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Saturday, September 5, 2009

SA Farm Attack Report [20]: Oral and Written Submissions and Bibliography

Report of the Committee of Enquiry into Farm Attacks, 31 July 2003

Report of the Committee of Enquiry into Farm Attacks

31 July 2003


Farm Murders in South Africa (Carte Blanche 1/2)

Farm Murders in South Africa (Carte Blanche 2/2)

  • Boshoff Lt Col B. (South African National Defence Force): 2001-06-19
  • Burger Ass Com F.J. (South African Police Service): 2001-10-17
  • Crosby A. (Agri South Africa): 2002-07-10
  • De Kock Ass Com C. (South African Police Service): 2001-05-15
  • Dissel A. (Centre for the Study of violence and Reconciliation) 2001-09-03
  • Dunn P.P. (Mangete Landowners Association): 2001-08-20
  • Ferreira K. (Agri South Africa): 2001-07-04
  • Geldenhuys K. (Security consultant): 2002-05-03
  • Graf Insp C.H. (South African Police Service): 2001-05-15
  • Jordaan Dr. C.L. (Geo-strategist): 2001-07-23
  • Klaasen Dr K. (National Intelligence Agency): 2001-09-26
  • Lesabana R. (Lawyers for Human Rights): 2001-06-19
  • Loggenberg J. (Transvaal Agricultural Union of South Africa): 2001-06-20, 2002-07-09
  • Martin D.
  • Moll Maj L. (South African National Defence Force): 2002-01-09
  • Moore Lt Col D.C. (South African National Defence Force): 2001-06-19
  • Mothabele M. (National African Farmers’ Union): 2001-07-23
  • Niemann Col B. (Transvaal Agricultural Union of S A): 2001-06-20, 2002-06-06
  • Pereira B. (Human Rights Commission): 2001-06-19
  • Pretorius Supt. D. (South African Police Service): 2001-09-26
  • Ramphele R. (Human Rights Commission): 2001-06-19
  • Schoeman Col. B. (South African National Defence Force): 2001-06-19
  • Steinberg J. (Independent researcher): 2001-06-19
  • Strauss Supt. J.C. (South African Police Service) 2001-08-20, 2001-11-07
  • Van Zyl B. (National Intelligence Agency): 2001-09-26
  • Van Wyk H.C. (Rand Afrikaans University): 2001-07-24
  • Visser J. (Agri South Africa): 2001-07-04, 2002-07-10
  • Vreugdenburg Supt J.H. (South African Police Service): 2001-09-27
  • Weber W. (Action: Stop Farm Attacks): 2001-08-21
  • Wegerif M. (National Land Committee): 2001-06-19
  • Yates T. (Department of Land Affairs): 2001-09-26
  • Zulu Prof P. (University of Natal): 2002-02-06


  • Agri South Africa Submissions to the Independent Research Committee as to possible motives for farm attacks. (Undated)
  • Agri South Africa Information regarding commercial farmers in South Africa (7 September 2001)
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  • Eksteen E. Reverse justice: Impediment and irresolution - Eksteen case (undated)
  • Freedom Front Submission of Freedom Front to Committee of Inquiry into Farm Attacks. (31 August 2001)
  • Joint Operations Farm attacks: Presentation to the Farm Attacks Investigating Commission. (Undated)
  • Koen M. Conflict in the Kranskop area (2002-10-03)
  • Lawyers for Human Rights Presentation on farm attacks I Farming community security (25 June 2001)
  • ‘Louise’ Untitled Email. (4 October 2001)
  • Martin D. Stelselmatige uitmoring van die plaasboere. (13 January 2002)
  • NICOC ‘Attacks’ on members of the farming communit, (including smallholdings (25 September 2001)
  • Nkusi Development Association Cases of assault - human rights violation of farm workers (19 July 2001)
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  • Sanna C. O. His name is Claudio (10 October 2001)
  • Transvaal Agricultural Union Voorlegging aan die Spesiale Ondersoek Komitee na Plaasaanvalle en Moorde (20 Junie 2001)
  • Transvaal Agricultural Union Farm attacks and murders - further information. (27 September 2001)
  • Transvaal Agricultural Union Inligting vir ondersoek (7 February 2002)
  • Vreugdenburg Supt J. H. Aanvalle op plase en landbouhoewes (Undated)
  • Vreugdenburg Supt J. H. Attacks on farms and smallholding (agricultural) (Undated)
  • Weber W. Further information. (Undated)



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  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Attacks on farms and smallholdings (Report, compiled by Strauss Supt J.C. and Grobler N.J., August 2002)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Attacks on the farming community: Comparison between 1999, 2000 and 2001. (CIAC Eastern Cape, compiled by Nel Supt V. and Olivier Capt J.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Attacks on the farming community: Eastern Cape perspective: 1994-2000 and January to October 2001 (CIAC Eastern Cape compiled by Nel Supt V. and Olivier Capt J.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Attacks on farms and smallholdings (Report no 2 of 1998, compiled by Strauss Supt J.C., December 1998.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Attacks on farms and smallholdings. (Report no 1 of 1999, compiled by Strauss Supt. J.C., May 1999.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Eastern Cape House Robbery (CIAC Eastern Cape, compiled by Watermeyer Sen Supt L.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre House robbery: Farms compared with other vicinities (CIAC Eastern Cape study compiled by Watermeyer Sen Supt L., 2003.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Identifying and addressing farm attack risk factors (CIAC Eastern Cape, restricted report compiled. Cronjé by Insp P.d.J, November 2001.)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Provincial crime specific statistics for the period January to December 1994 to 2000 (Pretoria, 2001)
  • Crime Information Analysis Centre Safeguarding farms (Report, April 1999)
  • Crime Information Management Centre Attacks on farms and smallholdings (Quarterly Crime Report No 3 of 9 September 1998.)
  • Crime Information Management Centre The incidence of serious crime between 1 January and 31 December 1997 (CIMC Quarterly Report No 1/98, 27 March 1998)
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  • National Intelligence Coordinating Committee Attacks on members of the farming community. (Status report 1998-01-27)
  • National Operational Coordination Committee NOCOC crime prevention and response service (September 1998)
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  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission Interim Report, Vol 1
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission Interim Report, Vol 3


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Min. of Safety and Security: Charles Ngakula: 'If you don't like the crime, leave the country'

  • Action: Stop farm attacks Farm attacks. (Media briefing, 2000-05-31)
  • Action: Stop farm attacks Farm attacks in South Africa. (Media release, 2000-06-02)
  • Agri South Africa Gruwel plaasmoorde moontlik weerwraak. (Media release, 2001-06-04)
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    1. Bejaardes `n maklike prooi. (2002-03-29)
    2. Hanteer waghonde reg. (2002-04-12)
    3. Hou boosdoeners uit die huis. (2002-04-26)
    4. Profiel van ‘n plaasaanvaller. (2002-05-10)
    5. Oplettendheid is die wagwoord. (2002-05-24)
    6. Plaasaanvalle: mense en hul vrese. (with Barnard J.F, and Van Wijk T., 2002-06-07)
    7. Skep inligtingsnetwerk om eiendom te beveilig. (2002-06-21)
    8. `n Alarmstelsel is goud werd. (2002-07-05)
    9. Boere moet self vir beskrming sorg. (2002-07-19)
    10. Vrektes laat boere en polisie kopkrap. (2002-08-03)
    11. Heinings en spreiligte noodsaaklik. (2002-08-17)
    12. Basiese kennis kan `n lewe red. (2002-08-31)
    13. Fnuik booswigte met deeglike sekerheidsplan. (2002-09-13)
    14. Gemeenskappe span saam. (2002-09-27)
    15. Aanvalle nie toevallig nie. (2002-10-11)
    16. Sielkundige voorbereiding noodsaaklik. (2002-10-25)
    17. Regte ingesteldheid kan slagoffer red. (2002-11-08)
    18. Selfverdediging soms al uitweg. (2002-11-22)
    19. Basiese tegnieke kan lewe red. (2002-12-06)
    20. Vrees maak ons slaaf van misdaad. (2002-12-20.)

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