Collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between South Africa under white rule and present-day Israel. Read more about What makes Israeli apartheid "special"?
Liberal Zionists are attempting to co-opt BDS to preserve Israeli apartheid Read more about Boycotting "the occupation" is not enough
As boycott pressure mounts, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters urges Robbie Williams to cancel Tel Aviv show. Read more about “Killing me softly with your bombs”: Activists tell Lauryn Hill to skip Israel gig
Dozens of Palestinian and international civil society and solidarity organizations are calling on people around the world to take actions to press Egypt to end its support for Israel’s siege and slaughter in Gaza. Read more about Urgent call to action: Tell Egypt to end Gaza siege, refuse complicity in Israeli genocide
South African politician joins growing calls for the Israeli ambassador to be expelled from the country, and for the South African ambassador to be recalled from Tel Aviv. Read more about Israel's Gaza massacre boosts boycott calls in South Africa
Denying the Nakba is a central tenet in Israeli supremacy, according to essays in Pretending Democracy. Read more about Roads to ending Israeli apartheid envisioned in new book
In a major victory for BDS activists in South Africa, a group of mayors cancels a visit to Israel. Read more about Don't go to Israel because it mistreats Palestinians, South Africa tells citizens as mayors cancel trip
There will be huge disappointment from supporters of Palestinian rights and relief among supporters of Israel’s violation of those rights at the failure of the measure to divest from companies profiting from Israeli occupation at the United Methodist Church’s General Conference. Perhaps, some may conclude, the battle is too tough and what worked against South Africa can never work against Israel. Read more about Remember when the Church of England voted against divestment from South Africa? A luta continua!
The jury of the third session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine, taking place in Cape Town this week, will hear from individuals who experienced South African apartheid, fought against it and won. Read more about Not judges, but witnesses: the third Russell Tribunal on Palestine begins