and the South African History Archive (SAHA),
invites you to join us in Johannesburg on 23 May 2015
to celebrate Black Sash’s 60th anniversary,
and the launch of the new biography
Sheena Duncan by Annemarie Hendrikz.
Khulumani Support Group supports the call made by Advocate George Bizos on behalf of the families and survivors of the Marikana massacre, that the Minister of Police, Mr Nkosinathi Nhleko along with government, accept vicarious liability for the deaths and injuries incurred at the Lonmin mine strike in August 2012, at the hands of the police, and take immediate steps to provide repair to the lives of those harmed in the course of these events. Almost three years since the Marikana killings, families and survivors’ lives remain unrepaired.
The Khulumani Water for Dignity (KWfD) team and Institute for Water Research (IWR) met at the Vukani creche in Vukani township in Grahamstown on 11 May 2015.
Khulumani Support Group, the national membership organisation of 104,000 survivors and family members of victims of apartheid-era atrocities in South Africa, wholeheartedly endorses the Greek Truth Commission on Public Debt. Please find the appeal attached.