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Media Invite: SAHRC hosts national investigative hearing on human rights violations in Khoisan communities

23rd November 2015

ATTENTION: Editors and Reporters

The South African Human Rights Commission invites members of the media to a National Investigative Hearing on human rights violations in South African Khoisan communities.

Members of the media are invited to attend and report about the proceedings of this hearing.

The two day national hearing will be held as follows:

VENUE:  SAHRC 4th Floor Main Boardroom, Forum 3 Braampark Office Park, 33 Hoofd Street, Braamfontein
DATE:     25th and 26th November 2015
TIME:      08:00 – 16:00

The national hearing is convened on the basis of complaints received by the South African Human Rights Commission from the Khoisan communities (Khoi, San, Nama, Griqua, Koranna) regarding access to basic services, land, and the constitutionality of the indigenous groups in South Africa.

Commissioner Dr. Danny Titus and other panel members including Commissioner Advocate Mohamed Shafie Ameermia will preside over the hearing.


Issued by the SA Human Rights Commission
For more details and rsvp please contact:
Alucia Sekgathume
011877 3627

For comments email info@sahrc.org.za [Back]

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