The Khulumani Support Group is a membership-based organisation of more than 100,000 victims and survivors of Apartheid-related gross human rights violations in South Africa (membership counted and verified early 2016). Started by survivors testifying at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), Khulumani has become a globally recognised movement spear-heading healing and memory, the struggle for reparations, and active citizenship in countries transitioning out of conflict.
In the past two decades we have worked alongside each other as we journey towards facing truth, memory and healing. We have sought justice against multi-national corporations that profiteered off aiding and abetting the Apartheid regime. We have rebuilt our lives through agricultural, and entrepreneurial projects. We have worked towards public accountability. And above all, we have sought justice and reparations for our members who experienced the harshest brutalities of the Apartheid system.
Khulumani continues to stand up to remind the South African government of its as yet unfulfilled commitments to dealing with the consequences of the collective trauma of our violent past to ensure that harmed individuals and communities can be restore to a dignified existence. Twenty years after the transition these commitments to the people have still not been fulfilled.
Latest from Khulumani Support Group
- Khulumani Mourns the Passing of Phiroshaw Camay on 30 September 2016 and Celebrates the 85th Birthday of Archbishop Emeritus Tutu on 7 October 2016
- Advocate Thuli Madonsela delivers the 2016 Neil Aggett Memorial Lecture, Kingswood School, Grahamstown, Wednesday 21 September 2016
- Khulumani Associate, Rita Kesselring's New Publication: An Injury to One Is an Injury to All: Class Actions in South African Courts and Their Social Effects on Plaintiffs
- Khulumani marks Heritage Day 2016 with a Call to Remember Our Past
- Critically Rethinking the Implications of Impunity for South Africa's Apartheid Chemical and Biological Warfare Programme: The POISONED PASTS Exhibition, Nelson Mandela Foundation from 6 October 2016