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Khulumani Support Group

Khulumani Support Group

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Families affected by the Marikana Massacre state their demands and expectations of those responsible for the killing of their loved ones

Last Tuesday, 16 September 2014, the submission from family members of the mine workers who lost their lives at Marikana in August 2012, was formally read onto the record of the Farlam Commission by an attorney representing the widows of the Marikana Massacre.

The statement had been developed in a participatory process facilitated by Khulumani Art and Narrative for Healing and Heritage facilitators, Ms Nomarussia Bonase and Ms Judy Seidman, on Sunday, 14 September 2014.

Regional Khulumani meeting in Lusikisiki, O.R. Tambo district discuss reparations and land claims

On Friday, 19 September 2014, several hundred Khulumani members gathered at the Lusikisiki College of Education from Khulumani groups from across the O.R. Tambo district in the Eastern Cape. Amongst their concerns was the need for updates on the struggle for Justice and Redress and for clarity about payments that are apparently being made to land claimants in the Flagstaff region (45km north of Lusikisiki).

'Complexity in Community Relationships' - Khulumani leads Transdisciplinarity Seminar at Rhodes University

The monthly Transdisciplinarity Seminar held at the Environmental Learning and Research Centre was led by the Khulumani team in Makana Municipality on 21 August 2014.

The topic was 'Complexity in Community Relationships' and focused on the requirements for 'the dominated' to act to change their circumstances through making organised and effective demands through asserting a tactical agency. This is defined as 'discerning and making use of possible opportunities to find a way or to use one's own means.'

Khulumani Support Group Endorses Call for a Transparent Criminal Investigation into the Arms Deal

Khulumani Support Group endorses the call for accountability for the Arms Deal that has escalated in cost to R70 billion in a context of continuing social and economic exclusion.

The arms deal has not provided security in South Africa. Its excessive cost has burdened the state with unjustified debt in a situation in which thousands of struggle veterans who stood for justice and freedom in South Africa, remain excluded from effective participation in and contribution to the post-apartheid dispensation because of the state's failure to embrace the recommended measures for repair and restitution while funds were redirected to an arms procurement process that was ill-informed, unnecessary and unsuitable for the country.

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