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The Portfolio: Sethembiso Zulu

My photographs make for detailed stories and use symbols that are meant to be read and analysed with an open mind.

Jewish resistance to Zionism is on the right side of history

Confining people in effective Bantustans forces us to see Israel for what it is: a European project of domination

UCT stuck on academic freedom

A lecture delivered by an academic who challenged the logic of anti-Semitism claims has opened old wounds

‘Shoot the Jew’ exposes real agenda

Israel: Opposing lobby groups vie for public and government support as anti-Zionist protests reveal anti-Semitism.

And why shouldn’t there be an SA Zionist lobby?

A small, economically powerful Jewish minority has a perfect right to try its hand at some arm-twisting.

‘Shoot the Jew’ song slammed

The controversial "Shoot the boer" struggle song has taken on a new form, "Shoot the Jew", which even pro-Palestinian activists have condemned.

Wits students, staff protest after racial profiling allegations

The row at Wits over an alleged racial and ethnic profiling tactic by Zionist organisations to control access to a jazz concert has intensified.

Zionists and Wits students clash over jazz concert

The row at Wits over an alleged racial and ethnic profiling tactic by Zionist organisations to control access to the a jazz concert has intensified.

The Muslim Zionist states his case

A visiting British speaker says he is out to build understanding and dispel misconceptions.

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