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Khulumani responds to the Department of Justice’s finding that neither Biko nor Aggett were victims of apartheid era gross human rights violations

[Johannesburg, 27 May 2014] - Khulumani Support Group congratulates Mr Mike Masutha on his appointment as Minister of Justice and Correctional Services; and Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Mr John Jeffery, on his re-appointment. Khulumani Support Group also congratulates Minister Jeff Radebe on his appointment as Minister in the Presidency.

Khulumani looks forward to continuing constructive engagement with the Department of Justice and Correctional Services and the Presidency about the following unfinished business of both The Presidency and also the previous Department of Justice and Constitutional Development.

On 27 March 2014, delegates mandated by the membership of Khulumani Support Group met with the Director General in The Presidency, Dr Cassius Lubisi. The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ) had been invited to the meeting by The Presidency, but sent their apologies at the last minute.
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Khulumani responds to the Department of Justice’s finding that neither Biko nor Aggett were victims of apartheid era gross human rights violations

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