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Twenty six years after achieving independence, former Namibian Freedom Fighters Call for Justice against their continuing stigmatisation and discrimination

NAMIBIAN FORMER FREEDOM FIGHTERS CALL FOR THE TRUTH TO BE TOLD ABOUT PAST AND ONGOING ABUSES SUFFERED BY FREEDOM FIGHTERS WHO WENT INTO EXILE DURING THE FREEDOM STRUGGLE 

In 1988, the South African government, under a UN brokered peace initiative, finally agreed to give up control of Namibia and on 21 March 1990, Namibia was granted its independence under a Constitution. Sadly, there has been a silence about the abuses to which SWAPO Freedom Fighters were subjected in exile and the unresolved disappearance of many who went missing in exile. 

An Important Call to Masibuyisana - Redress, restitution and reconciliation - in light of the present legitimate rage of young people at injustice and lack of transformation

Widening the Call for Redress, Restitution and Reconciliation in South Africa: A Khulumani Call for Action

Background: Read the piece (attached) that Di Oliver, widow of Brian Bishop and friend of Molly Blackburn, contributed to the Cape Times on 24 February 2016 in response to the burning of photographs of herself and her colleague, Molly Blackburn on the UCT campus in an action of the Rhodes Must Fall movement at the university. Article link: http://www.iol.co.za/capetimes/lets-heal-our-wounds-together-1989398

Khulumani expresses its deep regret at the burning of irreplaceable photographs and portraits of people who made important contributions to the struggle for justice in South Africa.

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