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.
Khulumani learned with deep concern of the Monday 2 September 2019 attack on one of our partners with whom we have been pursuing the Unpaid Benefits Campaign – the Casual Workers’ Advice Office in Germiston, Johannesburg. The GroundUp article describes what happened in the afternoon and evening of last Monday. We cannot imagine who could … Read moreAttack on the Casual Workers’ Advice Office in Germiston – how you can help
Aluta Doctor Marje standing firm with no fear or favour to the struggle of victims of the gross violation of human rights May your day be as happy like the sun rise cutting through the dark to share a new dawn to South African Rainbow Nation Walk where there is no path and created new … Read moreBirthday wishes to National Director Dr Marjorie Jobson
The elections this year in South Africa have as yet brought no sign of change for our peoples. The new president may have been ushered into Parliament by a Khoi praise singer last month, but there is no indication that he is listening to Khoisan concerns. We as Indigenous peoples of this land remain waiting … Read moreThe Cobuqua Speak Out: Whither our future?
On 26 July 2019, Khulumani Support Group attended the Foundation for Human Rights (FHR)’s launch of the #KeepItConstitutional Animation Series at the Constitutional Court. The series uses animated characters to educate high school learners about constitutional rights. Hot topic issues, from land and education, to religious and political rights, are all explained in relation to … Read moreKhulumani Attends the #KeepItConstitutional Launch at Constitution Hill, Johannesburg
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.
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