Suraya Dadoo

Suraya Dadoo is a freelance writer based in Johannesburg.

US ‘brokered’ agreements on Israel: Wind of change or toxic blast of extortion?

The United States is negotiating with African countries that will see them exchange Palestinian people’s rights for improved economic and trade conditions

Jo’burg festival shines literary light on the youth 

Although book festivals are generally perceived as adult events, this one is family-centred and includes specific programmes for children.

Gaza protesters keep pushing boundaries

As the first anniversary of the Great Return March approaches, Suraya Dadoo spoke to Ahmed Abu Artema, the man behind the weekly protests

Withdrawal of academics from conference shines spotlight on boycott of Israel

Israeli academics’ silence in response equates to complicity in the illegal occupation of Palestinian land and life

Yemenis’ blood is on SA’s hands

Despite the evidence of Denel’s missiles being used, the country is still fawning over its Saudi benefactors

New manifesto: Hamas softens stance on Israel

Could this be the beginning of a Palestinian Congress of the People?

Israel is an apartheid state. Dump the report, says UN

Five decades later, and the UN’s powerful Western nations are, again, protecting an apartheid regime.

Hamas committed to a just solution

The Palestinian group says it is the occupation, not Jews or Judaism, that is the problem.

Israeli Apartheid Week: For and against

Israel's domination of Palestinians fits the apartheid bill, writes Suraya Dadoo. Activist Bassem Eid presents a counter-narrative to Michael Coetzee.

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Get Rewarded for banking with Standard Bank Mobile

Free data for your bank card spend every month will go that extra mile to help keep South Africans connected to their dreams

Introducing Greening the Future 2020

We highlight the work of those accelerating sustainable living in SA – at a vital moment for the environment

Western Cape SMBs look to technology to get them through pandemic

Many companies have over-capitalised on IT infrastructure in the past, and are looking for ways to access simpler, cheaper technology that cuts their costs

Land reform still a hot potato

The land has got to belong to all the people of South Africa, and many believe that there’s no other mechanism for that except expropriation

UP chemical pathology scientists develop ground-breaking nanobodies for Covid-19 detection and therapy

Nanobodies are smaller than conventional antibodies and easier to work with so they are ideal for good cheap sensitive rapid tests for Covid-19

Inclusion as learned experience in higher education

Understanding the complexity of intersections between oppressions relating to race and gender is key to any commitment to creating a culture of inclusion and social justice

Local government in crisis: how it can be fixed

Local governments are supposed to promote non-racial development, in a decentralised manner, but the reality does not match up

Covid-19 accelerates adoption of technology by the African property sector

It’s not the technology itself that is valuable, it’s the opportunities that it creates: this may be the perfect time for reinvention