A source in the Public Investment Corporation, a shareholder in Woolworths, says the company invests money from the Government Employees Pension Fund.
The synagogue slaughter in Jerusalem this week has introduced a tense new dimension to the conflict in the region.
While Israel expressed shock at the attack, Hamas has praised it, calling for more following the suspicious death of a Palestinian bus driver.
France follows other countries, such as Sweden and Britain who held votes this year, on whether or not to recognise Palestine as a state.
The Israeli government's plan to build housing units in parts of Jerusalem that Palestinians are demanding for their own is the first of a series.
Stinging remarks by US President Barack Obama's officials have added fuel to the United States's row with Israel.
The group urged Israel to respect the rights of Palestinians, and demanded the country probe violations committed during repeated assaults on Gaza.
The latest poll reflects what appears to be an ever-diminishing appetite for a two-state solution on both sides of politics.
Sweden's new centre-left government will recognise the state of Palestine, a move that will make it the first major European country to take the step.
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies said that the report likening Archbishop Desmond Tutu to Hitler and Stalin is a misuse of Jewish history.
Reserve soldiers in Israel's surveillance unit said they won't spy on Palestinians under occupation, drawing attention to the ethics of the practice.
An article in the South African Jewish report accuses Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu of "preying" on Israel, together with Hamas.
The Palestinian Authority has assessed the cost of rebuilding Gaza after the seven-week war with Israel, including houses, schools and industry.
Despite the ceasefire taking effect, there seems to be little incentive for both Israel and Palestine to continue peace and statehood talks.
Hamas suffered heavy military losses during its 50-day conflict with Israel, but it has still emerged with enhanced political standing, say analysts.
Israel has announced plans to expropriate 400 hectares of Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area in the south of the occupied West Bank.
Civilians in a time of war have the right to seek and enjoy asylum in other countries, but those in Gaza are imprisoned, with no exit available.
While the ANC has welcomed it, an open-ended ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians has faced strong criticism in Israel's media.
Around 30 people were wounded in airstrikes in the Gaza Strip. The targeting of big buildings appears to be part of a new military tactic by Israel.