It should be the day of ANC’s reckoning, but opposition parties such as the Democratic Alliance should polish up their messaging on Israel’s war in Gaza
Oxfam International says ‘starvation is being used as a weapon of war against Gaza civilians’.
Over the past few weeks we have witnessed a disturbing trend of a collective blind eye being turned to history
Israel regularly restricts, controls and blocks access to water, and chops down vital olive trees
The AU Commission chairperson’s decision to accept the credentials of Israel’s ambassador to Ethiopia undermines the anti-colonial values that underpin the AU
Because Israel is an occupying nation, Israeli violence and Palestinian resistance should not be portrayed as equivalent
While the conflict between Israel and Palestinians rages on the real battle is for public opinion
Cyril Ramaphosa may have signalled a hardening of tone but, like his predecessors, he is unlikely to break the mould on the Palestine-Israel two-state solution
Israel’s iron grip over Palestinians had its beginnings in the demise of the Ottoman Empire and Britain and France’s arbitrary mapping out of the Middle East
The Nakba began with the establishment of Israel in 1948 and has never ended. Palestinian are still removed from their land and their home and are still being killed and discriminated against
A response to “The dark side of Israel’s vaccine success story”, Mail & Guardian, 13 January 2021
Israel is refusing to provide the vaccine to the millions of Palestinians it is forcefully ruling over.
Confining people in effective Bantustans forces us to see Israel for what it is: a European project of domination
Arvind Ganesan, of New York-based Human Rights Watch, called Airbnb’s retreat from the decision disappointing
Ahead of Tuesday’s vote, opinion polls are giving Netanyahu’s Likud and Gantz’s Blue and White a similar number of seats in the 120-seat parliament
Airbnb listed at least 139 properties in West Bank settlements between March and July
The war on Gazans is more than physical. It is a complete suppression of their humanity.
Ahed Tamimi’s arrest highlights the vulnerability of Palestinians
Israel’s plans for settlements in east Jerusalem are a ‘clear violation of international law’.
Israel has announced plans to expropriate 400 hectares of Palestinian land in the Bethlehem area in the south of the occupied West Bank.
The South African government has called on the kidnappers of three Israeli teenagers to release them.
Following the death of Ariel Sharon, Isreal has increased its security for the former prime minister’s funeral near the Gaza border.
A hardline speech has fuelled suspicions that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to agree to withdrawal from the West Bank.
The country said it will move forward with plans despite international criticism that the settlements will be built on occupied Palestine territories.
Palestinian women are turning their kitchens into a much-needed source of revenue — and fellowship.
US President Barack Obama has said that settlement building in the occupied West Bank did not "advance the cause of peace".
Which path should post-apartheid South Africa take in its relation with Israel, a country with its own brand of modern-day apartheid?
Trade Minister Rob Davies says consumers have the right to know if products are from Israeli-occupied territories, based on accurate labelling.
A house in the occupied territory has becoming yet another source of dispute in this conflicted area between Israel and Palestine.
European governments have planned a radical offer of "debt relief" to its Arab North African and Middle Eastern neighbours.
A senior Israeli intelligence official has warned of the dangers of renewed attacks on Israel by Hamas militants based in the West Bank.
Palestinian authorities have begun a rare military trial of security officers accused of torturing a Hamas suspect to death.