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‘I’m Khoisan, not coloured’

Cochoqua clan chief Tania Kleinhans-Cedras with Aborigine veterans Aisha Adams and Paul Fredericks have called for reclassification of their race and dismantling of reference structure groups. Picture: Tracey Adam. Credit: INDEPENDENT MEDIA

10 December 2015


Cochoqua clan chief Tania Kleinhans-Cedras with Aborigine veterans Aisha Adams and Paul Fredericks have called for reclassification of their race and dismantling of reference structure groups. Picture: Tracey Adam. Credit: INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Cochoqua clan chief Tania Kleinhans-Cedras with Aborigine veterans Aisha Adams and Paul Fredericks have called for reclassification of their race and dismantling of reference structure groups. Picture: Tracey Adam. Credit: INDEPENDENT MEDIA

By Zodidi Dano

Cape Town – The Western Cape Khoisan have called for a reclassification of their race and the dismantling of references to groupings according to race.

This emerged at the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) investigative hearings into human rights violations in South African Khoisan communities, held in the Goodwood Civic Centre on Wednesday.

The commission was running its second leg of the hearings; the first was in Joburg last month; the final will be in the Northern Cape next year.

Read the full article from iolNews.

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