Khulumani Support Group remembers Judge Arthur Chaskalson for his role in presiding over the very first case to be brought to the newly established Constitutional Court.
Khulumani was represented at the International Conference on Engaging the Other on the campus of the University of the Free State on December 7 and 8, 2012 by Dr Marjorie Jobson who presented a paper on Building Economies of Exchange: Unexpected Gifts and Gifting.
The national dialogue on reparations to be held at Dr Miriam Makeba Auditorium (UNISA Muckleneuk Campus in Pretoria) on the 4-6 December 2012 will bring together survivors and victims, policy makers, government officials, legislators, NGOs, religious leaders, concerned community members and some international experts.
The National Dialogue on Reparations: A Critical Tool in Dealing with our Past & in Building our Future that will be held in Pretoria on 4, 5 and 6 December 2012.
Khulumani was represented by Mr Frans Mogajana and Ms Elizabeth Mokoena at the November 29 workshop on 'Employment, education, skills and training'.
On Friday evening, November 9, 2012, the inaugural reconciliation award of the Worcester Hope and Reconciliation Process was awarded to Khulumani Support Group.
Today is Remembrance Sunday when people who lost their lives in past wars, are remembered and honoured.
It is significant that today we are honouring the life of Mr Buti Mqakelana who disappeared on 2 July 1992 after having attended the funeral of the victims of the Boipatong Massacre.
Khulumani was grateful to attend the ceremony at which the winners of the Drivers of Change Award were announced.
The JUST WORLD Conference focused on developing proposals about how minerals can bring about development for the countries where minerals are found and how communities surrounding mines can benefit from the minerals that local workers help to extract.
Khulumani was represented on two panels of this international conference - the panel on the digitisation of archives where Dr Jobson presented Mr Layton's paper and on the panel on archives for social change. (Both these presentations are attached.)
The reception to the papers was deeply affirming, The respondent to the first paper, Mr Jabulani Sithole, expressed appreciation for, in his own words, the work of Khulumani in 'countering the dominant voice' in the context of events being spectacular that removed attention from the ordinary.