The AWB is a racist, right-wing and nationalist movement of Boers that aims to "resist the degeneration and destruction of Western values". Its leader is Eugène Ney Terre'Blanche. [editors ilissAfrica]
"Should we have to pay twice for apartheid?" This is the question raised by the ADR organizations in South-Africa. Two statements were made in 1998 and 2003 summarizing their requests: the debts of apartheid must be cancelled, and the foreign businesses and banks that profited from apartheid and sustained it must pay reparations for the injustice and the damage made possible by it.
The Swiss ADR coordination, as the Swiss intermediary of the international campaign asks that the entire truth be made public concerning the relationship between Switzerland and the apartheid regime. The Swiss coordination supports the claims that were filed by Khulumani against banks and businesses. ... [according to site editor's information]
The CCS was established at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in July 2001, with the mission of promoting the study of South African civil society as a legitimate, flourishing area of scholarly activity. A related goal was to develop partnershipswithin civil society aimed at capacity-building, knowledge sharing, andgenerating reflection and debate.
A number of publications is downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information]
The registered German association KOSA is a nation-wide affiliation of organizations, groups and individuals involved in development policy, working locally but also across the country on Southern Africa. Since the end of August 2001, KOSA has also been the successor to the association "Afrika-Süd Aktionsbündnis" (AAB) [Alliance for action on Southern Africa], the former Anti-Apartheid movement in Germany.
Over the last years, KOSA has focused on the economic relations between the region of Southern Africa and the European Union. For two years now, KOSA has been actively involved in the "International Apartheid Debt and Reparations Campaign in Southern Africa" as well as topics like "water and privatisation" and HIV/AIDS are given priority.
The present focus is on the planned "Economic Partnership Agreements" between the EU and ACP-Countries with special attention on implications on Southern Africa. ... [according to site editor's information]