Anton Fransch (c. 1969 – 17 November 1989), nom de guerre Mahomad, was a commander in Umkhonto we Sizwe. He was killed on 17 November 1989 in Cape Town by police and South African Defence Forces for his anti-apartheid activities, after a seven-hour siege in which he defended himself with hand-grenades and a machine gun.
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