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At input conferences held in Pretoria and Cape Town in June, several opinion formers have provided their input on Solidarity’s complaint against the South African government at the United Nations. The opinion formers that participated at the conferences were, among others, Dr Danny Titus, Executive Director of Culture at the Afrikaanse Taal- en Kultuurvereniging (ATKV); René Govender, National Project Coordinator of the Confederation of South African Workers’ Unions (Consawu); senior advocates Paul Hoffman and Martin Brassey; well-known businessmen Herman Mashaba and Sandile Zungu; Dr Theuns Eloff, Chairperson of the F.W.de Klerk Foundation; Temba Nolutshungu, Chief Executive of the Free Market Foundation; Cornelius Jansen van Rensburg, Chief Executive of AfriForum; and Tony Leon, former leader of the Democratic Alliance.

The trade union’s complaint takes the form of a shadow report addressed to the UN and it deals specifically with the government’s violation of the UN convention that prohibits all forms of racial discrimination. These conferences formed part of a two-month long public process to obtain input from South Africans from across the racial and political spectrum in order to reflect the opinions of a broad spectrum of South Africans in the report.

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Cornelius Jansen van Rensburg,
Chief Executive of AfriForum
Dr Danny Titus,
ATKV
Dr Theuns Eloff,
Chairperson of the F.W.de Klerk Foundation
Herman Mashaba René Govender
Consawu
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Sandile Zungu Martin Brassey,
Senior Advocate
Paul Hoffman,
Senior Advocate
Temba Nolutshungu,
Chief Executive of the Free Market Foundation
Tony Leon,
former leader of the Democratic Alliance
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