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Ahmad Manasra. Israel rejects appeal to release Ahmad Manasra despite serious health concerns 

Held in Israeli occupation prisons for six years, the 21-year-old Palestinian has been subjected to abuse and torture which has resulting in a severe decline in his mental health 

Israeli apartheid in Palestine UN special rapporteur on human rights calls Israel an apartheid state

The report prepared by Michael Lynk adds to the growing consensus in the international community equating Israel’s discriminatory policies in the occupied Palestinian territories to apartheid 

Workers of Clover, South Africa’s largest dairy company, set to intensify resistance

Peoples Dispatch spoke to John Appolis, general secretary of the General Industries Workers Union of South Africa (Giwusa), about the ongoing indefinite strike by workers at the Israeli-owned dairy giant Clover

Clover South Africa Workers of Clover, South Africa’s largest dairy company, set to intensify strike

Since Clover’s takeover in 2019 by MILCO, which is majority-owned by an Israeli company, its production capacity is being destroyed to secure the South African dairy market for imported products from Israel, said General Industries Workers Union of South Africa president Mametlwe Sebei 

Israel attacks Gaza again, South African Dairy farmers on strike and other stories

Today we look at renewed attacks by Israel on Gaza, the ongoing strike by workers at the Clover company in South Africa, and more

NGO Forum Durban 20 years of Durban Declaration: Commemorating a signpost of global solidarity

A global rally was organized on September 25 by the Global South Response network to commemorate the NGO Forum Durban Declaration of 2001, which had brought together movements and struggles against racism and multiple forms of discrimination

Mandela released from jail_ Mandela released from jail

He was released after spending 27 years in jail for his role in anti-apartheid movement in South Africa.

Industrial and Commercial Workers Union The forgotten story of South Africa’s radical trade union

The Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU) was a radical trade union formed on the docks of Cape Town in South Africa during the times of apartheid and segregation.

Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party gives a call to defeat capitalism, imperialism

The pre-launch conference of the party, held on December 14-15, was attended by 1,100 delegates from all nine provinces of the country. The party will contest in the 2019 parliamentary elections

Shack dwellers movement Housing the homeless while enduring brutal oppression: the story of shack-dwellers movement in S. Africa

In a recent interview given to the Tricontinental Institute, the movement’s founder, S’bu Zikode, explained the origin of the movement, its modus operandi and the enormous challenges its members and leadership are facing

Israeli forces Palestinian teenager killed as Israeli forces unleash violence in West Bank

A large number of Palestinians took to streets to protest against the IDF raids in West Bank.

Significant progress in preliminary investigation in war crimes case against Israel: ICC

In April, shortly after the beginning of the Great March of Return protests, Bensouda had issued a statement, expressing deep concerns over the brutal violence by Israeli forces.