Johannesburg Dwaba, Lungelo Shadrack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 31/3/1981 Mdantsane Dyani, Malcolm Mbonisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 31/12/1983 East 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. Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Egert, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1971 Cape Town Ensor, Margaret Paula Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 April 1973 31/3/1978 Cape Town Ernst, David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Durban Esakjee, Suliman Moosa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Essack, Abdool Kader Hoosen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/5/196931/5/1974 Pietermaritzburg Essack, Abdool Karrim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Durban Essack, Dr. Jassat Essop Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Essop, Mohamed Salim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 Oct. 1977 31/10/1982 Restricted 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 Llyn Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1970 31/10/196830/11/1974 Durban Name Act/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, Essie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 King William’s Town Faku, Mncidisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 King William’s Town Faleni, Bonakele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Nkwenkwana Location Faleni, Nho Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Nkwenkwana Location, Engcobo Fani, Letsea, alias McDonald Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Fort Beaufort Faniso, Tembile Felix Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Burgersdorp Fanti, Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/10/1974 Stutterheim Favish, Judith Shamith Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Alton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Libode Femela Wilson Mahlukaniso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Feni, Blackie Yameni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(23/2/1966) 31/12/1968 Glen Grey Ferus, John Marinus, alias Hennie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1971 31/3/196931/1/1976 Worcester Fihla, Nkosinathi Benson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)14 January 1978 31/1/1983 Port Elizabeth. Sentenced to 14 years imprisonment in 1964 for ANC activities. Banned on his release from Robben Island. Filita, Samuel Bonakele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Fineberg, Anne (nee Nicholson) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 31/7/1972 Germiston Finkelstein, Joseph Victor Beryl Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(20/1/1967) 29/2/1972 Johannesburg Fischer, Bram     First National President of Congress of Democrats. Flegg, Eric Gordon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Wynberg Fletcher, Mellville John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Durban Forman, Sadie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Cape Town Frankish, John Gavin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 19773 Jan. 1977 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Julius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 1970 31/10/196931/10/1974 Johannesburg Funani, Mfana Matthew Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Fundanga, David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Fusa, Kosemtu Jackson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Glen Grey Fuyani, Dixon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 28/2/1973 Glen Grey Fuzile, Mxolisi Jackson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 November 1977 30/11/1982 Mdantsane, East London. Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Gabriels, Ernest Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1969 Cape Gacula, Coleman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Langa Gaetsewe, John Taelo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Gaika, Aaron Kukudu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 311/5/1968 Wynberg Gajula, Sam Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 East London Galeni, Zityotini Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/5/1976 Umtata Gane, Gillian Hilary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Krugersdorp Ganyile, Daniel Mapange alias Dan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Bizana Ganyoti, Mpilwayikanjwa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Bizana Gasa, David Siponono Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 Dec. 1976 30/11/1981 Restricted 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, Margaret Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Springs Gazides, Dr. Constantinos Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/9/1971 Johannesburg Gawe. Stephen Pandule, alias Popsie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 King William’s Town Gcabatshe, Posselt Hardy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/6/1969 Dannhauser Gcadana, Zithobile Edward Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Keiskammahoek Gcezengela, Gerry alias Mlungisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Gcina, Daniel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 28/2/1973 Port Elizabeth Gcobo, Matoto Frank Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 30/4/1981 Mdantsane Gelb, Gertrude Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 1970 31/10/196931/10/1974 Johannesburg Getse, Sine Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/12/1971 King William’s Town Gila, Mlutu Hudson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Engcobo Giyama, Sidlwana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 St. Mark’s Giyose, Mallet Pumelele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1970 Johannesburg Godfrey, Oldjohn Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Krugersdorp Godongwana, Nontana Nelson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 St. Mark’s Goeieman, Mittah, alias Goiloang Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Kimberley Gogela, Maroti Riseholme Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Tsomo Goldberg, Dennis Theodore Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Cape Town Goldberg, Victor Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg Gomas, John Stephen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 30/4/1970 Cape Town Goniwe, George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Glen Grey Gopal, Dahya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Residensia Gopal, Dahya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Residensia Gosschalk, Bernard Louis Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/4/1971 Wynberg Gosschalk, Ruth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Wynberg Govinder, Soobramoney, alias Jack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Durban Gqabi, Joe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 1976 31/8/1977 Johannesburg Gqirana, Mongameli Mobbs Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 1976 31/12/1977 Port Elizabeth Gqirana, Violet Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Port Elizabeth Gqola, Frederick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/12/1975 Mount Fletcher Gqosha, John Pofulane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Engcobo Gqosha, Nyawozake Lennox Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Engcobo Gumede, Archibald Jacob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Pietermaritzburg Gumede, Constance, alias Malinga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/12/196831/12/1973 Durban Gumede, Masakeni     Banished. Order suspended for certain time period. Gunquluza, Hendisini Anderson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 29/2/1972 Willowvale Gwabeni, Joel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 Dec. 1973 31/12/1978 Restricted 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, Buchanan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Gwala, Temba Harry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 1972 31/8/196830/6/1977 Pietermaritzburg Gwaru, Ntshiza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/12/1971 Glen Grey Gwentshe, Alcott Skei     Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period. Gwentshe, Mzimkulu alias Dabana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1970Sec. 9 (1) 11 July 1974 31/8/197130/6/1979 East 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 Sereal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Gxashe, Bonisile Milton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 King William’s Town Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Hain, Adelaine Florence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Pretoria Hain, Walter Vannet Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Pretoria Hamilton, Weizman William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)24 May 1976 30/4/1981 Johannesburg. 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 Tembile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/7/1972 East London Harber, Eric Stanchell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Grahamstown Harmel, Michael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Johannesburg Harmel, Ray Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Johannesburg Hashe, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Hashe, Viola Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Roodepoort Hashe, Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Middledrift Hassim, Enver Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Durban Hassim, Goolam Nabbie Abdullah, alias Goolam Nabie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1969 Johannesburg Hassim, Kader Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 30/4/1985 Pietermaritzburg Hayes, Stephen Thromp Wynn Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/5/1977 Durban Head, Harold Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1969 Cape Town Heleni, Tembisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Heleni, Thozamile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Hemson, Christopher David Lou Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Feb. 1974 31/1/1979 Durban 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, Agrippus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Cofimvaba Hendricks, Hanana Highman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/10/1969 Kentani Hendricks, Ronald Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Wynberg, Cape Hendriks, Gordon Frederick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/4/1976 Bellville Heyman, Isaac Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1971 31/5/1976 Johannesburg Heynes, Edward Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Hill, Jean Farre Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1970 Durban Hina, Nosiza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(4/4/1967) 31/3/1969 Port Elizabeth Hina, Sipo Fielden Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Port Elizabeth Hirson, Bertram Martin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 Nov. 1973 31/12/1978 Johannesburg 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 Stella Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Johannesburg Hjul, Peter Donald Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Cape Town Hlamandane, Mhlabuvelile     Groblersdal Banished Hlatswayo, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 30/11/196830/11/1973 Johannesburg Hlatswayo, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 30/11/196830/11/1973 Johannesburg Hlekani, John Ndabeni, alias Jan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1969 Cradock Hlekani, Stanford Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/12/1974 Mdantsane Hliso, Thozamile, alias Ismael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Hlongwa, Simon Rura Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Port Shepstone Hlongwane, Mhlupeki     Banished Hlonyane, Esrom (or Thlanyana)     Banished Hobe, Charles Mangaliso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 28/2/1970 Potchefstroom Hobo, Titi Kleya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane 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 John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Johannesburg Hodgson, Rica Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg Hoffenberg, Dr. Raymond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/7/1972 Wynberg Hofmeyr, William Andrew Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Hofmeyer Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Cape Town Horn, Patricia Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Mandla Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Wynberg, Cape Hurzuk, Abdurahman Ebrahim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Cape Town Name Act/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  31/1/196931/1/1974 Durban Isaacs, Henry Eric Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/7/1978 Elsie’s RiverFormer SASO president and student at the UWC.Exile Isaacs, Sedick (Cedrick) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)1 Sep. 197730 June 1980 30/9/197930/9/1984 Restricted 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, Ebrahim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 28/2/1981 Pinetown Issel, John James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)2 Oct. 197330 June 1981 30/9/197831/10/1983 Restricted 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 Mahoko Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1967 Kimberley Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Jacobs, Cyril Wallace Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1970 31/8/196931/8/1974 Wynberg Jacobs, Joseph, alias Jusef Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1970 Durban Jacquesson, Alphonse Joseph, alias Salem Saley Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 17 June 1969 31/12/196831/12/1973 Krugersdorp Jafta, Lungelo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 King William’s Town Jakavula, Hubert Kwayiyo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)April 1976 30/4/1978 Restricted 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 Siphiwo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Engcobo Jana, Devikarani Priscilla Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 31/8/1984 Johannesburg January, Charlie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/1/1975 Mdantsane Jassat, Essop Essack alias Jassat Essop Essack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/1/1974 Johannesburg Jewell, Gillian Elsie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Cape Town Jinta, Holiday Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1976 30/6/1978 Restricted 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 Silotyi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Queenstown Jonas, Tembani Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967(7/12/1966) 31/10/1968 Taung Jonas, Yanda Frederick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 King William’s Town Jones, Cyril Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1970 Johannesburg Jones, Peter Cyril Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 28/2/1984 Somerset West Jordaan, Michael Mathew Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)10 May 1978 30/4/1983 Restricted 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 May Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 196830 June 1980 31/10/196731/10/197230/6/1982 Johannesburg Josie, Mervyn Jayaprakash Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 August 1973 31/7/1978 Restricted 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 Gobinambo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/3/1976 Banished to the dreary Kuruman country on the edge of the Kalahari desert. Judge, Ntantiso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Molteno Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Kaba, Stanley Bob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 196930 June 1970 31/5/1968

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31/5/1972 King William’s Town Kahla, James Nqogi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Glen Grey Kalipa, Enoch, alias Gege Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Kalipa, Nqabisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Glen Grey Kamase, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Lady Frere Kame, William Mzufani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Port Elizabeth Kani, Sicelo Harry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/12/1969 Port Elizabeth Kantyo, Sidwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/9/1969 East London Kanyi, Mbongeni Clement Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/7/1969 Pinetown Kaptain, Sonwabo Norman, alias Ntchilibe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1971 Johannesburg Kathrada, Ahmed Mohamed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg 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, Ronald Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Durban Kati, James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/1/1974 Engcobo Kay, Joan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Wynberg Kayingo, Ndondomzi Phangile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/6/1969 Glen Grey Kazi, Dr. Azizullakhar Bahlolkham Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 29/2/196831/12/1973 Johannesburg Keegan, Clive William Arthur Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Cape Town Keke, Zolile Hamilton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 30/11/1975 Mdantsane Kenke, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Herschel Kepe, Lungile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/7/1970 Port Elizabeth Keraan, Sulaiman, alias Sollie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1970 Cape Town Ketani, Christopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/10/1974 Kentani Kgaswane, Gideon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Kgokong, Mpotseng Jairus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 31/12/1983 Soweto Former Transvaal regional secretary, SASO. Khabele, Jantjie Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Kimberley Khabincha, Aaron Saki Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/6/1972 Engcobo Khanyile, Elson Khulekani, alias Allison Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Durban Khanyile, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 New Hanover Khoapa, Bennie Khoapa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 15 Oct. 1973 31 July 1978 31/8/197831/8/1978 Restricted 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, Sikhumbuzo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Molteno Khoza, Aron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Khoza, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950 11 Sept. 1976 31/9/1981 Restricted 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 Sefofane Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Kikia, Cassim, alias Kitty, alias Nakooda Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1969 Dundee Kiti, Fikile Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Kiva, Vumisile Act No. 44 of 1950 Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 St. Mark’s Kiviti, Mxolisi Desmond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 King William’s Town Klaassen, David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Molteno Kloppenburg, Theodore Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Durban Kobo, William Mweli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 19696 Nov. 1973 30/11/197330/11/1978 Restricted 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, Wolf Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Johannesburg Koka, Kgalushe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Johannesburg Kolobi, Herman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967   Potchefstroom Komani, James Nongameli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Glen Grey Komanisi, Edmund, alias Luvukwo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 Idutywa Komsana, James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Engcobo Kopane, Isaac Ranthiba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Rustenburg Kopase, Malose Ephraim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Korasie, Ndosi David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Kepton Park Kotane, Moses     24 hours house arrest order for 5 years. Kotze, the Rev. Theodore Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 1977 31/10/1982 Claremont, 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 Andries Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 November 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Albertina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 12 May 1977 31/3/1982 Restricted 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 Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Steynsburg Kumalo, Joseph     Banished Kumalo, Phukwane, alias Jerry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Pinetown Kunene, Bonginkosi, alias Elias Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Verulam Kunene, Jeremiah Linda Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 31/3/197030/11/1971 Johannesburg Kupe, Fosi Winslow Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Tsomo Kwantuy, Magunyana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Umtata Kweyi, John Mamkeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970   Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) La Guma, Blanche Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Wynberg Lamolo, John     Banished, died in banishment the 1 April 1959. Lande, Lennox Diliza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Johannesburg Langa, Benjamin Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 8 Oct. 1973 30/9/1978 Durban 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), Sheila Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Cape Town Laredo, John Eppanandos Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 30/11/1974 Pretoria Lawana, Nontsokolo Ida Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/9/1971 King William’s Town Lazar, Ruth Woodburn (nee Hayman) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1971 Johannesburg 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 Baiden Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/6/1977 Witsieshoek Lee-Warden, Leonard Bart Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Cape Town Lekalakala, Albanus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Johannesburg Lekoto, Merementsi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Johannesburg Lepee, Salanyane Stefaans Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/9/1971 Harrismith Le Roux, Philippe Anthony David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Cape Town Lesia, Mildred Mandu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Wynberg Letlalo, Petrus Willem Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 28/2/197028/2/1972 Johannesburg Levetan, Laura Jean Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Cape vice-President of SRC at Cape Town University and executive member of NUSAS. Levy, Leon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 29/2/196830/4/1973 Johannesburg Levy, Norman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1970 30/4/1973 Johannesburg Lewis, Jack Philip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 1967 30/6/1968 Msinga Lindwa, Shortman Mgangate Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/7/1972 Cofimvaba 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 Harry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1969 Johannesburg Loza, Elijah Nkwenkwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196823 Nov. 1976 30/4/1968

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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, Gilbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(8/12/1966) 30/11/1968 Herbert 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 Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Cape Town Ludidi, Zulani Magabeni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Umtata Lukele, Andrew Manqunte Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1969 Johannesburg Lungile, Lydia Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/12/1971 East London Lupondwana, Rex Dingaan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 1969 31/12/1973 Cradock Lushaba, Dumudumu Alpheus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Pinetown Luthuli, Albert John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 195428 April 1967 31/5/1969 Natal 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 Evott Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Inanda Name Act/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 1976 31/10/1978 Pinetown Organiser with SAIRR.Exile Mabandla, Lindelwa Mtutuzeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/10/1978 Durban Former SASO vice-president and BPC member. In 1975 restricted with his wife Brigitte Mabandla to Tsolo area, Transkei. Exile Mabasa, Lybon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto 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, Eleazer Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Brakpan Mabongo, Washington Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 31/8/1974 Xalanga Maboza, Mackay Gaza, alias Makay Maboya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Idatywa Mabukela, Piet     Banished, died in banishment the 25 November 1954. Maci, James     Banished Madaka, Mbuyiselo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/12/1983 Port Elizabeth Madaka, Mzimazi Eric Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Madapu, Magade     Vryburg Banished Madikane, Bilton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 King William’s Town Madikane, Jack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Dimbaza Madikizela, Cameron Mbulelo, alias Ganuza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1972 31/3/196930/4/1974 JohannesburgBizana Madlaka, Quyu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Mquanduli Madlebe, Mpumelelisi Synod Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Tsomo Madola, Memory Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Madumo, Ndakie Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Pretoria Maduna, Mncedisi Abednego Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/10/1975 Mount Ayliff Madupa, Magade (or Vilile)     Banished Mafanya, Welcome Zolile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 28/2/1971 East London Mafekeng, Elizabeth 1959   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 Darky Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Dimbaza Mafoka, Ras Thomas     Banished. Order suspended. Mafuna, Bokwe James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Johannesburg Mafuta, Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Brakpan Magani, Mashamba Christopher, alias Shabalala Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Pietermaritzburg Magoba, Stanley Mmutlayane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(12/1/1967) 31/12/1968 Nebo Magqabi, Cecil alias Tozamile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 1971 31/8/197031/8/1972 Port Elizabeth Magqwara, Sipho Lennox Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Qumbu Magubane, Sexford Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Maguvanya, Ntsikelelo     Removed from Zwelitsha to Mdantsane near East London in September 1976. Maharaj, Sathyandranath Ragunanan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Durban. 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, Adelaide Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/10/1969 Port Elizabeth Mahlangu, Mqothwa Lucas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/7/1975 Pretoria Mahlawula, Hlengani Jackson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Mahoko, Emily Sesi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Johannesburg Mahomed, Ebrahim Vally Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Natal Mahungu, Elliot Lungile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Cradock Mahuwa, John, alias Thozamile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Make, Vusumzi     Banished Majadibodu, Herman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(31/3/1967) 31/3/1969 Krugersdorp Majeke, Pumzile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 16 Oct. 1975 31/10/1978 Restricted 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 Silulami Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Wynberg Majoka, Lindekile Livingstone Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Zwelitsha Majoka, Lindekile Livingstone Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Zwelitsha Majola, Florence Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1971 Johannesburg Majola, Kwazokwake Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 New Hanover Makalima, Matthews Mfengu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 1977 30/4/1982 Restricted 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, July Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Makati, Ngqukuva Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1970 Ngqeleni Makele, George Kolisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 East London Makeleni, Makhinzi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Johannesburg Makgalemela, Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1969 Pretoria Makgato, Ruben     Banished Makgothi, Henry Gordon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/6/1973 Pretoria Makgothi, Lancelot, alias Zekopanye, alias Lekopanye Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1969 Johannesburg Makiti, Ikabot Molefe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/11/1970 Vereeniging Makohliso, Lusisi Charles Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 28/2/1970 Qumbu Makubalo, Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Victoria East Makuto, Hubert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Benoni Makwabe, Nisbet Mzwandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/5/1973 Middledrift Makwabe, Tengile Terence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Makwetu, Mlamli Clarence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/5/1970 St. Mark’s Malele, Elman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 28/2/196928/2/1971 Johannesburg Maleoa, Stephen Rakhosi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johanesburg Malgas, Billy Mvuso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/8/1972 Glen Grey Malgas, Ernest Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 1977 30/4/1982 Restricted 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 Fezile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Queenstown Malindi, Zolile, alias Zollie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 31/1/196831/1/1973 Wynberg, Cape Mall, Hassim Ebrahim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1967 Durban Malows, Gabriella Marie Leontine (now Kraft) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1969 Johannesburg Malusi, George Mtumni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Malusi, McGregor Zama Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(28/11/1966) 31/10/1968 Nqamakwe Mamogobo, Thoko Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(2/2/1967) 31/1/1972 Johannesburg Mampie, Johannes Molehe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Kimberley Mampunye, Meshack Gilbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Keiskammahoek Manamela, Frans, alias Lesiba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Manana, Perry Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1970 Durban Manase, James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Manci, Bambela Alois Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Johannesburg Mancoko, Livingstone, alias Mazizi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/10/196831/10/1970 Port Elizabeth Mandela, Nelson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 195628 April 1967 March 1961 1/10/1967 Johannesburg Former Transvaal president of ANC and President of ANC Youth League. Mandela, Nomzamo Winnie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197128 Dec. 1976 28/2/197030/9/197531/12/1981 Restricted 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 Jacob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/7/1972 Queenstown Mangena, Mosibudi Aaron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 2 Oct. 1978 31/10/1983 Umlazi Mangope, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Manisi alias Mansi, Mparolo Oria Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1975 31/8/1976 Lady Frere Mankayi, Stukuna Pasman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Manqina, Douglas Thandatu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1967 Nyanga 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 Zaccheaus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/5/1969 Glen Grey Manzi, Gladys Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 1979 31/1/196931/1/197431/3/1984 DurbanUmlazi Mapanga, Bekizwe Russel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 1979 31/5/197431/3/1984 UmzintoUmlazi Mapapu, Mncedisi Enoch Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Cofimvaba Maphaqo, Mahluko Saul Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Steynsburg Maphumulo, Msizeni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/3/1984 Inanda Mapitse, Andrew Mokoiniki Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Kimberley Maponya, Selbourne Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1974 Pietersburg Maqana, Patric Fenele alias Patic Tshaka Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/8/1970 Port Elizabeth Maqaza, Kikiki Henry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Maqina, Rev. Mzwandile Ebenezer Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 July 1977 31/3/1982 Restricted 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, Mdandalaza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Willowvale (Kraal Nqabarana) Maqungo, Joshua Machubandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/4/1972 Glen Grey Maqungu, Bellington Mncedisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Nqamakwe Maranjana, Stanley Kekana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/6/1973 Cala 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, Baptiste Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 11 July 1977 31/5/1982 Restricted 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, Marimuthu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1983 Verulam Marks, John Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Johannesburg Marney, Cardiff Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Cape Maroo, Oupa John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1975 31/12/1976 Ga-Rankuwa Marsh, James Peter alias Baih Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/12/1974 Bellville Marutanyane, Kgagudi     Banished, order suspended for a certain time period. Marwebu, Bomvane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Masabalala, Mackay Nangamso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1970 Johannesburg Masala, McDonald Mncedisi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1976 31/3/1978 Victoria East Masango, Mthandazo Aaron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Durban Mase, Caleb Vuyile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Wynberg Maseti, Cyril Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Lady Frere (Kraal Nacaubeni) Maseti, Jackson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/3/1974 Mdantsane Mashaba, Bertha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Germiston National Executive member of the Federation of SA Women. Mashaba, Tshintsheng Caroline Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1971 31/5/197131/5/1976 Johannesburg Mashaba, Tukuza Andrew Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 30/9/1981 Johannesburg Mashigo, Anice Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg 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, Klaas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Pretoria Mashmaite, Matswene Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/12/1969 Pietersburg Masimini, Reubin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Peddie Masiza, Allison Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Victoria East Masondo, Andrew Mandla Lekoto Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1976 30/4/1978 Umlazi Masuku, Muzikayise Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Melmoth Matalana, Ncegwana Julius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1975 Mdantsane 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 Zukula Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Mateman, Don Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1969 Johannesburg Mathaba, William Sibenga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Pretoria Mathebula, Rosina Manase Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/6/1970 Inanda Matthews, John Edward Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1980 31/12/1982 Johannesburg Mathews, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1968 Potchefstroom Mathibela, Mbembi Enoch Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 30/9/1971 Potgietersrus Mathiso, Themba Horace Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Mathole, Soka Philemon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Mati, Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Peddie Mati, Joseph alias Joe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 29/2/1976 Mdantsane Mati, Winard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 28/2/1973 Port Elizabeth Matikinca, Elic Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/8/1970 Port Elizabeth Matime, Radichaba Kenneth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)26 June 1978 31/5/1983 Restricted 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 Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Matlaku, Martha Motlhagmag Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1969 Johannesburg Matlaku, Ishmael Banyatse Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Johannesburg Matlala, Jacob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Pretoria 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, Patrick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/9/1970 Pretoria Matomela, Florence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196721 June 1968 31/3/196831/3/1973 Port 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 Amos Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Adelaide Matsemela, Morris Matsobane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Pretoria Matsha, Stanley Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Glen Grey Matshaba, Charles alias Sisutu alias Matchappa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197030 June 1971 31/1/197131/1/1973 Port Elizabeth Matshayana, Gilpin Gilbert Tozamile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Engcobo Matshayana, McDonald Mxolisa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Engcobo Matshediso, Seadimo Monica Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Kimberley Matshetshisa, Yithwetsi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Ngqaleni Matshoba, Nikiwe Deborah Felicity Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Krugersdorp Former literary director of SASO. Matsimela, Morris Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/12/1973 Tzaneen Matta, Don Molteno Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1976 30/9/1977 Mdantsane Mattera, Donald Francisco Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 24 Nov. 19732 Nov. 1978 31/10/197831/10/1983 Johannesburg 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, Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1976 31/12/1977 Johannesburg Matywatywa, Daveti Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/6/1973 Glen Grey Maumakwe, Boiki Isaac, alias Moumakoe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730 June 1971 31/3/1971 31/3/1976 Johannesburg Mavuso, John Jolane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196730 June 1971 28/2/197129/2/1976 Johannesburg Mawalal, Ramgobin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1970 Durban Mawini, Jackson alias Gcazimbana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 King William’s Town Mayedo, Mbebe Henry alias Mayedwa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 28/2/1974 King William’s Town Mayedwa, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Mayekiso, Caleb Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Port Elizabeth Mayekiso, Maxwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 4 April 1977 30/4/1982 Restricted 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, Zubeida Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/12/1983 Lenasia Mayoli, Josiah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Port Elizabeth Mayson, Cedric Radcliffe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)31 July 197819 Oct. 1977 31/10/1982 Restricted to Johannesburg.Editor of the CI journal Pro Veritate; banned at the same time as Beyers Naude and others; former Methodist minister. Detained in Dec.’76 for a short period. Mazibuko, Fanyane Daniel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/7/1983 Pimville Mazibuko, Thandisizwe Mphiwa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto Committee of Ten. Mazibuku, Whilence, alias Wireless Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Inanda Mazwayi, Kapi Archi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/6/1971 East London Mazwi, Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/3/1972 King William’s Town Mbada, Tsoro Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 King William’s Town/Kwelerana Mbali, Mehlo Gladwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 30/6/1976 Mdantsane Mbamama, Vincent     Vryburg Banished Mbane, Livingstone Russel Jiyana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1974 30/4/196831/12/1975 Wynberg Alice Mbanzi, Zibonele Klaas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Glen Grey Mbata, Jeremiah Congress Mphitizeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1971 Springs Mbata, Oupa Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Pretoria Mbata, Zazi Isaac, alias Mcwaningi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Durban Mbata, Stukuna Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Mbate, Msizwana     Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn. Mbatyoti, Mzimkulu Gladman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Alice Mbekela, Charlie Jongile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane Mbeki, Govan Archibald Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Port Elizabeth Mbekile, Vukile Shadrack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/6/1973 Cofimvaba Mbekwa, Ndumiso Albert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/3/1981 Mdantsane Mbele, George Mduduzi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/4/1970 Durban Mbenya, Reginald Mazimase Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1971 Butterworth Mbeo, April Menziwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 26 Sept. 1975 31/10/1978 Restricted 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 Mabele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Willowvale Mbi, Ntozamele Livingstone Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 1970 30/6/197030/6/1971 King William’s Town Mbilini, Andrew Mzwandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/1/1984 Zwelitsha Mbinda, Sandia Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Mbitle, Modise Philemon, alias Mabitle Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1970 Johannesburg Mbamama, Vincent     Banished Mbokotwana, Simanga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Mboyana, Bethwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Cofimvaba Mboyi, Zamani Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/4/1973 Glen Grey Mbuli, Mzikayise Jeremiah, alias Jerry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1970 Johannesburg Mbuzo, Timothy Ntondini Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Mcapazeli, Sipho James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Qumbu Mcondobi, Mvuyo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Port Elizabeth Mcoso, Alfred Mhlabeni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1972 Keiskammahoek Mda, Leslie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/8/1970 Port Elizabeth Mdakane, John Fakazi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/9/1971 Pietermaritzburg Mdhletshe, Gideon Makatamene Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1974 31/1/196930/9/1975 Durban Mtunzini Mdhletshe, John, alias Ralph Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Umlazi Mdhluli, Daniel Magiyane Hezekia Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Witbank Mdhluli, Dumapansi     Banished. Order suspended for certain time period. Mdiba, Elliot Khizini, alias Elliot Khizini Ndziba Ngxesha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Wynberg, Cape Mdingi, Adonijah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Glen Grey Mdingi, Maqashu Leonard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/10/196831/10/1973 Durban Mdingi, McGloria Mzwandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/4/1973 Glen Grey Mdleleni, Horatius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto Mdleleni, Vuyisile     Former Cultural Secretary of BCP. Mdluli, Masobiya Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1970 Durban Mdluli, Mxosha     Banished Mdoko, Edward Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Meer, Fatima Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 22 July 1976 31/7/1981 Restricted 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 Cassim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 28/2/1968 Durban Meer, Rashid Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Durban: 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 Graham Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Durban Melwane, Borolo Godfrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Mqanduli Memani, Montsomi Grace Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Port Elizabeth Memani, Pitile William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/12/1971 Glen Grey Memela, Bekindhlela Michael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Durban Menye, Nqabeni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Umtata Mercorio, Brenda Evadne Glover Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1971 Cape Town Metele, Toto Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 East London Metha, Thakorprasad Chotalal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Durban Metshane, Peter Norman alias Maxim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 1976Sec. 9 (e) 30 Sept. 1977 30/9/197730/9/1979 Restricted 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 Brecker Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Cape Meyiwa, Makholeka Matthews Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 28/2/1974 Camperdown Mfazwe, Enoch, alias Mbuyisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Whittelesea Mfazwe, Mayford Deliza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Glen Grey Mfecane, Reuben alias Popo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1970 31/12/1971 Idutywa Mfengu, Frank Titimani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Cofimvaba Mfengu, Ncinci Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Mfethi, Phindile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 May 1977 31/5/1982 Restricted 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 Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Krugersdorp Mgandini, Kotkoti Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Mgangxa, Samson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Glen Grey Mgidlane’l Mongameli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Wilowvale (Kraal Ntubeni) Mgolombane, McGregor     Banished Mgumane, Sather Mtutuzeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/8/1972 Tsomo Mgwayi, Mhleli Mc Glory Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 31/10/1974 Mdantsane Mhlaba, Willie Lekwini Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1970 Port Elizabeth Mhlakela, Tshokolo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 King William’s Town Mhlambiso, Thamsanga Winnard, alias Chummy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Port Elizabeth Mhlongo, Fridah Makhosazana, alias Freda Mhlongo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Durban Mhlongo, Stonki Duncan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1972 Umlazi Mini, Mfundiso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Tsomo (Kraal Mhlalane) Mini, Samson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Miya, Chief Vuna 1954   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, Nickle Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Grahamstown Mji, Diliza Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Clermont Former President of SASO. Mkaba, Douglas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/12/1973 Port Elizabeth Mkalipe, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Port 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 Ndosake Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Cofimvaba (Kraal Ncora) Mkhabela, Ishmael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto Chairman of AZAPO. Mkhatshwa, Mangaliso Patrick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 June 1977 30/4/1982 Restricted 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 Grace Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 21 June 1968 31/3/1973 Durban Mkhize, Mdingeni David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 17 June 1969 28/2/1971 New Hanover Mkiwane, Nelson Makobene Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Herschel Mkiza, Sibusiso Christopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 East London Mkize, Kayifasi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Umbumbulu Mkize, Mabunu     Banished Mkize, Mhloshane Annah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Durban Mkumbuzi, Julius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/1/196931/1/1974 Johannesburg Mkunqwana, Monde Collin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 24 March 1978 31/3/1983 Mdantsane, 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 Riot Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 29/2/1976 Mtunzini Mlaba, Charlie     Banished Mlaba, Mpiyeza     Banished Mlaba, Mzwangedwa     Banished Mlalandle, Forlee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port 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, Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Mlamleli, Christina Namalungelo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1969 Wynberg Mlinda, Fikile Edgar Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/1/1984 King William’s Town Mlokoti, Sitembiso Christopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Tsomo Mlokoti, Tembekile Lawrence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(20/12/1966 31/10/1968 Wynberg Mlondleni, Temba Anderson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Willowvale Mlonzi, Alexander Sobantu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Johannesburg Mmutle, Moloka Chistopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/8/1971 Harrismith Mngoma, Amos Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Durban Mngoma, Verginia alias Venus alias Thoko Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Mngomezulu, Enock alias Kisismus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/8/1971 Johannesburg Mngomezulu, Mkubu     Banished from Ingwavuma to Port Shepstone in 1974. Mngomezulu, Robert Papane, alias Tonkola Rupe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/10/1969 Durban Mnguni, Mlungu Enock Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Natal Mnyakama, Dalingwonga Mninizo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 King William’s Town Moagi, Joshua Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Alberton Moanakwena, Seth     Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period. Modisane, Jerome Leteane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Durban Moeng, Mogame Josiah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1980 30/4/1982 Johannesburg Moeng, Sedume Patrick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Johannesburg Moerane, Thuse Majalla Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1970 Queenstown Moetsi, Magapi Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/7/1975 Klerksdorp Mofokeng, Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(14/2/1967) 31/1/1969 Harrismith Mofokeng, Ramafokisi Mathews Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Johannesburg Mogale, Abraham     Banished Mogotlane, Ramaesele April Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Pietersburg Mohamed, Amien, alias Zoot Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1970 Cape Town Mohamed, Bhana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 31/7/196931/7/1974 Johannesburg Mohapi, Mapetla Frank Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) September 1975 31/10/1978 Zwelitsha 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 Hilary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/12/1983 Zwelitsha Widow of Mapetla Mohapi who died in detention. Mohlaka, Matlou Philbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Pretoria Mohlala, Mafahlagana Petrus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Groblersdal Mohlala, Nicolaas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Pretoria Mohohlo, Michael Matadingwana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 1/7/1970 Pretoria Moichela, Moses     Banished Moiloa, Boas     Banished Moiloa, David     Banished Moishwane, Edmund, alias Siziba Manzi Mshwame Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Johannesburg Mokgatle, Paul Ramadiba     Banished Mokgoro, George Gauta Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/1/1974 Kuruman Mokhothu, Rapheal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Mokoape, Dr. Maitshwe Nchaupe Aubrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 12 Nov. 1973 31/10/1978 Restricted 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 Chris Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197431 July 1978 31/7/197831/7/1980 Restricted 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 Aubrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto 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, Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/11/1970 Vereeniging Mokwebo, George alias David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Molale, Dinkwetsi Kate Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1969 Johannesburg Molefe, Selina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/3/196931/3/1974 Johannesburg Molewa, Phetole Bernard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg 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 Lazarus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Johannesburg. Moloto, Bakone Justice Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/9/1974 Johannesburg Monare, Elias     Banished Monare, Matlagameng George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg 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, Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 19734 April 1978 31/3/196831/3/197331/3/197831/3/1983 Restricted 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 Rajoo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Durban 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 Moyi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Port 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, Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Krugersdorp Moonsamy, Kesval, alias M. Kasavaloo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Durban Moonsamy, Kisten Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Feb. 1978 28/2/1983 Restricted 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 Scott Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/1/1977 Johannesburg Moosa, Ismail, alias Salojee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/1/196931/1/1974 Johannesburg Mopeli, Chief 1954   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 Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1971 Pietermaritzburg Moremi, Ntsizi Elijah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 7 March 1978 28/2/1983 Restricted 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, Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Potchefstroom Moroe, Kgaphu Isaac Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Bethlehem 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 Kgomotsi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 1973 31/3/196831/3/197331/3/1978 Vryburg Trade union organiser; accused in the Treason Trial 1956-61 and acquitted; collaborated with Helen Joseph in tracing and assisting Africans who had been banished to remote areas of 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 Morodi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Morris, Joas     Banished. Forced to depart from Calvinia. Mosalo, Molefe Raymond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/6/1970 Pretoria Mosata, Mooketsi Aaron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1967 Kimberley Moseneke, Dikgang Ernest Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/7/1978 Preotoria Mosenyi, Kenneth     Banished Moses, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/3/1974 Mdantsane Mosetlha, Pitso Lucas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(13/12/1966) 31/12/1968 Pretoria Moshumi, Sebulaoa     Banished. Order suspended. Mosikare, Mosimanegape Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Mosotoane, Mapula Rosie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1971 Johannesburg Mosupye, Tseleng John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Pretoria Motala, Dr. Mohamed Mamjee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Pietermaritzburg Motau, Mankurwana David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Motau, Patrick Abie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/7/1975 Witbank Mothopeng, Sephanian Lekoana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196817 June 1969 31/5/196931/5/1971 Harrismith Motsau, Nkutsoeu Petrus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/4/1984 Witsieshoek Motshabi, Caleb Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1976 31/12/1977 Thaba Nchu Motshabi, John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Motsoeneng, Nonceba Hendriet alias Nzuba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Glen Grey Motsoeneng, Thaba Elijah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1974 Witsieshoek Mphahlele, Harry     Banished. Order suspended for certain time period. Mphahlele, Namedi     Banished. Order suspended for certain time period. Mphosho, Florence Gladys Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Mpotulo, Bongo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Johannesburg Motsoeneng, Thaba Elijah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 28/2/1974 Witsieshoek Mpumlwana, Malusi     Former Eastern Cape regional director, BCP - his banning order was renewed. Mpumlwana, Nandisile Flavour Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 May 1977 30/4/1982 Zwelitsha 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 1977 30/4/82 Restricted 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, Winnard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Nqamakwe (Kraal Ngowe) Mqai, Jongibandla Geoffrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Kentani Mqai, Ntobeko Justice Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Kentani Mqayisa, Khayalethu Luckyboy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Port Elizabeth Mqotsi, Livingstone Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 East London Mrwetyana, Livingstone Mhlubi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(4/1/1967) 31/12/1968 Glen Grey Msauli, Vusumzi Attwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 3 April 1978 30/4/1983 Mdantsane, East London; banned from attending gatherings for five years. Msomi, Ndinana Titus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Umlazi Msomi, Otto Bafana Kleinbooi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1969 Umlazi Msutu, Alfred     Banished Msutu, Edwin Songayi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Msutu, Lita Benjamin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Willowvale 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 Synod Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/12/1971 Peddie Mswane, Florence Grace (nee Mkhize) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1985 Durban Mtalane, Ignitia Ntombenkulu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Natal Mtambo, Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Klip River Mtati, David alias Ncaniso Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen 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 Susan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 30/5/1984 Soweto Mthethwa, Alpheus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted to Pinetown, Durban.General secretary of MAWU; banned in 1976 with other union organisers (see Albertyn). Mthunywa, Merica Numzamo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Durban Mthunywa, Osborne Vukile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Clermont Mtikane, Ratshilumela     Banished. Order unconditionally withdrawn. Mtimkulu, Philip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1983 Soweto Mtimkutu, Evans Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Mtintso, Ethel Tenjiwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Restricted 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, Tefo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Krugersdorp Mtombeni, Sifanele Josephus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Whittlesea Mtongana, Silas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 30/6/196830/11/1973 Port Elizabeth Mtshizana, Louis Leo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 East 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. Mgadeni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Umtata Munsamy, Govindsamy (also known as George Naicker) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 July 1978 28/2/1983 Chatsworth Murphy, Jeanette Marguerite Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Durban Assistant secretary of the Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council.Exile Murphy, Michael Patrick Bernard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Durban 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, Gladstone Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/10/1971 Glen Grey Mutu, Ndhlovu     Banished. Died during banishment in 1957. Mvelase, Ngoza     Removed from Msinga to Port Shepstone in September 1976. Mvelase, Vusumuzi Vitus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 4 March 1977 31/1/1982 Restricted 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 Douglas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Mvene, David Zandizile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/7/1972 Umtata Mvovo, Mxolisi Lawrence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1977 31/3/1982 Zwelitsha Mvuka, Pilani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Mxakato, Kate Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Mxenge, Mlungiso Griffiths Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196915 Oct. 1973 28/2/197130/9/1978 Resricted 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 Hallock Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 Willowvale Myeza, Barnard, alias Bekizwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mapumulo Mzamo, Stuurman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Mzimba, Bokwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Qumbu Mzini, Balele Moriat Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/5/1970 King William’s Town Mzolisa, Msimboti Mzulelwa, alias Ntshabuntshaba, alias Mpengesi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Mqanduli Mzotane, Rodwell Nyembesi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/6/1969 Kentani Name Act/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 James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/5/1969 Glen Grey Naicker, George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 197329 Feb. 1978 31/10/197828/2/1983 Restricted to Durban. Convicted in 1963 in the Pietermaritzburg sabotage trial and sentenced to 14 years. Imprisonment. Banned after his release. Required to report once a week to the Chatsworth police station. Naicker, Dr. Gungathura Mohambry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 1968 30/4/196830/4/1973 Durban Naicker, Mariemuthoo Paragalathan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Durban Naicker, Narainsamy Thumbee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/5/196831/5/1973 Durban Naidoo, Barasarthi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Naidoo, Gonaseelan Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 1973 31/10/1978 Restricted to Durban Naidoo, Govindasamy Somasundrum Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Durban Naidoo, Indris Elathenater Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 31/5/1978 Johannesburg Naidoo, Moorgjah Dhanpathy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 197230 June 1977 31/1/196831/5/197731/5/1982 Durban Advocate and political prisoner, banned on release in 1972.Exile Naidoo, Phyllis Ruth Vasendha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1971 31/3/197131/3/1976 Durban Naidoo, Shanthavothie alias Shanti Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/12/196831/12/1973 Johannesburg Nair, Billy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Durban Nanabhai, Shirish alias Fakir Jasmath Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19731 June 1978 31/5/197831/5/1980 Restricted 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 Grey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/9/1970 Port Elizabeth Nani, Mtutizele Houghton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Mqanduli Nannan, Suriaparkash, alias Billy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1970 Johannesburg Nathaniel, Immanuel Gotlieb Machuriri Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197331 May 1977 31/5/197731/5/1982 Restricted 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 Mohamed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Residensia Naude, Christiaan Frederick Beyers Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 1977 31/10/1982 Restricted 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 Nkosiyane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Kempton Park Ncamane, Diniwe Desmond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1971 Bizana Ncapayi, Nomavikiviki Greta Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 31/7/196931/7/1974 Johannesburg Ncapayi, Vuyisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Port Elizabeth Nchabeleng, Petrus Mama Gase Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19736 July 1978 30/9/197431/5/1983 Restricted 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 Mande Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Kentani Ncumbe, John Mzolisa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Ndabana, Sipho Price Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/12/1975 Herschel Ndabezitha, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Wynberg Ndamiso, Thomas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Roodeport Ndawana, Hoyo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Ndawana, Ngceni Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Ndawonde, David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 1974 28/2/197429/2/1976 Umzimkulu Ndevu, Anderson Mketi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Kingwilliam’s town Ndhlovu, Isaac Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1971 Johannesburg Ndhlovu, Jethro Sililo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Camperdown Ndhlovu, Msutu     Banished, died in banishment. Ndhlovu, Muzuvukile Curnick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Inanda Ndimande, Sibusiso Israel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Durban Ndimba, Tembekile alias Benson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 196930 June 1971 31/10/197031/10/1972 Port Elizabeth Ndinisa, Makwenkwe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Engcobo Ndita, Qilo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Victoria East Ndlangisa, Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Umzinto Ndlovu, Moses Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted to Pietermaritzburg. Organiser in Pietermaritzburg for MAWU; banned at the same time as other MAWU organisers Sipho Kubhekha, Gavin Andersson and Alpheus Mthethwa. Ndongeni, Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Ndoni, Amos Mafinishi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1971 Ngqeleni Ndou, Samson Ratshivhanda Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Nduli, Cecil Benjamin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Durban Ndungane, Winston Njongo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Guguletu Nduza, Jack Phambukile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)1 April 1977 30/4/1982 Restricted 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, Wilson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Ndyolo, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 30/6/1976 Mdantsane Ndzanga, Lawrence Qwathi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1971 29/2/196830/9/1975 Johannesburg Ndzanga, Rita Alita Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1971 31/8/196930/9/1975 Johannesburg Neame, Sylvia Brereton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Johannesburg Nene, Ashmond Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Inanda Nene, Mkhipheni Robert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1972 Umlazi Nene, Samson John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/5/1978 Pietermaritzburg Nengwekhulu, Ranwedsi Harry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 28/2/1978 Durban Nettleton, Clive James Lee Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)6 May 1978 28/2/1983 Johannesburg. 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, Lucas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 16 May 1978 30/4/1983 Soweto. Former teacher at the Naledi and morris isaacson High Schools in Soweto. Was secretary of the Soweto Teachers’Action Committee. Ngakane, Pascal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196817 June 1969 30/6/196930/6/1974 Pinetown Ngakane, William Barney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 1968 31/12/196731/12/1972 Johannesburg Ngamile, William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1972 Keiskammahoek Ngamlana, Victor Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Keiskammahoek Ngande, Velile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Kingwilliam’s Town Ngcamu, Ray Zuma Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Umlazi Ngcobo, Sikosidi Valeria Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Pinetown Ngcozela, Thoti, alias Baarman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Ngcukuva, Somzana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Umtata Ngekoane, Moses     Banished. Order suspended. Ngendane, Selby Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Herschel 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 Masediba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 19687 July 1975 30/11/196730/11/197231/5/1980 Restricted to Johannesburg. Born 1911. She became a member of the ANC national executive during the 1950s. President of the ANC Women’s League and the South African Women’s Federation. Previously she was a clothing worker and became a leading figure in the 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 Nyikinyiki Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/5/1972 Glen Grey Ngqala, Mkokeli alias Mali Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Ngqondela, Wongama James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Port Elizabeth Ngqunga, George Gumjazile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 31/1/196831/1/1973 Wynberg Ngqungwana, Mountain Tuli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Port Elizabeth Ngquva, Oswell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Umtata Ngqwondela, Wongama James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 30/4/1975 Port Elizabeth Ngubane, Cubuzela     Banished Ngubane, Jordan Kush Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Inanda 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, Michael Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 Sept. 197628 Sept. 1978 30/9/197830/9/1983 Restricted 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, Shadrak Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(13/12/1966) 30/11/1968 Potgietersrus Ngwema, Veli Rogers Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane Ngwendu, Lungile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Ngwenya, Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Charlestown Ngxhwana, Mtunzi Origem Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/5/1973 Glen Grey Ngxiki, Rosebury alias Ganzibe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/8/1971 Grahamstown Nhlapo, Frank Fezile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Sept. 1973 30/9/1978 Restricted to KwaThema, Springs Exile Nhlapo, Saul Simon     Banished Nhlapo, Welile Augustine Witness Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 31 Oct. 1973 31/10/1978 Johannesburg. 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, Alex Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 30/6/1976 Mqanduli Njamela, Alpheus, alias Langalikali Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Tsomo Njana, Theophunus Vukile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197230 June 1974 31/12/197331/12/1975 Mdantsane Njongwe, Dr. James Lowell Zwelinzima Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 17 June 1969 31/10/196831/10/1973 Matatiele Nkadimeng, John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 1973 31/5/196831/5/197331/5/1978 Johannesburg 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 Bernard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/6/1971 East London Nkinti, Edward Mawetu Mpinga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 28/2/1971 Willowvale Nkohla, Kontase Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1968 Cofimvaba Nkondo, Ephraim Curtis Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1980 31/5/1983 Johannesburg Nkondweni, Sipo Victor Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Egcobo Nkonyeni, Discepline Magwazandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1971 Idutywa Nkosi, Mfanyana Bernard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 28/2/1974 Ladysmith Nkosi, Norman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Rustenburg Nkosi, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) Nov. 1975 July 1981 Restricted 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, Vuma Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Grahamstown Nkosiyane, Jackson     Banished Nkozwana, Wellington Mqanduli alias Mafumbula Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1969 Engcobo Nkwenkwezi, Rufus alias Mkwanazi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Glen Grey Nobanda, Joseph Chamberlain Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Noboya, Alfred Madudla Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/3/1972 Glen Grey Noel, Victor Reuben Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1972 31/7/196931/3/1977 PietermaritzburgDurban 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 Nokatywa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/5/1970 Glen Grey Nokwe, Myrtle Vuyiswa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1969 Johannesburg Nokwe, Philemon Pearce Duma Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Johannesburg Former Secretary General of the ANC. Nomavuka, Laurance Mandoyi, alias Lumkile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Cradock Nomngongo, Nqarumana Colbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Mqanduli Nomtyete, Moni Regina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/12/1969 Cradock Nongena, Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Nono, Nonane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Nontshinga, Muyisile Frank Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Alice Norayo, Mbe Front, alias Mbi Guzana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Engcobo 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 Sqonyela Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196830 June 1970 30/11/196930/11/1971 East London Nthite, Peter Papele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1970 Johannesburg Nthute, Sephapho Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/9/1970 Vereeniging Ntibexelwa, Hetese Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 1. July 1976 30/6/1978 Restricted to East London. Former ANC member; imprisoned on Robben Island; released in June’76 and immediately served with banning order. Ntlantlane, Tibe Naphtal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1969 Johannesburg Ntlokoa, Lawrence Jonas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/8/1983 Krugersdorp Ntombela, Florence, alias Qoto Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Natal Ntombela, Johannes Mpondlela Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Inanda Ntonga, Zola Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Mqanduli Ntongana, Thimeul Mntuwabantu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1970 Alice Ntonzini, Nontente Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Umtata Ntsangani, Milner Bonakele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Middledrift Ntsoane, Isaac Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Krugersdorp Ntsoane, Jackson Thibedi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 197329 Sept. 1977 30/9/197730/9/1982 Restricted 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 Jackie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1968 Pilanesberg Ntuli, Linah alias Galina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 30/9/196930/9/1971 Durban Ntuli, Mabulala Charleton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 28/2/196931/12/1971 Johannesburg Ntuli, Mteteleli, alias Advokaat, alias Julius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Cofimvaba Ntutu, Mbuyisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Port Elizabeth Ntwanambi, Juwana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Ntwasa, Sabelo Stanley Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 28/2/1977 Kimberley Nxasana, Bhekisisa Harold Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 196831 Jan. 1978 28/2/197031/12/1982 Umlazi, 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 Tandekile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Durban Nyalasia, Gilbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Middledrift Nyamankulu, Songile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Cofimvaba (Kraal Nquqhu) Nyamela, Dabulamanzi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1970 Engcobo Nyembe, Dorothy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 1968 31/5/1968 31/5/1973 Verulam Nyembe, Gabriel Sondhlo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 196830 June 19738. Feb.1978 31/1/196831/1/197331/1/197831/1/1983 Dannhauser 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, Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/6/1974 Kingwilliam’s Town Nyobo, TembekileTemplar Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/6/1974 Kingwilliam’s Town Nzama, Joseph Hlomendlini Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Inanda Nzama, Keluya Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Inanda Nzo, Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Johannesburg Name Act/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 Achmat Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1971 Wynberg Name Act/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, Narainsamy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1970 Durban Pahad, Aziz Goolam, alias Dagga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Pahad, Essop Goolam, alias Hoosein Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Johannesburg Pakana, July Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/11/1973 Dimbaza Palele, Robson alias Mzwandile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Victoria East Palmer, Josie Act 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 Suliman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197124. Oct. 1974 31/7/1970

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31/10/1978 Restricted to Germiston. Pather. Ruthnam Maslomoney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 21 June 1968 30/11/1969 Durban Patsha, Gullford Buyile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/8/1971 East London Peake, George Edward Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Cape Town Percy, Neerbuth Kassie, alias Cassim Allie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Athlone Peteni, Lennox Yose Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Grahamstown Peter, Joseph Makazonke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 29/2/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Peyise, Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Port Elizabeth Phahlamohlaka, John Tseke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1971 Groblersdal Phakathi, Maphefo Jane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1 April 1977 31/3/1982 Pretoria 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 Shadrack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 9 June 1977 30/4/1982 Banished 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, Mlandelwa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1970 Verulam Phillip, Ruben Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/10/1978 Durban Pholoto, Solomon Magalane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Phungula, Helia Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/3/1984 Umlazi Pikani, Mngqingo     Banished. Order suspenden for certain time period. Pilane, Boetiekie Johannes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Rustenburg Pillay, Barathanathan, alias Thumba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/12/196831/12/1973 Durban Pillay, Rungasamy Gopaul Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Durban Pillay, Siva Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 28/2/1974 Durban Pillay, St. Leger Kerr, alias Leger Kerr Pilei Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/3/1970 Johannesburg Pindani, Nelson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/11/1970 Port Elizabeth Pini, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 31/12/1972 East London Pityana, Beauty Nosidima Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)6 April 1977 31/3/1982 Restricted 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 Grant Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1980 31/10/1984 Port Elizabeth Pityana, Nyameko Barney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 19739 August 1978 28/2/197831/8/1983 Durban 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 Mokgonane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 196930 June 1974 31/10/1968

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31/10/1978 Benoni Piyo, Edward alias Douglas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Alice Poloto, Solomon, Samuel Morutane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Pongwana, Johnson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Glen Grey Poonan, Vera Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Durban Poswa, Churchill Vulindlela Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Libode Potye, Ndabajifile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/4/1969 St. Mark’s Prager, Friedrich Fred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1970 Johannesburg Pretorius, Paul Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Cape Town Putego, Moffat Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196721 June 1968 31/3/196831/3/1970 Wynberg, Cape Putini, Yergen, alias Moses, alias Diza Putini, alias Phuting, alias Putin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Benoni Name Act/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 Daniel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1980 31/1/1983 Port 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, Mountain Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Wynberg Name Act/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 Rogers Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1972 Durban Raisa, Germain Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Rakaibe, Chopo Thomas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(22/11/1966) 30/11/1968 Mount 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, Ashlatha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Colenso BCP - worker. Ramdeen, Lutchman Tulcie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Pietermaritzburg Ramgobin, Ela (nee Gandhi) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1971, 197331 July 1978 31/7/197831/7/1983 Restricted 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, Mawalal Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 197129 Sept. 1976 30/9/197630/9/1981 Restricted 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 Bhaga Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Port Elizabeth Ramokgadi, Martin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 5 March 1974 29/2/1979 Restricted 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 Josiah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Orlando-West Ramokhoase, Oupa Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 1 Aug. 1975 30/6/1980 Restricted to Sharpeville, Vereeniging. Former executive member of Sharpeville Youth Club who fled to Lesotho in 1974 during the repression of black consciousness activists; according to his father he was handed back to the South African authorities, who imprisoned him for leaving South Africa without a passport; banned on his release in Aug.1975. Rampai, Timothy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Alberton Ramphele, Aletta Mamphela Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 April 1977 31/5/1982 Restricted 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 Josiah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Johannesburg Ramphomane, Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1970 31/7/1971 Kuruman Ramrock, Johnny Herbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)20 May 1976 30/4/1981 Johannesburg. 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 Samuel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Rustenburg Rancwana, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Randall, Peter Ralph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct.1977) 31/10/1982 Restricted 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 Paul Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Sibasa Ranoto, Morris     Banished, died in banishment on the 7th November 1960. Rantau, Foso John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Johannesburg Rantube, Ralekoke     Banished. Order suspended. Rasool, Malek Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/1/196931/1/1974 Kinross Ratshwaffo, Simbu David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Pretoria Reddi, Soma Lynette Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)12 Dec. 1973 30/9/1978 Durban Appointed to the secretariat of SASO in 1973 and banned shortly afterwards. Reddy, Govindsamy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Restricted 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 1967 31/3/1968 Cape Town Rikhotso, Peter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Pretoria Robertson, Ian Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1971 Cape Town Rodgers, Inspector Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Molteno Rosenberg, Barney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/3/196831/3/1973 Johannesburg Russel, David Patick Hamilton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)19 Oct. 1977 31/10/1982 Restricted 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). Name Act/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, Solly Act 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 Rhodes Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1970 30/6/1971 Idutywa Saliwa, Joseph Hugo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/12/1970 Lady 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 Ebrahim Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1969 Wynberg Saule, Mgabi Abner Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/12/1969 Johannesburg Schermbrucker, Ivan Frederick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196930 June 197030 April 1975 31/10/1968

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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 Erica Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)23 Nov. 196830 June 197029 Nov 1973 30/11/1973

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), Rose Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/8/196831/8/1973 Johannesburg Schoon, Diana Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 31/8/196831/8/1973 Johannesburg Schoon, Louis Marius Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 Sept. 1976 30/9/1981 Johannesburg 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 Vincent Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)25 June 1978 31/5/1983 Restricted 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 Mogoshadi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1969 Pretoria Selekwa, Ma- Afrika, alias Oscar Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Transkei Sello, Khalaki Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1970 Durban Sello, Mosuhli Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1979 30/11/1980 Witsieshoek Seloro, Levy Molefe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Johannesburg Seopa, Boy     Banished Seopa, Mamolatela     Banished Seopa, Maphuti Molatela     Banished Seperepere, Maropeng Hosea Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/9/1970 Johannesburg September, Dulcie Evon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Cape Province September, Reginald Kenneth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Cape Town Sesinye, White Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1970 Krugersdorp Sewpersadh, Chanderden Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)29 Oct. 197330 June 1981 31/10/197830/6/1986 Restricted 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, Hassen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1969 Pietermaritzburg Shinners, Mark Mabitsi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1974 31/7/1975 Pretoria Shope, Marks William Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Johannesburg Sibanda, Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/11/1969 Cradock Sibande, Cleopas Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196717 June 1969 30/9/196830/9/1973 Benoni Sibeko, Machere Stephina Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Johannesburg Sibeko, Mpukwe Petros Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1972 31/5/1974 Newcastle Sicwele, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)17 June 1969 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Sidelo, Johnson Kayani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/4/1973 Umtata Sidiya, Headman Jujiya     Banished on the 7th June 1955. Reasons for Deposition furnished by the Minister of Bantu Administration and Development: Convicted on two occasions of charges involving witchcraft. Sidukwana, Vuyane Harrington Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Engcobo Sihlali, Leo Linda Ernest Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Queenstown Sikakane, Joyce Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Sikali, Nkosana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Middeldrift Simayile, Manase Robert, alias Ngqose Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Kentani Simelane, Pitiza Pitness Humphrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Durban Simelane, Lawrence Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Pretoria Simpkins, Charles Edward Wickens Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)18 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Jack Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Cape Town Professor, former head of the department of African Government and Law at UCT until banned in 1966 and forced to leave the country for Zambia. Simons, Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted to Cape Town. Lecturer in Comparative African Government and Law at UCT; daughter of Prof. H.J. Simons. Simons, Tanya Anne Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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, Girja Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)5 March 1974 28/2/1979 Durban. 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 Nasele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Durban Singh, Ushaber Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Durban 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, Toek Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Elliotdale Sisulu, Albertina, alias Tinie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031 July 197430 June 1980 31/7/196931/7/197431/7/197931/7/1981 Restricted 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 Ulyate Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg. 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, Zwelakhe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1983 Soweto Siswana, Jimmy Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Willowvale (Kraal Xongeni) Siswana, Mkokeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Mqanduli Sithole, Fana George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Restricted 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 Thandi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 30/9/196930/9/1971 Johannesburg Sitoto, Lizo Gladwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/10/1980 Uitenhage Siwa, Mlungisi Welcome Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/7/1973 Glen Grey Siwisa, Churchill Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Siwisa, Dennis Didisa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Grahamstown Siwisa, Funani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Siwundla, Abner Themba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Butterworth Siyata, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Siyeka, Mbulelo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/7/1972 Lady Frere Sizila, Aaron Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Cradock Skina, Reinert Tida Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Wynberg Slingers, Appolis Ferdinand Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 1/5/1971 Wynberg Slovo, Heloise Ruth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Johannesburg Slovo, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/1/1968 Johannesburg Soci, Mbuyiselo Houghton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)30 June 1976 30/6/1978 Restricted to Middledrift, Cape.Former prisoner on Robben Island from 1966-76; was ANC member; served with a banning order on his release. Sodinha, Muriel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Soga, Dinah Mokwayi, alias Monke Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/11/1969 Cradock Sogcwayi, Wellington, alias Mzimkulu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Port Elizabeth Sokupa, Silumko Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 25 May 1977 30/4/1982 Zwelitsha 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 Alex Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Burgersdorp Solomon, Elias Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Grahamstown Solomon, Marcus Chinsani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 April 1974 30/4/1979 Restricted 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 Nuttall Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Nqamakwe Sonkwala, Jeffrey Msutu Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 31/3/196831/5/1972 CradockKingwilliamstown Soyizwapi, Salu Velelo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/5/1973 Umtata Stadi, Elliot Sota Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 30/4/1975 Mdantsane Stein, Isiah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1970 Athlone Stemela, Velile James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1970 Port Elizabeth Stofile, Kentridge Mongezi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 May 1977 31/5/1982 Restricted to Kwathema, Springs.President of SASO at the time of his banning. Stofile, Toobooi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Stofile, Zwelibanzi Kenneth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 1970 31/10/196931/10/1974 Springs Strachan, Jean Clarice (nee Middleton) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 30/4/1973 Johannesburg Strachan, Robert Harold Lundie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 196730 June 1971 31/7/197031/7/1975 Durban Suluba, Phillemon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Port Elizabeth Swelindawo, Mtuti Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Szur, Jacob Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/8/1969 Johannesburg Name Act/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  31/1/1980 Kwazakele, 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. Takalo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 30/11/196830/11/1973 Johannesburg Tambo, Oliver     Fomer President General of the ANC. Tandabantu, Majojo ka     Groblersdal Banished Tarshish, Jack David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 1975 31/10/196731/5/1977 Cape Town Taunyane, Messina Messie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1971 Johannesburg Tayo, Jackson Balisani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/8/1972 Glen Grey Tele, Douglas, alias Mhlonhlo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Tembani, Gali Harry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Glen Grey Tengile, Mbuzeli Nelson, alias Gongota Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 St. Mark’s Teti, Winile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Mqanduli Thamaga, Solomon     Banished Thipe, Mary Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Durban Thoka, Prince Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Umlazi Thomas, Danial, alias Otlhabanye Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/4/1968 Port Elizabeth Thomas, William Maxanjana, alias Max Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1970 Umtata Thompson, Douglas Chadwick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1967 Springs Thoms, Raymond James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Johannesburg Thornton, Amy (nee Reitstein) Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)21 June 1968 31/3/1973 Wynberg Thulare, Pethedi     Banished. Order suspended for a certain time period. Thumbran, Alban Christoffel Lawrence Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1970 Pretoria Tikana, Alex     Mafeking Banished Timol, Mohamed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 Dec. 1976 31/12/1981 Krugersdorp. 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 Patrick Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Uitenhage An associate of Steve Biko. Tlhapane, Euphemia Nana Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1969 Johannesburg Tlholoe, Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1983 Soweto Tloome, Daniel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Johannesburg Tobias, Ethel Ann Mary, alias Ann Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Cape Town Tobias, Stephen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Port Elizabeth Toboti, Walters Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1968 Kentani Tokota, Willie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Tokwe, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/3/1973 Glen Grey Tole, Alex Fuzile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/3/1971 Glen Grey Tole, Shadrack, alias Vuyisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 April 1968 31/5/1968 Uitenhage Tolibadi, Cyrus Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/8/1969 Engcobo Tolwane, Gasa Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Tom, Collet Walangile` Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 East London Tonyeni, Templeton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/8/1971 Qumbu Trewhela, Paul Henry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)21 June 1968 30/4/1972 Johannesburg Triegaardt, Richard George Bernard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/4/1970 Johannesburg Tryon, Terrence Russel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Umzinto Former Secretary General, SASO. Tsatitsi, John     Banished. Forced to depart from Petrus Steyn. Tsedu, Mathatha Godfrey Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1981 31/12/1983 Seshego Tsehla, Hosea Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Johannesburg Tsele, John Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1969 Johannesburg Tsele, Joseph, alias Tamsanqua Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1969 Pretoria Tsewu, Dini Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Mqanduli Tshaba, Talitha Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/1/1969 Port Elizabeth Tshabalala, Elijah Sipho Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 31/8/1973 White River Tshabangu, Goldberg Elliot Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/3/196931/3/1974 Johannesburg Tshafanduka, University Seli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Glen Grey Tshaka, Hilda Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 31/8/1970 Port Elizabeth Tshangela, Theophilus     Banished to Frenchdale in the Northern Cape. Died in banishment. Tshazimbane, Ernest Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 30/11/1973 Dimbaza Tshenkeng, Drake     Former Vice-President of BCP. Tshenkeng, Pule Isaac Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Soweto Tshikila, Zifo Zonke Walter Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 28/2/1971 East London Tshokoma, Mkanysili Gordon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Peddie Tsholetsane, James Montane Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 Krugersdorp Tshuku, Solomon Bango Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/11/1972 Nqamakwe Tshume, Palo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1980 31/1/1983 Port Elizabeth Tshwete, Vukile Stephen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 31/3/1981 Zwelitsha Tsotetsi, David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Tswana, Florence Koena Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/11/1970 Thaba Nchu Tukutezi, Nobantwana Jameson Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/4/1969 Engcobo Turner, Richard Albert David Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 1973 31/3/1978 Durban Industrial sociologist. Assassinated while under house arrest. Turok, Benjamin Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/7/1970 Johannesburg Turok, Mary Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/1968 Johannesburg Twala, Busisiwe Gertrude, alias Gertrude Hadebe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/10/1969 Durban Twebe, Moses alias Bonisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Kingwilliam’s Town Tyabashe, William     Vryburg Banished Tyacke, Eric Freeland Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197716 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 Jean Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)16 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted to Johannesburg.Administrator of the UTP; wife of Eric Tyacke. Tyaliti, Edward Sineke     Banished Tyobeka, Elliot Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Lady Frere Tyopo, Mhlapezulu Wycliff Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Umtata Tyulu, Stanford Spango Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/4/1973 Cofimvaba Tywala, Sityebi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Kreikammahoek Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts)         To be updated Name Act/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 Lilian Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)23 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 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, Doris Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Cape Province Van der Heyden, Elizabeth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 13 April 1974 30/4/1979 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 Leslie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 17 June 1969 30/4/1974 Cape Province Vandeyar, Reggie Pakiry Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 19731 June 1978 31/5/197831/5/1983 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 Owen Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 East London Van Roos, Hendrik Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1970 Johannesburg Vara, Eric Lulamile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/9/1968 Cradock Vara, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/8/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Variava, Sadecque Mohamed Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1979 30/11/1983 Lenasia Former Secretary for Arts and Education, BCP. Vawda, Cassim Ismail Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/10/1971 Durban 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, Ben Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Middledrift Vena, James Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Glen Grey Venkatrathnam, Surinarayam Kala Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 19685 April 1978 31/7/197031/3/1983 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, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 29/2/1968 Cradock Verasammy, John Navaraih, alias Paul Joseph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Johannesburg Vigna, James Randolph Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 30/11/196730/11/1968 Cape Town Vikilahle, Mbuyiselo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 31/12/1974 Mdantsane Vongwe, Sabele Wiseman Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 30/9/1969 Mount Frere Vusani, Joseph Bransby Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1971 Johannesburg Vuthela, Siphiwo Sefton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1970 Johannesburg Name Act/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. 1977 31/10/1982 Pietersburg: 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 Patsolo Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/9/1971 Tabankulu Waqu, Mzoli, Abel Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/3/1969 Xalanga Weinberg, Eli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 196730 June 197030 April 1975 31/10/196830/4/197530/11/1978 Johannesburg. 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, Sheila Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)11 Nov. 1976 31/10/1981 Restricted 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 May Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 196928 Nov. 1973 30/11/196730/11/197330/11/1978 Johannesburg. 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 Wesley Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/12/1974 Wynberg Wikili, Zamani Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Wilcox, Alfred Kenneth Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197031 July 1974 31/7/196931/7/197431/7/1979 Restricted to Wynberg, Cape.Detained under the Terrorism Act in 1971; released without charge; banned since July 1964. Wilcox, Edna Dorothy Maud Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 31/5/196931/5/1974 Johannesburg Wilcox, Gwendoline Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196730 June 197030 June 1975 30/9/196930/9/197430/9/1976 Wynberg, Cape Wilcox, Robert Cedric Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 5 April 1978 30/4/1983 Wynberg. 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 Stanford Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1974 31/7/1975 Cape Williams, Cecil George Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 31/10/1967 Johannesburg Wolpe, Harold Leonard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Johannesburg Woods, Donald James Christopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)30 June 197319 Oct. 1977 31/3/197831/10/1982 Cape 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 Solomon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 31/10/1972 Tsomo Wymers, Christopher Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 26 May 1976 30/4/1981 Pretoria Detained and charged with Messrs. Ramrock and Hamilton. Banned after his release and subsequently left the country. Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Xaba, Anton Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973 31/5/1975 Pietermaritzburg Xamlashe, Simon Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/3/1968 Wynberg Xape, Fanele Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1972 Middledrift Xhobisa, Gladwell Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/5/1968 Mount Frere Xinwe, Leslie Skhalangaye Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/11/1968 East London Xobololo, Alfred Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/12/1968 Engcobo Xozwa, McDonald Temba Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967(22/2/1967) 28/2/1969 Mount Fletcher Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Yalezo, Tobeka Phillip Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Qumbu (Kraal Mahlungulu) Yengwa, Massabalala Bonnie Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/8/1970 Mapumulo Yonke, Gile Gilbert

   Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1973  30/4/1975 Port Elizabeth  Name Act/Section/Issued up to: (delivery date) Date on which notice expires: Miscellaneous: (address, content of order, occupation, whereabouts) Zackon, Barney Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1)28 April 1967 31/3/1970 Cape Town Zama, Florence Faith Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Pinetown Zamva, James alias Magmeli Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 31/10/1971 Middledrift Zani, Thamsanqa Robert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 8 July 1977 30/6/1982 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, Bebe Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Umtata Zekani, William Ndoyisile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 5 (1) (e)17 June 1969 31/7/1970 Cofimvaba Zicwele, Richard Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 21 June 1968 31/1/1970 Port Elizabeth Zikalala, Joseph alias Snuki Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1971 30/9/1975 Johannesburg Zindlani, Fikile Gilbert Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1970 30/4/1972 Kingwilliam’s Town Zondi, Alzinah Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 196717 June 1969 30/11/196830/11/1973 Durban Zono, Zanekile Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 31/7/1968 Molteno Zuba, Christian Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 30/6/1968 Lady Frere Zulu, Joshua Tembinkosi Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 30 June 1972 28/2/1974 Camperdown Zulu, Nelson     Banished Zulu, Phikinkani     Banished Zuma, Kalweni Albert     Banished. Forced to depart from Marion Hill. Zuma, Nkosazana Edna Act No. 44 of 1950Sec. 9 (1) 28 April 1967 28/2/1969 Durban