He was released after spending 27 years in jail for his role in anti-apartheid movement in South Africa.
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.
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
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
A large number of Palestinians took to streets to protest against the IDF raids in West Bank.
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.
The main opposition party in the UK called for an immediate end to the blockade in Gaza and an “independent international investigation into Israel’s use of force against Palestinian demonstrators.”
“We want equality, not to live in a society of masters and subjects”, reminded sociologist Prof Eva Illouz, who was a guest speaker at the ceremony.
Through the adoption of the Nation-State law last week, Israel has officially dropped all pretense of being a state with equal opportunities for all
Arab members of the Knesset labelled it a racist law amounting to apartheid. Hebrew has been designated the sole official language of the state