Khanya College is an independent non-governmental organisation based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Established in 1986, the primary aim of Khanya College is to assist various constituencies within working class and poor communities to respond to the…
Activities of Khanya College Khanya College engages in six kinds of activities. These are: Education and training workshops and seminars, Research, Publications, Creating platforms for the social justice movement to network and build solidarity, Campaigns…
Constituencies of the College The College is committed to serving organisations and individuals from working class and poor communities. The College is politically non-sectarian in its relationships with the various organisations from the communities it serves…
KHANYA COLLEGE BIDS FAREWELL TO COMRADE OUPA LEHULERE
Dear Comrades, friends and family
It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the untimely passing of our dear Comrade Oupa Lehulere. Following a long and brave battle with cancer, our comrade and friend bid us farewell on the morning of Monday, 29 November 2021.
Comrade Oupa was widely loved and respected and we understand that comrade Oupa’s passing is a loss for the working class and the social justice movement in South Africa more, the region and internationally.
Khanya will keep you informed of when we will celebrate his life together.
We thank you for your solidarity in this difficult time. A special thanks to all the Comrades, movements and organisations who assisted us.
For inquiries please contact: Nosipho Mdletshe 071 756 2439
VAAL UPRISINGS IN 1984 & STRUGGLES FOR SERVICE DELIVERY TODAY
Format: Panel Discussion
Date and Time: Sunday, 07 November 2021, 13:00 -15:00
Venue: Newtown Park( By Invitation only)
Moderator and Speakers: John Appolis (GIWUSA), Franziska Rueede (author), Ayesha Rajah (housing) & Zama Timbela (land)
Karibu! has become a platform where people from different sectors and different walks of life access news about social, economic, political and cultural life of the country and of the working class in particular…