While South Africans are not strangers to campaigning for social causes, many of us are unfamiliar with the concept of lobbying. In order to facilitate discussion around effective means of lobbying, this week, renowned academic Dr. Anas Al-Tikriti is visiting South Africa where he is conducting a series of workshops[…]
In a damning report, the UN development body (UNCTAD) described the ways Israeli occupation of Gaza and West Bank has been preventing the Palestinian economy from recovery and getting twice as big as it is now. The document detailing the “staggering economic cost” of Israeli occupation was released on Tuesday[…]
In a bid to highlight the Nakhba and the accompanying oppression of the Palestinian peoples, on September 1, 2016, the South African Jews for Free Palestine (SAJFP), was scheduled to host a tree planting ceremony at the Weinberg Family Park, in Johannesburgs Savoy Estate. While Johannesburg City Parks had previously[…]
A Palestinian man was pronounced dead on Friday after suffering from excessive tear gas inhalation when Israeli forces earlier in the morning heavily fired tear gas at Palestinians crossing Qalandiya checkpoint from Ramallah into Jerusalem to attend prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The man, identified by medical sources as Muhammad[…]
London’s newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan is now firmly seated in his office in City Hall. A few weeks into his mandate and the diminutive politician continues to enjoy surprisingly positive headlines from a normally hostile press. Yet for all the glowing praises surrounding his election – somehow described as[…]
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