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Kerry “apartheid” controversy shows limits on debate over Israel

Washington Post (blog) - 28 Apr 2014
John Kerry has offered us a reminder that in American politics, the debate about our closest ally in the Middle East has all the candor and thoughtfulness of a cabinet meeting in North Korea. In this case it was the mention of the word “apartheid ...

Usakos, a community scarred by apartheid

BBC News - 19 Aug 2017
A new exhibition in London combines modern and historic photos of a small Namibian town, exploring its history of colonialism and apartheid. Usakos - Photographs Beyond Ruins: The Old Location Albums, 1920s to 1960s, is showing at the Brunei Gallery.

#Declassified: Apartheid Profits - the sanctions busters toolkit

News24 - 18 Aug 2017
In 1961 Nelson Mandela gave Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd an ultimatum: end apartheid or face increased resistance. Mandela was not only threatening domestic protest action, he was also calling for an international boycott against apartheid South ...

When South African Jews fought apartheid - 18 Aug 2017
South African Jews today are holding a “prayer for peace.” It may not seem like much amidst the televised images of racial anger, violence and brutality, but in the context of South African Jewry, it is one more step in a process of seeking change that ...

Apartheid In Kashmir

The Nation - 20 Aug 2017
Kashmir, the highest militarised zone in the world, has rarely seen a peaceful day since the Subcontinent was partitioned. India has tried every measure of suppression to curtail the legitimate demand of the Kashmiri people; their right to self ...

Cajee: Urgency needed in apartheid-era probes

Eyewitness News - 15 Aug 2017
PRETORIA - Ahmed Timol's nephew has asked the High Court in Pretoria to recommend the creation of a specialised unit to wrap up all apartheid-era investigations which have not been concluded. Imtiaz Cajee took the stand during the inquest into Timol's ...

Duarte describes apartheid cop as 'torture master'

Citizen - 17 Aug 2017
The ANC deputy secretary general Jessie Duarte has hit back at the denials of former apartheid-era security policeman Seth Sons that he never tortured or assaulted anyone, describing him as the “torture master”. Sons was the last witness to testify in ...

Declassified: Apartheid profits - Who funded the National Party?

News24 - 14 Aug 2017
While researching the recently published book Apartheid, Guns and Money: A Tale of Profit, Open Secrets collected approximately 40 000 archival documents from 25 archives in seven countries. This treasure trove contains damning details of individuals ...

'Dagga laws' from apartheid era - Expert

South African Broadcasting Corporation - 14 Aug 2017
Expert witness in the case seeking to have dagga legalised in South Africa, Craig Paterson, says dagga laws were formulated during and before the apartheid era. He says this was done to restrict certain groups from consuming it. Paterson told the High ...

Apartheid cops stick to their story on Timol death

Mail & Guardian - 31 Jul 2017
Two former police officers, Neville Els (82) and Joao Rodrigues (78), appeared before the inquest into Ahmed Timol's death on Monday, saying they had heard of but never seen any torture used on anti-apartheid activists. Joao Rodrigues, a tall man ...

Makhosi Khoza: ANC hounds are worse than apartheid forces

Daily Maverick - 13 Aug 2017
“They're not different from the apartheid forces. In fact, they're worse,” said Khoza. During apartheid there was a common enemy that never pretended to be in the ANC's corner. Now, she said, ANC members pretend to be committed to building the country ...

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