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Albinism Awareness Campaign

4 April 2016

Usihlalo we Khomishane yokuVikelwa nokuThuthukiswa kwamaLungelo amaSiko, ezeNkolo neziLimi, uNkz. Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, ubingelela uHlanga Lomhlaba, Isilo Samabandla Onke, uKing Goodwill Zwelithini. Ohlezi phansi Inkosi yakwaButhelezi, Umntwana wakaPhindangene, uMangosuthu Buthelezi. Babonakala lana bes’Ondini Cultural Museum Olundi lapho kwakunomcimbi wokuqwashisa isizwe ngokucwaswa nokuhlukunyezwa kwabantu abazalwa nebala elimhlophe. 04 April 2016

Ancestoral clensing ceremony at Medupi power station

13 May 2016

Eskom has unveiled a commemorative plaque in memory of people who had previously been laid to rest at the site where the Medupi Power Station is now being constructed.
Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Bulelani Magwanishe unveiled the memorial stone following traditional rites for a symbolic relocation of their spirit to a new resting place

Albinism in South Africa

25 April 2016

National Director of the Albinism Society of South Africa (ASSA), Ms Nomasonto Mazibuko, addressing the Albinism Awareness Campaign in Soweto. The campaign is aimed at highlighting the challenges faced by people living with albinism.

Pastor Mboro appears before the Commission

2 December 2016

Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng, populaly known as Pastor Mborohoko of the Incredible happenings Ministries, consults his lawyer during his appearance before the Commission during the inverstigation study into the commercialization of religion. 

Investigative study on the commercialization of religion

20 August 2015 •  Braamfontein  •

On Thursday, 20 August 2015, the CRL Rights Commission launched an investigative study into the commercialisation of religion. "We are launching an investigative study on the commercialisation of religion and the abuse of people's belief systems in terms of when these institutions are being run, how are they being run, where is their funding going into, who collects how much and what do they do with the money, where does the money eventually go to, what are the governing principles that are there," said chairperson Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xalavu.