RSA – Terrorism – Terrorisme

There was NO mandate in 1990 to negotiate the release of any political prisoners of any terrorist organisation,   NONE whatsoever.    After that year,  we all became victims of terrorism, violence and the worse crime ever – it is still the case after 30 years.     After a meeting between the ANC and NP at Groote Schuur, a working group was set up to operationalise commitments and to ensure that the climate of violence and intimidation was resolved.   But Vula was still an ongoing process by them and violence, killings and corruption are still ongoing in 2020.

Release of political prisoners, Operation Vula and the suspension of the  armed struggle - Our Constitution


This working group was to advise on ‘norms and mechanisms’ for dealing with the release of political prisoners, and also to draft a bill to grant indemnity for ‘political offences’ to the estimated 22 000 exiled ANC and Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) cadres.

In March 1990, prisoners on Robben Island went on a hunger-strike over the issue, unsure as to whether they would be granted indemnity or not. The Indemnity Act passed on 18 May 1990 granted temporary or permanent indemnity against prosecutions for exiles returning to South Africa.

On 25 July 1990, two weeks before the scheduled 6 August meeting between the ANC and the government to take negotiations forward, news broke of the arrest of 40 members of the ANC and SACP who were accused of being part of an ‘ANC plot’ code-named Operation Vulindlela, commonly known as Operation Vula, to overthrow the government by force.

As part of the underground struggle in the late 1980s, the ANC had launched this secret operation to step up and give direction to the ‘people’s war’ against the apartheid regime. The ANC infiltrated key operatives into South Africa, including Mac Maharaj and Siphiwe Nyanda in 1988, and Ronnie Kasrils in 1990.

These ‘Vula operatives’ also developed secret means of communication between the still incarcerated Mandela and the ANC-in-exile. In the months that followed, Maharaj became Tambo’s eyes and ears inside South Africa.

After an intensive internal debate, the ANC decided to keep Operation Vula in place. It believed that it was ‘an insurance policy’ in case talks failed. Tambo was also concerned that the ANC should not allow negotiations to result in the movement being stripped of ‘our weapons of struggle’. Sanctions, the guerrilla force, and Operation Vula would remain until it was clear that the process was irreversible.


Vula confirmed De Klerk’s worst fears about secret plans to overthrow the government under the ‘pretence’ of negotiation and dialogue. Maharaj, Nyanda, Kasrils and six others were charged with ‘attempting to overthrow the government by force’.

The NP demanded that the ANC abandon its policy of armed struggle. The ANC accused the government of failing to deal with the spiralling violence. This was a moment of intense crisis.

A breakthrough occurred on 6 August 1990. After a marathon 13-hour meeting, the ANC and the NP signed the Pretoria Minute in which the ANC agreed to suspend all armed actions ‘with immediate effect’.

The government also made a number of key concessions: it committed to the release of political prisoners by September 1990; to starting the indemnity process by 1 October 1990; and to reviewing the lifting of the State of Emergency in Natal. A Joint Working Group was also formed to attempt to move the process of releasing political prisoners forward. These concessions were described as a ‘historic truce’ that allowed the two main parties to overcome their divide and clear the obstacles to negotiations.

Codesa was financed by George Soros

Codesa (writers) – Kodesa (skrywers)

Codesa Constitution – Kodesa Grondwet


“In the interest of moving as speedily as possible towards a negotiated peaceful political settlement … The ANC announced that it was now suspending all armed actions with immediate effect. As a result of this, no further armed actions and related activities by the ANC and its military wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe, will take place.”

-The Pretoria Minute, 1991

“We are convinced that what we have agreed upon today can become a milestone on the road to true peace and prosperity for our country … The way is now open to proceed towards negotiations on a new constitution. Exploratory talks in this regard will be held before the next meeting which will be held soon.”

– The Pretoria Minute, 1991

The PAC and Azanian People’s Organisation (AZAPO) recorded their unequivocal rejection of this agreement. There was also a considerable amount of disquiet within ANC ranks, especially from its youth and a number of people in the ANC who bitterly opposed the suspension of the armed struggle. At the ANC Conference in December 1990, ANC delegates vented their anger at the moderation shown by the ANC. The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) and its leader, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, welcomed the Pretoria Minute. However, he threatened that the violence would not end until there was agreement between himself and Mandela. It seemed that the IFP leader felt slighted by the fact that he was not invited to these meetings, a theme that would surface throughout the negotiation process.


In their own words

“Operation Vula was a mission inspired by this desire to bring decision-making closer to the people who were at the coal face of the struggle – the struggling masses, the underground structures of the ANC as well as Umkhonto we Sizwe itself, the underground fighters.”

-Siphiwe Nyanda, then member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), and member of Operation Vula

“We wanted to achieve an armed victory … but not at the cost of our country lying in ruins … We were mindful of the fact that many struggles before us had reached a point in their prosecution where there had to be talks, negotiations, cease fire.”

–Siphiwe Nyanda, then member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), and member of Operation Vula

“We couldn’t trust them … We could not, at that stage, believe that what was being started would have some kind of permanence. Operation Vula was on standby and if anything went wrong we would have, of course, called upon our combat units to then move in terms of the programme that had been defined.”

-Charles Nqakula, then member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), and commander of Operation Vula

Joe Slovo came to me privately with a proposition. He suggested we voluntarily suspend the armed struggle in order to create the right climate to move the negotiation process forward … My first reaction was negative. I did not think the time was ripe. But the more I thought about it, the more I realised that we had to take the initiative and this was the best way to do it. I also recognised that Joe, whose credentials as a radical were above dispute, was precisely the right person to make the proposal [to the National Executive Committee].”

–Nelson Mandela, then Deputy President of the ANC, reflecting in his autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom

“The government has all the powers in their own hands – parliament, the administration, the police. We have got the people. We have suspended armed struggle, which is an important contribution to the process, but we are not going to immobilise our people. That’s the source of our strength. We shall continue to engage in mass action.”

–Chris Hani, then senior leader of the SACP and then chief of staff of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the ANC

“On the one side we have to develop a process of mutual understanding towards negotiations. At the same time, we have to remember that we will most likely be opponents once we get to the negotiating table because of our different political ideologies.”


Vula Secret Safari

Rassisme – Racism and discrimination  
South Africa – KZN province – Operation Vula – RASET – B-BBEE legislation


The Vula Connection is one of apartheid’s untold stories, and at its centre is an unusual hero, Tim Jenkin.


FEITE 1 – Dis skokkend wat die ou regering, die NP regime saam Broederbonders, al hul liberale ondersteuners en kollegas asook die kommuniste aan die anderkant van die tafel, sedert 1990, met mag en presisie laat uitvoer het.

Dakar 1986 – Notes of H Giliomee

Dakar-Kodesa 1982-1986-1994

FEITE 2 – Ons almal in Suid-Afrika is in hierdie 1990 tregter van geweldadigheid ingedwing om uitvermoor te word of om te kom van honger.

FEITE 3 – Die Boere, konserwatiewe Afrikaners en blankes word steeds beroof van al hul mensereg waaraan gedink kan word met die 1996  Grondwet en verwante wetgewings soos swart bemagtiging.    En dan word elke sin en artikel in die Grondwet vertroetel as die beste grondwet ter wêreld.

FEITE 4 – Terwyl burgers van Suid-Afrika sedert 1990 grootliks en heelwat van hul menseregte en vryhede, wat die Afrikaanse taal, opvoeding  en die volksetnisiteit insluit,  moes prysgee, het veral “politieke gevangenisse van sekere terreurgroepe”  vanaf dieselfde tydperk hul vryhede met mag en mening begin geniet in die strate van moord en terreur.

FEITE 5 – Ander etniese volke leef steeds apart van mekaar, met hul eie tradisionele leiers, in trustgebiede of grondeise wat CPAs genoem word.   Waarom word ons van ons regte beroof?

Trustgebiede – Tuislande – Reservate

Trustgebiede – Trustlands (segregation)

Ingonyama Trustland (Zulu people)

Richtersveld – KHOISAN AND CPA

Indigenous land (old homelands) – Trustland – CPA  – landclaims

Traditional leaders South Africa: 8840

Development of One Plans – Ramaphosa


FEITE 6 – Dit was duidelik ‘n goed beplande strategie in die hande van liberales, klassieke liberale blankes, kommuniste en terreurgroepe wat bo-oor elke Suid-Afrikaner, veral die blankes, die Boere en konserwatiewes loop wat ‘n bestaan wil of probeer maak maar spesifiek om die voedselsekerheid, besighede en werksgeleenthede te stroop van hierdie land.

FIEITE 7 – Hoe naief was heelwat blankes deur die kommuniste en terreurgroepe geglo het.   Maar weer eens, daar was baie leuens verkondig en geen internet nie.   Dit gaan nie oor die “referendum” uitslag nie, want nêrens word enige wegblystemme vermeld nie, dus kon De Klerk nie ‘n meerderheid behaal het met net ‘n Ja of Nee stem nie.  Die referendum het gegaan oor ‘n grondwet, nie oor die wat losgelaat is nie.

FEITE 8  – Swart bemagtiging is die bose kringloop wat blank liberales en spesifiek Ramaphosa beplan om elke blanke besigheid tot niet te maak.  Ramaphosa is die voorsitter van die kommissie wat dit hanteer.   Die eerste wetgewing van swart bemagtiging is deur Mandela in 1997 onderteken.

FEITE 9  – Skending van Blankes se menseregte is steeds nie afgehandel nie en sukkel die huidige kommunistiese regering daarmee dat daar nog blanke besighede is wat floreer wat miljoene werk aan ander etniese volke verskaf om te oorleef.

FEITE 10  – Met al die korrupsie wat in 30 jaar plaasgevind het, kon ons al verskeie superstate en stede gewees het.   Die pad van Zimbabwe wat ons loop is al ver gevorderd.

Terreurdade vanaf Republiekwording 1961 tot 1990 kan nie vergelyk word met die afskuwelike geweld van 1990 tot 2020 nie.   

FEITE 11 – Meeste geweld voor 1990 is swart op swart geweld wat plaasgevind het.   Etniese volke het nie voor 1990 as ‘n gelukkige reënboognasie saamgelewe nie en ook nie voor 1990 of na 1994 tot datum nie.

FEITE 12 – Suid-Afrika het na 1990 in ‘n terreurland ontaard, waar korrupsie, moord en doodslag die prioriteite is van diegene in beheer.  Vula vlaag 2 en 3 wat steeds gevolg word en wat kinders en baba’s doodmaak sonder om ‘n oog te knip.

FEITE 13 – Skending van menseregte vind daagliks plaas.   Al die Boere en konserwatiewe blankes se menseregte is reeds vernietig.

Wat is en was ‘n politieke gevangene van die ANC of ander organisasies, as dieselfde tipe terroriste steeds na 1994 tot op hede moorde pleeg, verkragtings is hul einddoel is om vrees te skep veral by vroue en kinders,  geboue, infrastrukture of vernietig of plunder of eenvoudig tot as verbrand?

FEITE 14 –  dit word steeds gedoen.


Klink bomme plant bekend of Evkom/Eskom pale saboteur waar alle burgerlikes deurgeloop het, en sommige met ‘n glimlag vermoor is.

Mandela – Culture Watch

Black Pimpernel

Mandela – terreur- terrorism

South Africa  – Arson – Terrorisme  – Brandstigting

ANC – Quatro camps

Moorde Killings/Rapes: QUATRO


Selfs die hedendaagse leiers sing steeds sedert 1994 om misdaad te pleeg soos “kill the Boer” of noem Blankes hul paddas wat hul in ‘n pot warm maak.     

International Lenin School

Daar word al teveel stil gestaan by terreurorganisasies wat ons land totaal en al afbreek en verwoes, instede om dit op te bou.

FEITE 15 – niemand bou op nie, want blankes word verbied met swart bemagtiging.

FEITE 16 – Gaan hierdie tipe terroriste of terreurdade in enige ander land toegelaat word om burgerlikes aan te rand, martel, vermoor en verkrag of hul huise en geboue, besighede en infrastrukture te vernietig of te verwoes?

Bring daardie land dat ons dit ook kan sien en waarneem.

FEITE 17 –  Indien daar na 30 jaar se terreurdade gekyk word,  kan daar opreg gevra word of dit ooit die moeite werd was?   Die antwoord is ‘n besliste nee, want elke blanke se menseregte is vernietig of selfs verbrand.

FEITE 18 – Sommige JA stemmers en die blanke liberaliste en klassieke liberaliste wat die 1996 grondwet sedertdien steun, is meestal van mening dat hulle  ‘n toekoms sien in die sogenaamde reënboognasie.   Hulle val oor mekaar se voete om die ANC te pamperlang en te steun.   En die geweld eindig in hofsake, waar niemand vervolg word nie.

Die spul wat spog met ‘n sogenaamde demokratiese 1996 Grondwet,  moet ‘n slag hul grondwet onder hande neem en gaan vergelyk met die 1955 manifes van die ANC en die ooreenkomste waarneem hoe daar van blankes se menseregte vernietig is. 

FEITE 19 – Liberaliste wat die Grondwet steun, stem ook saam met grondonteiening en swart bemagtiging, want dis daarin vervat.   Bewys die teendeel – geen hofsaak of kommentare teen instellings soos vervreemding van grond is al ooit in ag geneem nie.

FEITE 20 –  Waar was ‘n mandaat in 1990 vir al hierdie dinge om terroriste op ons neer te laat? Hoeveel geweld is sedertdien opgelos met die vrylating van politieke gevangenes in 1990 want dit het nog nooit opgehou nie?

FEITE 21 – Dis onmenslik diskriminerend wreed dat liberaal verligte blankes (of klassieke liberale blankes) en kommuniste om agter 4-5 meter hoë veiligheidsheinings te skuil, woon of werk of deur 15-30 veiligheidswagte opgepas te word teenoor burgers wat 100% blootgestel word aan terreurdade, geweld en besighede vernietig.   Daar word tot 10-15 vloot bloulig voertuie gebruik om een minister te vergesel..

FEITE 22 – Indien dit so veilig was, was dit eerstens mos nie nodig dat daar 4-5 meter hoë veiligheidsheinings op te rig of 15-30 veiligheidswagte aan te stel vir beveiliging nie en wat alles deur belastingbetalers gedra word.

FEITE 23 – Selfs sommige burgemeesters en raadslede word heelwat deur veiligheidswagte omring en elke gebou word omring met veiligheidswagte.   Hoekom vrees diegene in beheer dan die situasie wat deur julle geskep is?

FEITE 24 – Hierdie misdadigers op alle vlakke van regering en samelewing, wat so belastingbetalers se geld inpalm en steel,  behoort elke sent wat gesteel is, met 25% rentes terug te plaas en ook hul belastings daarop betaal, want dis ekstra inkomstes verkry.   Hulle moet vervolg word, maar die regsbank doen dit nie.

FEITE 25 – Lande, regerings, organisasies en indiwidue, wat so mildelik hiertoe bygedra het om wapens in te smokkel, behoort al die burgers van Suid-Afrika te vergoed vir al hul wandade en terreurdade gepleeg, die hartseer wat hul veroorsaak het.   Al diegene wat ekstra uitgawes moes aangaan moet aan hul vergoed word.





Ramaphosa voorlegging: Commission

Regstellende aksie – B-BBEE

Mandela – “Madiba”

Mandela, Mbeki and the Guptas

ANC “Freedom charter 1955”

Radical revolution is their lifestyle.
Red Revolution – EFF – ANC – DA and others

Anargie – revolution

Mandela and Soros

Liliesleaf Rivonia – Mandela


Om alles te kroon, is van die Boeremag lede vir meer as 10 jaar aangehou sonder verhoor – baie van ons eie mense weet nie eers wie en wat die lede was nie.


Different names and Code names


Name & Equipment Codes

















Holland=Lucy’s place







Here are the codes you asked for:

‘T’ code for methods of communication:

TB=Paging service (‘bleep’)


TD=Direct communications via modem (using Coder program ‘Direct’ version)

TG=Telecom Gold or other e-mail service (using Coder program ‘Telegold’ version)


TL=Text Lite

TM=By post (‘mail’)

TP=Tone pad (DTMF keypad)

TR=TapeCoder on Radio

TS=Cellphone (‘suitcase’)

TT=Text Tell

TV=Answering service (‘Voicebank’)

TV codes:


Month + 2 (eg. Jan = March)

Date + 3 (eg. 7/9 = 10/11; 28/9 = 1/11

Time (hour) + 4 (eg. 11h00 = 15h00; 00h00 = 04h00


123 4087

–        11

123 4976 then follows 3, 4, 5

SACP Donovan retailer
Underground Eugene
Money Photos (denominations of 100 = b/w photos: 1000s = colour. Eg 3 colour photos = 3000; 3 b/w photos = 300)


Floppy disk. Cigar

Guide. Courier

Musical arrangement. Ordinance

Yeast. Binoculars

Codes for methods of communication & types of encryption:

FM. = Paging service (‘bleep’)

SW. = Electronic answering service (‘Voicebank’)

TC. = Tape Coder

TE. = E-mail Coder

TK. = Key Coder

TO. = Organizer Coder

TS. = Cellphone (‘suitcase’)

TT. = Text Tell

Mnemonic codes:

AM. = Answering machine

CS. = CompuServe

LT. = Laptop (i.e. T1000 at Mark’s)

MC. = Memocom

MM. = Modem

SW Codes:


None at present!


i). No code for international included in a number.

ii). Include country only if it differs from our respective existing bases; only include town if it is other than Cynthia or that of your residence.

iii). Numbers go: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/0

iv). First add to actual number: 424540 (repeated in that order as many times as necessary � no carry rule)

Eg:. 123 4567. < = = Phone numbers

. 424 5404

. ———

. 547 9961. < = = Number sent

vi). Give the final number over SW.


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The Vula Connection is one of apartheid’s untold stories, and at its centre is an unusual hero, Tim Jenkin.

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  1. […] *There was NO mandate in 1990 to negotiate the release of any political prisoners of any terrorist organisation,   NONE whatsoever.    After that year,  we all became victims of terrorism, violence and the worse crime ever – it is still the case after 30 years.   RSA – Terrorism – Terrorisme […]


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