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KwaSizabantu: CRL Rights Commission launches official probe, urges former members to come forward

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KwaSizabantu was founded 50 years ago.
KwaSizabantu was founded 50 years ago.
PHOTO: Chanté Schatz/News24

More former members of KwaSizabantu in KwaZulu-Natal have shared their own trauma and alleged abuse, dating as far back as 30 years, after a News24 investigation laid bare shocking allegations against one of Africa's biggest mission stations.

Now the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) has urged anyone directly affected by alleged human rights abuses at KwaSizabantu Mission to share their stories to assist its official probe.

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