Readers write in about contraceptives, Holocaust education and the danger of essentialising.
Few things would have pleased Verwoerd more than the idea that racism and race essentialism are still alive and well.
Former Nazi officer dubbed the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" went on trial in Germany, with almost 70 Holocaust survivors relatives at the court.
The storm over US President Barack Obama's label "Polish camp" for a Nazi German Holocaust site is an ideal moment to halt lies about the Holocaust.
In SA's Jewish community there is no one to explain to us that we can no longer use past victimhood to justify Israel's actions, writes Kevin Bloom.
Millions of Israelis stood silently and all road traffic stopped as sirens wailed for two minutes to remember the Jews killed during the Holocaust.
Stephen Goodson has been on the South African Reserve Bank's board from 2003. He holds extremist views on Hitler's Germany and Gaddafi's Libya.
A Turkish shampoo commercial featuring Adolf Hitler has drawn outrage from Jewish groups worldwide and calls for it to be withdrawn immediately.
An uncompromising speech in the US by Israel's prime minister has persuaded the public back home that war with Iran is possible, perhaps even likely.
A new book remembers 15 horrendous events that have been conveniently swept under the carpet.
Germany's Jewish community has expressed shock after ultra-Orthodox protesters in Israel donned Holocaust symbols, including yellow stars.
Having escaped the Holocaust as boys, two 80-year-old Jewish doctors have returned to Vienna to swim in the European Maccabi Games.
A group of survivors and descendants of victims of the Holocaust are suing the Hungarian state railroad company in a US court.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Friday the Holocaust was a "lie" and a pretext to create a Jewish state that Iranians had a religious duty to confront.
ON CIRCUIT: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, a story of the Holocaust told through the experiences of a young boy.
A monument dedicated to the thousands of gay people persecuted and tortured by the Nazis has been vandalised in Berlin.
As the last generation of Germany's Holocaust survivors enters the twilight years, many are losing the strength to suppress horrific memories.