Fatime Moosa | The Daily Vox | 25 April 2018 | From 24 to 27 April, civil society organisation Open Secrets along with the University of Witwatersrand’s Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) will take a complaint to banks in Belgium and Luxembourg regarding their apartheid economic crimes. They are demanding accountability from the international banks that have financed apartheid.…
ex-Mineworkers and their families continue to fight for pensions that are owed to them - Financial Service Providers profit from admin fees paid to 'unclaimed' benefits funds, and from the legacy of migrant labour which has made it difficult to track beneficiaries.
The death of #MarkMinnie shocked the journalism community. @KarimaBrown discusses it with guests @hennievvuuren (@OpenSecretsZA founder & author of Apartheid Guns and Money) & @Martin_Welz (journalist and editor of @NoseweekM) here: https://t.co/c1nOBCPGGF
Justice for #Marikana means implementing the demands of the mineworkers and their families, such as a living wage and safer working conditions, and ensuring that mining companies (not only police and politicians) face legal and financial consequences. #RememberMarikana
"The possibility that the FSB might have been captured by the (financial services) industry did not seem entirely implausible given its violent reaction to her concerns."