Khulumani Thinking

Dr. Marjorie Jobson A New Column of Thoughts from Khulumani’s Director and other guest contributors.

 Dr. Marjorie Jobson, National Director of the Khulumani Support Group.



Reflections On A Visit To The Poisoned Pasts Exhibition: Long-Term Consequences Of The Moral Injuries Associated With Misguided Chemical & Biological Warfare Programmes

Written by Khulumani National Director Dr Marjorie Jobson (in her personal capacity) 1 HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT: The Dilemma of a Medical Researcher who participated in Project Coast, South Africa’s Apartheid Chemical and Biological Weapons Programme 2 The POISONED PASTS installation at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Houghton, Johannesburg, is a collaboration…

Call for a new Kairos Moment - Interview with Dr. Marjorie Jobson published in The Journalist

Kairos Southern Africa held a ceremony at the Regina Mundi Church in Soweto on 18 August 2015 to mark the 30th anniversary of the Kairos document, dubbed “the moment of truth” by members of the religious community. Khulumani Support Group participated in the event.  Kairos is a Greek word simply meaning ‘opportunity’.…

Hearing the Voices of the People: Those who are “invisible” to the powers that be: Inner-city room-renters, Marikana striking miners, informal traders on the streets of Johannesburg, organised shack-dwellers – the people who do not count

Whose Voice Counts? It is not the voice of countless hundreds of people hounded out of their shacks when the Red Ants, usually mere youth recruited for the dirty work of officials, come to break down their shack dwellings. 

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