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Report on the DoJ advocacy action in March 2012

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On March 19 and 20, 60 participants from the East Rand and a further 140 Khulumani members from different areas of Gauteng travelled to the head office of the Department of Justice to ask for the ear of the Department in resolving many outstanding issues to which they had failed to respond over several years. 

The pictures here capture the struggle of Khulumani members, active citizens who for the past 17 years have continued the struggle for comprehensive, non-discriminatory and adequate reparations; social reconciliation; against impunity and social justice.

The 200 Khulumani elders sheltered on the floor of the Anglican Cathedral halls for this advocacy action.

Yesterday (April 24, 2012) was the closing date for submission on the latest proposals by the Department of Justice. Khulumani mourns the extremely limited perspective of the DOJ in terms of its vision for reparations for victims and survivors of apartheid atrocities when so much is possible with the existing money in The President’s Fund and when all the submissions made for better solutions, have not been interrogated to date.

Khulumani will undertake every effort to halt the current limited regulations that do not holistically deal with the situations in which victims presently find themselves.

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