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Apartheid 'victims' fight on

Several victim-support groups formed a coalition and convened a national meeting last month. They asked the government to assess victims' needs, set aside enough money for reparations and re-open victim registrations. "The next step is to hold Deputy Minister [of Economic Development] Hlengiwe Mkhize a meeting with President [Jacob] Zuma…
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US apartheid case ‘huge for law’

Ten years ago, a group of apartheid victims set out to launch a landmark class-action lawsuit. Their aim? To hold companies liable for their part in assisting the government in carrying out apartheid atrocities.
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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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Opening of Art Exhibition by Widows of the Marikana Massacre at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission

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  When: 9 to 30 September 2014 at the Marikana (Farlam) Commission venue in Centurion, Pretoria.

 

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