Africa

  • Lyndi Fourie was killed in an attack in South Africa in 1993. Her mother, Ginn, has set up a foundation to promote reconciliation, with the mastermind of the attack, Letlapa Mphahlele.
  • Ginn Fourie attended a peace organizers training event in Juba, to share her experience of reconciliation in South Africa.
  • Letlapa Mphahlele, who works with a reconciliation foundation in South Africa, in Juba on April 29, 2013 to share his experience with forgiveness.
  • The Lyndi Fourie Foundation at work in Platfontein with San, the original people of southern Africa who live in isolation in today's South Africa after being ostracized for working as trackers for the Defense Forces during apartheid.
  • Ginn Fourie and Letlapa Mphahlele set up a foundation to further reconciliation in South Africa, named after Fourie's daughter, Lyndi, who was killed in an attack in 1993, organized by Mphahlele.

From S. Africa to S. Sudan, Lessons in Reconciliation

Published April 30, 2013


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