Truth and Reconciliation Commission

 
Justice fundamental to dealing with the effects of mass trauma
Justice fundamental to dealing with the effects of mass trauma
Justice has emerged victorious. Judge Billy Mothle concluded on October 12 in the high court in Pretoria that Ahmed Timol—who died after...
Gender struggle was intrinsic to SA’s liberation
Gender struggle was intrinsic to SA’s liberation
As women and gender activists who gave input into the story published with the front-page headline “Liberation leader raped me” (October 27),...
Mthembu dodges tough questions on #GuptaLeaks, media tribunal
Mthembu dodges tough questions on #GuptaLeaks, media tribunal
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu did his best to evade some awkward questions on the #GuptaLeaks and media appeals tribunal during a Daily Maverick...
Present crisis, past ghosts
Present crisis, past ghosts
The inquest into the death of Ahmed Timol, an anti apartheid activist, which began at the South Gauteng High Court reveals old wounds. Timol was...
A liberation reimagined takes root
A liberation reimagined takes root
‘Comrades, in 2017, we propose that there will be no registration fees,” a student says to a group of parents and workers’ representatives in...
SAHRC drops investigation of Athol Trollip family
SAHRC drops investigation of Athol Trollip family
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has dropped its investigation into alleged violations of employees by DA Nelson Mandela Bay...
The past is done, live life forward
The past is done, live life forward
It seems rather repetitive to point out that there is a growing dissatisfaction with the way South Africa has turned on itself over the past 10 years...
Political prisoners and victims still waiting for TRC closure
Political prisoners and victims still waiting for TRC closure
Ruth is afraid, and with more reason than most.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: The Arch
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: The Arch
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is peacemaker and agitator, reconciler and activist. Here, his life as a revered "moral voice" in SA is discussed.
Don't leave forgiveness out of SA's race debate
Don't leave forgiveness out of SA's race debate
Over the December holidays I happened to be introduced to a wealthy white businessman and farmer from the Western Cape.
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
[Podcast]Extraordinary Life: Antjie Krog
From publishing her first volume of poetry at age 17 to her coverage of the TRC hearings, poet and writer Antjie Krog is a remarkable South African.

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