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Khulumani expresses concern on the proposal at the African Union that African leaders withdraw from the International Criminal Court - a devastating prospect for victims and survivors of political conflict in Africa

In 2 days, the continent's leaders at the African Union will debate a motion being driven by the political leaders of Sudan and Kenya for African leaders to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

This is a devastating propsect in a context of growing divides between the leaders of African countries and the people of African countries who suffer the consequences of states that tend to rule over their people, rather than ruling in the service of their people.

COSATU calls for the arrest of Dr Neil Aggett's killers

Statement issued by COSATU, October 5 2013

Federation says the trade unionist was driven to suicide while in detention.

Tomorrow, Sunday 6th October, would a have been the 60th birthday of Dr Neil Aggett, who was born on 6 October 1953. He was a doctor by profession, a career that would have earned him almost all the luxuries that doctors had, but he chose the unpaid job of a relentless trade unionist and freedom fighter.

Khulumani expresses deep regret at the ongoing violations being perpetrated against the people of Cato Crest, eThekwini Municipality

The news of police and municipal violations of protection orders secured by the people of Cato Crest to protect their shack homes signifies appalling disrespect for the lives and livelihoods of people who have little to fall back on apart from their solidarity.

It is also a shocking display of disrespect for the rule of law by organs of the state.

-------- Khulumani endorses the statement issued by church leaders on the crisis in Cato Crest.

Full statement by KwaZulu Natal Church Leaders' Group endorsed by: Church Land Programme and Diakonia Council of Churches:

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Opening of Art Exhibition by Widows of the Marikana Massacre at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission


  When: 9 to 30 September 2014 at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission venue in Centurion, Pretoria.


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