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The shameful poverty of some anti-aparthied activists

All for nothing? Nicole van Driel - 24 October 2017 The late Isaiah Stein (1931-2011), a prominent ‘Coloured’ anti-apartheid activist, is claimed to have said that if he were to write an autobiography, it would be titled, All for Nothing. The would-be title summarises how Stein allegedly felt about his long…
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KHULUMANI ALERT ON AMENDMENTS IN FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR EDUCATION FOR PERSONS DECLARED VICTIMS BY THE TRC, THEIR DEPENDANTS OR RELATIVES

The Department of Justice has amended the existing regulations on education assistance to allow for additional monetary assistance for which applications can be made for persons declared victims by the TRC and / or their dependants or relatives. This assistance will only be provided in respect of programmes leading to…
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Khulumani facilitates the crafting of a submission to Parliament from the indigenous Cobuqua community of the Eastern Cape

On 4 June 2017, the submission facilitated by Khulumani Support Group to the Portfolio Committee on Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, addressed the many unresolved issues facing Khoi-San communities in South Africa that government has to date failed to resolve.  The submission raises the concerns of the Cobuqua people that…
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Khulumani Limpopo Meets DOJ&CD in Polokwane to Raise Ongoing Concerns: Response expected by 19 May 2017

On 26 April 2017, the Limpopo Provincial Leadership of Khulumani Support Group met with Ntate Kgosimang from the Polokwane Office of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development.  In this meeting, a letter to the Director-General, Mr Vusi Madonsela in the National Department of Justice, was submitted in which Khulumani…
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Khulumani Demands the Protection of the Victims’ Reparation Fund from Disbursement by Government as its Financial Year Closed and Unrepaired Victims of Apartheid Crimes face even greater economic hardship as a result of today’s Cabinet Shuffle

            In a move that has filled most ordinary citizens of South Africa with dismay, President Zuma in stealth in the early hours of March 31, 2017, announced a major Cabinet reshuffle that saw some of his closest allies protected from their removal despite their poor performance…
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Sun Oct 14 12:25:38 +0000 2018

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REMEMBERING THE DEVASTATION OF THE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS OF SASOL WORKERS IN 1987: On 1 October 1987 2,400 SASOL wo… https://t.co/VIFgqnNVVN

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