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Khulumani Support Group

Khulumani Support Group

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ICAR Partners with LHRC, CHR, & Khulumani to Support the Development of National Action Plans on Business & Human Rights in Tanzania & South Africa

The International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR) has partnered with the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) in Tanzania, the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria (CHR) in South Africa, and the Khulumani Support Group in South Africa to support the development of National Action Plans (NAPs) on business and human rights in each country.

Khulumani Endorses the Demand for Disclosure of the List of National Key Points, given the Experience of the SASOL One Strike of October 1987

As a member of the Right to Know Coalition, Khulumani Support Group endorses the call for disclosure of the full list of sites that have been identified as National Key Points. The statement released by R2K and SAHA is available online at http://www.r2k.org.za/?p=4049​

As R2K and the South African History Archives go to the high court today to argue for access to the list of National Key Points, following the refusal of the South African Police Service to release this information, Khulumani reminds the nation of the way that this apartheid legislation protected the South African public from knowledge about the brutal suppression on the instruction of Sasol's management of the 1987 workers' strike in Sasolburg.

THE LESSONS KHULUMANI DRAWS FROM THE TUNISIAN TRUTH & DIGNITY COMMISSION: ASIKAQEDI – Let’s Finish What We Started

On the far northern shores of our continent, in Tunisia, a remarkable process of dealing with transition is unfolding. The processes connected to the Truth and Dignity Commission in Tunisia are contributing new ways of thinking about transitional justice and how to directly address the economic crimes that characterise authoritarian regimes.

What is the Asikaqedi Campaign?

In 2014, South Africans celebrated twenty years since the end of the Apartheid system   - a system known as “a crime against humanity” because it divided and oppressed people because of the colour of their skin. Many lives were sacrificed and many communities were damaged by this system, and in the long, hard struggle to build a united, democratic, non-racist and non-sexist South Africa.

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Khulumani (KSG)
Tue Jul 28 08:39:34 +0000 2015

Khulumani welcomes @media24 CEO @eweideman's acknowledgement of #Afrikaans #media complicity in defending #Apartheid http://t.co/w9V7NlMPK7
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Tue Jul 28 08:05:13 +0000 2015

Khulumani responds to Media24’s Acknowledgement of its Complicity with the “morally indefensible political... http://t.co/WWEi1ZOtsJ
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Tue Jul 28 06:29:18 +0000 2015

Order the Book: Justice, redress and restitution; voices of widows of the Marikana Massacre.... http://t.co/sP2baBHXL4
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Tue Jul 28 06:10:16 +0000 2015

Video of the SABC report on Khulumani's art exhibition of the Marikana widows yesterday at the University of the... http://t.co/3w9Bna3U8M