Remembering the Sharpeville & Langa Massacres: 21 March 2020 – a reflection on how much more has to be attended to

People running away from police shooting in the Sharpeville massacre

The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission broke new ground internationally in being the first Truth Commission to provide human rights hearings for victims of the crimes associated with the oppressive apartheid regime. The victims’ hearings were broadcast by the SABC across the entire country. This was important because for the first time, white South … Read more Remembering the Sharpeville & Langa Massacres: 21 March 2020 – a reflection on how much more has to be attended to

Khulumani’s New Board Asserts their Governance and Strategic Leadership of Khulumani Support Group towards Ending the Struggle for Power and Control of the Organisation – 24 July 2019

Khulumani Support Group unequivocally rejects the findings of the so-called “disciplinary hearing” of its national director held by deposed former board members on the 28th of May 2019. The individuals pursuing this illegitimate action were removed from their positions at a constitutionally mandated AGM held on the 27th of April 2019, and thus do not have any authority within Khulumani Support Group, or to act on its behalf.

South Africa mourns the passing on 16 January 2019 of one of its Truth Commissioners, Mr Hugh Lewin

MR HUGH LEWIN TRC Commissioner

An edited Tribute to Hugh Lewin, by his lifelong friend, Paul Trewhela. Hugh Lewin died peacefully yesterday, 16 January 2019, at his home in Killarney,
Johannesburg. He was a person of exceptional good-ness. He sought for no high office, and never trumpeted his name. He always did what he thought was right, no matter what the cost.