The mission of Khulumani is to build an inclusive and just society in which the dignity of people harmed by apartheid is restored through the process of transforming victims into victors.
A Second Khulumani Member Group launches in Worcester, Western Cape, 13 September 2015
Ms Belinda Ameterra writes, "We are so glad to share with you that we had our elections meeting today and it went so well. We were 19 attendees. We had apologies from the others due to late working hours and 2 of them were taking part in professional sports today. 1 elderly couple are both sick and in bed. So our new board is elected. We have tried to give every member a portfolio in order for them to live into their potential and so that each of us can work hand in hand with the executive members. I was elected the coordinator / fundraiser for the team. We know it will not be all moonlight and roses but it makes us feel wanted and worthy. We also resolved to have another memorial service on 31 January 2016. We will keep you posted."
On Friday, 4 December 2015 from 10:00 to 14:00, the staff of Freedom Park and the members of its National Verification Committee, have organised an event to honour the memory of Khulumani's longest serving staff member, Zweli Mkhize, who served the work of Freedom Park with great distinction.