• Khulumani engages the office of the DG in The Presidency - 27 March 2014
    Khulumani engages the office of the DG in The Presidency - 27 March 2014

    As Khulumani groups across the country agitated for responses by government to its unceasing advocacy over the past 16 years for processes of securing justice and healing for victims of apartheid gross human rights violations, and as Khulumani groups prepared for a National Day of Action for Redress, Reparations, Restitution and Justice on 27 March 2014, the organisation received an invitation to meet with officials in the office of the Director-General in The Presidency, Dr Cassius Lubisi. 

    Written on Monday, 14 April 2014 07:40 in Government Reparations Read more...
Khulumani Support Group South Africa
Friday, 11 April 2014 07:35

Grahamstown: a sleepy Eastern Cape city probably best known as the seat of Rhodes University and for hosting the annual National Arts Festival, but recently making waves for less celebrated reasons.

The Carte Blanche programme of 29 September 2013 (http://bit.ly/16OxHVa) told the stories of Grahamstown's water woes that leave residents without water for prolonged periods. In the video presenter Leigh Bennie interviewed, among others, the chairperson of the Water for Dignity project, Mbulelo Lepile.

New Khulumani Group in Soweto-on-Sea in Port Elizabeth

Monday, 14 April 2014 07:40

As Khulumani groups across the country agitated for responses by government to its unceasing advocacy over the past 16 years for processes of securing justice and healing for victims of apartheid gross human rights violations, and as Khulumani groups prepared for a National Day of Action for Redress, Reparations, Restitution and Justice on 27 March 2014, the organisation received an invitation to meet with officials in the office of the Director-General in The Presidency, Dr Cassius Lubisi. 

Khulumani's march to Parliament on 27 March 2014: We request an urgent response to our demands

Friday, 11 April 2014 07:16

On the International Day for the Right to the Truth (24 March 2014), young activists explain why the truth about the past matters to them. Article by the International Center for Transitional Justice - http://ictj.org/

Disappearances, killings, torture, displacement, and repression. The repercussions of these terrible crimes are felt long after they are committed.

Yet, politicians are often reluctant to carry out the difficult work of uncovering the truth about past atrocities, claiming that the society cares only about the future. But in reality, the burden of a past filled with human rights violations weighs heavily on societies, and in particular on youth.

Khulumani Mourns the Passing of Mr Phillip Aphane, a proud Khulumani member and former MK Military Veteran

Friday, 06 December 2013 13:29

As IJR publishes its Reconciliation Barometer Report for 2013, Khulumani invites fellow South Africans to contribute to a ‘radical reconciliation’ through endorsing the Khulumani Proposals for the Social and Economic Inclusion of Struggle Veterans.

Khulumani congratulates SERI on its receipt of the 2013 Reconciliation Prize for its work in representing the families of the victims of the Marikana Massacre at the Marikana Commission

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