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How South Africa's dream turned into a grim reality

The video "Freedom and failure in South Africa" published by The Star, highlights South Africa's challenge that informs Khulumani's focus on building a just and inclusive society in which we overcome economic apartheid and we together re-define the courage, love and principles that characterised our work in overcoming apartheid, in…
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Government let us down

MAVIS Phungula, a victim of apartheid violence, says she could not send her son to his matric dance because she cannot secure a job.  Phungula, 47, was injured by a bomb that exploded at her workplace in Germiston when she was seven months pregnant. The bomb was left in a…
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Tutu thanks victim for forgiving bombers

Speaking at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation award ceremony in Cape Town yesterday, Tutu, who is patron of the institute, thanked the recipient of the Reconciliation Award, Olga Macingwane, for what she had done.
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Worcester victim forgives bomber

OLGA MACINGWANE, who was injured in a terror bombing in Worcester 16 years ago, travelled from Cape Town to a prison in Pretoria to meet one of the bombers – and was filled with anger during the journey.
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Khulumani Youth Forum Theatre is invited to the SEX ACTUALLY Launch & Several Workshops

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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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