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Who we becomeVictim re-empowerment is in the hands of victims themselves. In becoming the active participants in their own lives, in a supportive environment, victims are progressively transformed into victors.

The Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) has recently published interviews with widows conducted during a series of Khulumani rights education workshops.

Khulumani has learned that Environmental Science at Rhodes University has decided to choose Water for Dignity as the winner of their annual prize.

Well done, Water for Dignity team members - Mbulelo Lipile, Thandile Duda, Siya Saki, Queen Singata and Xolelwa Nwanza.

Khulumani in Aliwal North laid a charge against their local municipality, Maletswai Local Municipality, for building the memorial graveyard to receive the remains of some 300 unknown Black victims of the Aliwal North Concentration Camp from the South African War (Anglo- Boer War) of 1899 - 1902 over graves containing the remains of their own direct relatives and ancestors.

Khulumani was represented at the National Summit on Gender-Based Violence in Somerset West by its Director, Dr Marjorie Jobson and Khulumani Western Cape member Ms Nondumiso Ncisana. (Mam'Kate)

The Carte Blanche programme of 29 September 2013 told the stories of Grahamstown's 'water woes' that leave residents in both Grahamstown East (the townships) and Grahamstown West where the university is located, without water for prolonged periods.

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