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‘Aggett case may open doors for others’

A support group is to lay a criminal complaint against one of Neil Aggett’s interrogators this week in pursuit of a private prosecution. Trade unionist and doctor Aggett died in detention in 1982. He was 28. Neil Aggett Support Group co-ordinator Brian Sandberg said the group would on Wednesday formally…
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Victims' families want Basson struck off

Pretoria - Families of victims of the chemical warfare allegedly administered by Wouter Basson want him struck off the roll as a medical practitioner. "We cannot do anything as families. All we want is the law to take its course and that Basson be struck off the roll," Mamelodi resident…
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Wouter Basson in for shock

Wouter “Doctor Death” Basson, 63, is in for a shock on Thursday as 10 mothers claiming their sons were injected and killed by his alleged lethal products plan a major confrontation. “We have 10 mothers whose son’s were injected with the poison. We will be confronting him because he constantly…
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'Nothing has changed in new SA'

In a debate hosted by the Khulumani Support Group at Constitution Hill in Joburg yesterday, apartheid survivors spoke in unity and stated that their lives had been worse off since the beginning of democracy. They expressed their sadness at the fact that they had not received reparations as they’d been…

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In Memory of Robin Williams

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A prayer posted by Christine Sine which she wrote while thinking about the impact Robin Williams (the actor in Good Will Hunting and many other films) whose death has been devastating for many following his suicide this week. Robin Williams took his own life in a battle with major depression. In Khulumani, we too know the terrible impact of brokenness and pain.

God we know the wounds our world can inflict,
And have felt the heartache of its brokenness.
Let us have eyes to see and ears to hear,
That pain can give birth to laughter,
That humour often hides our fears.
Let us look at sorrow and anguish and not blink.
Accepting responsibility let us become pilgrims in the ruins,
Choosing to respond with love and compassion,
To all who are hurting and in pain.

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