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Active Citizens

Victim 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.


 

Presentation of certificates to learners at LaVela High School

On Friday 22 May 2015, coordinator of Khulumani Forum Theatre for Youth Empowerment, Mr Bonginkosi Mayepu, accompanied by Khulumani Development Project Officer, Mr Freedom Ngubonde, presented certificates to the learners at Lavela High School who have participated in the after-school Forum Theatre club activities over the past 6 months.
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Khulumani's participation in the People's March Against Xenophobia in Johannesburg, 23 April 2015

Civil society organisations, including the Khulumani Support Group, faith-based organisations, academia, educators and school students, as well as government and the private sector came together in their thousands to join the People’s March against Xenophobia on Thursday, 23 April, 2015. In an overwhelming show of support for predominantly desperate Africans who have been…
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@KhulumaniAfrica

Sun Nov 19 10:51:52 +0000 2017

10 years ago Khulumani members came to khulumani management to report rape and sexual assault that was perpetuated.… https://t.co/ovb3lGVayB
Fri Nov 17 11:04:16 +0000 2017

All for nothing? Nicole van Driel | 24 October 2017 Nicole van Driel writes on the shameful poverty of some... https://t.co/KQAfelCVm3
Sun Nov 12 06:11:55 +0000 2017

It would be good if Khulumani activists in Polokwane and surrounds could support the Kopape family when the case... https://t.co/ZJ1TdTvrxj
Fri Nov 03 07:37:45 +0000 2017

A 25 minute video by SABC Digital News of the Special Assignment edition of 30 October 2017, "Someone is to... https://t.co/stqNPyh4e6

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