My name is Corrie and I have just joined your website, some information on one of the fallen listed on your site.
Lance Corporal Stephan Leamy, belonged to Regiment Piet Retief and was shot in the lung during a patrol near Enhana in 78, he died while waiting to be casavaced.
His company was temp based at a school and a section was sent out to get water, they walked into an ambush of 65 ters, the section went down and returned fire killing three insurgents, during the initial fire Leamy took a shot in the lung, the signaller was grabbed and shot in the buttocks but he managed to escape.
The patrols had a habit of following the same path every day on their water patrol, but on that day they veered from their route, the ambush was laid out in an L shape and they walked into the short leg of the L, neutralizing most of the longer legs fire.
Leamy had a newborn child, I am sure this info can be verified by the ops reports of the unit, or the military