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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 Limpopo introduced their request for Mr Madonsela's intervention to stop all ongoing activities that appear to try to seduce uninformed communities with offers of money from The President's Fund.

South African Pioneer in Education, Ms Nokutela Dube is honoured posthumously with one of the country's prestigious national awards a century after her passing

South Africa has recognised ANC pioneer, Ms Nokutela Dube a century after her death. President Jacob Zuma has posthumously awarded Nokutela Dube with South Africa's highest order, 100 years after her death. She played a crucial role in the founding of what was to become the governing African National Congress. But while her husband, John Dube, is well known as the ANC's founding president, she was virtually forgotten.

Khulumani Support Group celebrates the recognition of its Sharpeville Chairperson, Mrs Selloane Julia Phethane on 20 March 2017 for her unceasing work in support of women’s empowerment

On March 20, 2017, the MEC for Community Safety in Gauteng’s Provincial Legislature, the Honourable Ms Faith Mazibuko, made a surprise visit to the home of Khulumani Sharpeville Chairperson, Mrs Selloane Phethane to recognise Mrs Phethane’s lifelong efforts to support the struggles of women for protection from gender-based violence and for their economic empowerment.

Report: Khulumani Support Group participates in the Solidarity March against Xenophobia, 28 March 2017: We are all Africans

Staff from the Khulumani National Contact Centre joined the march against xenophobia on Tuesday, 28 March 2017, a sequel to the continuing attacks on residents in our communities whose countries of origin include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Cameroon and Angola, amongst others. Most of the participants came from local civil society organisations including the African Diaspora Forum which handed over a memorandum to the Premier as well as civil rights groups, trade unions and women's organisations.

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Khulumani (KSG)
Thu May 25 12:16:14 +0000 2017

The NCC (National Contact Centre) staff had an excellent all-day mentoring session with our NACOSA-appointed... https://t.co/cw9tefppCu
Khulumani (KSG)
Thu May 25 12:12:55 +0000 2017

Today SABC is coming to the National Contact Centre to conduct two interviews with Khulumani about the legacies... https://t.co/bCwO5RrSvw
Khulumani (KSG)
Thu May 25 10:05:06 +0000 2017

We look forward to a report from Nomarussia on the sitting of Parliament's Appropriations Committee at the O R... https://t.co/BURlxjQODB
Khulumani (KSG)
Thu May 25 08:13:24 +0000 2017

An affirmation from the facilitator of the Changing Practice course being held in Witbank where Khulumani's... https://t.co/U4OM0Ii4Mb