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KwaSizabantu was founded 50 years ago.
KwaSizabantu was founded 50 years ago.
Chanté Schatz

Former members of KwaSizabantu are expected to share their testimony with the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) on Monday as the Chapter Nine institution commences hearings into allegations of human rights abuses at the northern KwaZulu-Natal mission.

A steady stream of complaints had been sent to the commission after it confirmed to News24 it would probe allegations of trauma and abuse which dated back over 30 years.

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