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Truth & Memory

What we knowIf we are to put the Apartheid years behind us and move forward without becoming prisoners of pain and anger and bitterness, we need to establish the truth about our history.

Marking The Centenary Of The Passing Of A Remarkable Pioneer Of Education, Mrs Nokutela Dube In The Lounge Of Dr Xuma's Sophiatown Home And At Her Grave In Brixton Cemetery

On Saturday 28 January 2017 the student study interim group from St Olaf College, facilitated by Khulumani Support Group, attended a gathering hosted by Mrs Joyce Siwani, great niece of Mrs Nokutela Dube, at the Sophiatown Remix Centre in Toby Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg, the home of former ANC President Dr…
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Empowerment as Response to Apartheid

Khulumani played a critical role of organising and supporting a study visit in January 2017 by a group of 23 students and 2 professors from St Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota. We share the blog posts written each week of the visit by a select group of students. The blog can be found…
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Notice of Commemoration of Mamelodi's Struggle Activists, National Day of Reconciliation 16 December 2016

THE JOURNEY OF RECONCILIATION CONTINUES FROM THE GRAVES OF ALL THE MAMELODI MARTYRS You are warmly invited by Mamelodi Struggle Activists in partnership with Khulumani Support Group & UP Law Students to a Commemoration of the Sacrifices of all Mamelodi’s Struggle Activists and Victims / Survivors of Apartheid Gross Human…
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As the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Concludes, Khulumani Remembers and Honours Women as Activists and as Healers

Over the course of the past 16 days commencing on 25 November 2016, Khulumani has focused on its work on building a safe, peaceful and inclusive society with a special focus on women - women as survivors of gender-based violence, women as activists against all forms of gender-based violence, women…
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An invitation to the 30 November 2016 Johannesburg Launch of BLACK CHRISTMAS: The Story of the Worcester Bomb and its Aftermath

JOHANNESBURG LAUNCH OF THE FILM, 30 November 2016: 14:00 - 16:00, MEDIA PARK, Auckland park, Johannesburg On 30 November 2016, CITY PRESS is hosting the Johannesburg launch of the film BLACK CHRISTMAS that tells the story of the journey of the bomber, Stefaans Coetzee as he begins to engage with…
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@KhulumaniAfrica

Sun Nov 19 10:51:52 +0000 2017

10 years ago Khulumani members came to khulumani management to report rape and sexual assault that was perpetuated.… https://t.co/ovb3lGVayB
Fri Nov 17 11:04:16 +0000 2017

All for nothing? Nicole van Driel | 24 October 2017 Nicole van Driel writes on the shameful poverty of some... https://t.co/KQAfelCVm3
Sun Nov 12 06:11:55 +0000 2017

It would be good if Khulumani activists in Polokwane and surrounds could support the Kopape family when the case... https://t.co/ZJ1TdTvrxj
Fri Nov 03 07:37:45 +0000 2017

A 25 minute video by SABC Digital News of the Special Assignment edition of 30 October 2017, "Someone is to... https://t.co/stqNPyh4e6

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