for subscribers

KwaSizabantu: CRL Rights Commission to commence hearings into human rights abuse allegations

Share your Subscriber Article
You have 5 articles to share every month. Send this story to a friend!
0:00
play article
Subscribers can listen to this article
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.

There’s more to this story
Subscribe to News24 and get access to our exclusive journalism and features today.
Subscribe
Already a subscriber? Sign in
Lockdown For
DAYS
HRS
MINS
Voting Booth
Until the matric exams are over, my family is:
Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Results
Self-isolating to ensure we don't miss any exams
13% - 144 votes
Following Covid-19 safety protocols, but still going out like normal
54% - 616 votes
Business as usual, we're not worried about the virus
34% - 384 votes
Vote
ZAR/USD
16.22
(+0.68)
ZAR/GBP
21.02
(+0.61)
ZAR/EUR
18.90
(+1.04)
ZAR/AUD
11.40
(+0.89)
ZAR/JPY
0.16
(+0.87)
Gold
1877.12
(+0.49)
Silver
23.60
(+1.43)
Platinum
846.00
(-0.29)
Brent Crude
38.07
(-3.48)
Palladium
2216.00
(+0.70)
All Share
51684.70
(-0.41)
Top 40
47472.92
(-0.22)
Financial 15
9459.76
(-3.04)
Industrial 25
73405.64
(+1.00)
Resource 10
47245.91
(-1.21)
All JSE data delayed by at least 15 minutes morningstar logo