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Tutu supports apartheid claims

"Johannesburg - Archbishop Desmond Tutu has spoken out for the first time against the SA government's opposition to claims by apartheid victims for compensation, urging a US court to go ahead with the case."
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State not backing Tutu support for lawsuits

"The government is dismissive of Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's support for reparations cases brought before United States courts by apartheid victims. If Tutu had discussed his concerns with the minister of justice, who asked the court in July to dismiss the suits, he would have had a clearer understanding…
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Govt: Tutu out of line

Pretoria - Government was on Sunday dismissive of Archbishop Desmond Tutu's support for cases brought before US courts by apartheid victims.
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The end of the rope

"Duma Joshua Khumalo, prisoner number V3458. Imprisoned by the apartheid regime in 1984. One of the "Sharpeville Six" charged with "common purpose" for being in a crowd near the scene of the murder that year of a councillor during a rent boycott in Sharpeville."
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Public Seminar with Mr Ruben Carranza, of the International Center for Transitional Justice

You are warmly invited to a conversation with visiting Transitional Justice lawyer, Mr Ruben Carranza on Wednesday 1 October 2014 from 12:30 – 14:00

 

Topic: Reparative Remedies in Global Perspective: Possibilities for Advancing Reparations Advocacy in South Africa towards Resolving the TRC Unfinished Business

 

  • Date: 1 October 2014
  • Time: 12:30 – 14:00
  • Venue: Offices of SAHA (South African History Archive)
  • Address: Women’s Jail Section of Constitution Hill, 1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg 2017
  • Contact number for SAHA for directions if needed: 011 718 2560

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