Phila Portia Ndwandwe (also known as Zandile or Zandi) was part of the Natal Machinery of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) under the leadership of Muzi Ngwenya (Thami Zulu or “TZ”) operating from Swaziland. She was in the unit headed by Ayanda Dlodlo that was responsible for the infiltration of African National Congress (ANC) cadres into Natal.The exhumation of the remains of Ndwandwe took place at Elandkop Farm, KwaZulu-Natal, on 12 March 1997.
• Stanford University. Special Investigation into the Secret Burial of Activists and Report on Exhumations online. Available at www.stanford.edu . Accessed on 25 January 2012
• Truth and Reconciliation Commission. (2001). Amnesty Committee Application in Terms of Section 18 of the Promotion of the National Unity And Reconciliation Act No. 34 of 1995 online. Available at www.justice.gov.za . Accessed on 25 January 2012
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