South Africa 'Losing Sleep' over Settlements"That arrangement there in Palestine keeps us awake," SA's Foreign Minister Maite Nkaona-Mashabane says.
'Israeli Apartheid? I Know What Apartheid Is'South African parliament member and clergyman refutes "lies" of anti-Israel movement who "minimize the pain of apartheid."
Court Documents: Mandela in Vegetative StateSouth African government denies Mandela is in a permanent vegetative state, as outlined in court documents.
Mandela's Condition Improves, Says Ex-WifeFormer South African President Nelson Mandela is showing “great improvement,” according to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Nelson Mandela on Life SupportFormer South African president's condition continues to deteriorate.
S. Africa’s Nelson Mandela in Critical ConditionFormer South African President Nelson Mandela, 94, is still hospitalized in critical condition, as the nation prepares for “the worst.”
Nelson Mandela in Critical ConditionFormer South African President Nelson Mandela is now in critical condition, officials say.
Former S. African Ambassador Slams 'Apartheid'Recently retired South African ambassador to Israel sends a letter to pro-Arab activists, slamming Israel’s "replication of apartheid."
Mandela Hospitalized, ‘Serious Condition’Former South African president Nelson Mandela is hospitalized in serious condition with another lung infection, officials say.
S. Africa: Labels for 'Occupied Territories'South Africa has imposed new rules requiring that goods imported from Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem display special labels.
Scandals Hit Zuma But ANC Support Still FirmSouth Africa's African National Congress is likely to extend Jacob Zuma's presidency.
South African Students Boycott Israeli CollegesStudents at a major S. African university vote to boycott Israeli institutions, possibly setting themselves up for an academic whiplash.
Zuma Changes Hands Off Approach As Protest MountsThe shooting of 34 miners at the Longmin platinum mine raised questions about whether genuine change has occurred in South Africa
S. African Ambassador Summoned Over LabelingIsrael's Foreign Ministry has summoned South Africa's ambassador over a decision to require special labels for Judea and Samaria goods.
South Africa Decides to Label Yesha ProductsIsrael slams South Africa after it announces that products made in Judea and Samaria will not be labeled as products of Israel.
South African Minister 'Discourages' Israel VisitsSouth Africa's deputy international relations minister, Ebrahim Ebrahim, is "discouraging" citizens from visiting Israel.
Dlamini Zuma Breaks A Few Traditions In VictoryDr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, former wife of South Africa's president, will chair the African Union.
Hundreds March in S. Africa Against Yesha LabelingSeveral hundreds protest in Pretoria against plans to label Judea and Samaria as “Made in the Palestinian Territories.”
Former Israel Envoy to South Africa Backs BoycottA former Israel ambassador to South Africa turns his back on current government policy to back boycotting goods made in Judea and Samaria.
Pro-Israel South Africans to Support IsraelThe African Christian Democratic Party in South Africa will hold two demonstrations in support of Israel this week.
SA Minister Rejects Racially Motivated BoycottSA has rejected that there were racial motivations for move to prohibit Israeli goods from being sold under label “Made in Israel.”
South African University Snubs Israeli DiplomatUniversity of Kwa-Zulu Natal bows to boycott, cancels planned speech by Israeli deputy ambassador.
South African Ambassador 'Hiding'Foreign Ministry seeks to summon ambassador for censure over decision to label Yesha products but says he disconnected his phone.
MK Tibi Thanks South AfricaMK Ahmed Tibi thanks South Africa over decision to label products produced in Judea and Samaria as 'Palestinian'.
Boycott Boomerang: Arab Jobless Rate to RiseSouth Africa’s plan to label products from Judea and Samaria as “Palestinian” will backfire on Arab workers, a Jewish factory owner says.
Israel to Summon South African AmbassadorIsrael to summon the South African ambassador over boycott of products produced by Israeli companies in Judea and Samaria.
South Africa to Mark Judea Products ‘Palestinian’Products from Judea and Samaria sold in South Africa must be labeled as originating in the “occupied Palestinian territories.”
Malema Ousted From African National CongressAfrican National Congress youth leader Julius Malema paid the price for insulting the party's leader Jacob Zuma.
Calls to Oust Nazi Supporter from SA Reserve BankSA Israel Public Affairs Committee is calling for Stephen Goodson, director of SA Reserve Bank, to be fired for pro-Nazi views.
S. African Bank Director Supports NazisSouth African Reserve Bank under fire for the pro-Nazi views of one its directors, Stephen Goodson.
Lobby Warns S. Africa on ‘Made in Israel’ LabelA South African boycott lobby has accused the government of violating the law by allowing “Made in Israel” on Ahava cosmetics.
Turning Passion into ActionFirst gathering of young South African Jewish innovators; empowering Jews and improving Jewish life.
Zuma Fails To Land Top African Union Job for ExSouth Africa's failure to win the top job in the African Union reflects resentment over South African pretentiousness and relative success.
ANC Scorned by Press on Its 100th AnniversaryThousands of ANC supporters partied with their party to celebrate its centenary. The press slammed the ANC for living off its history
South African Pharmacy Faces BoycottPro-Arab groups in South Africa enraged at pharmacy giant for selling Dead Sea products made in Israel.
Zuma Creates Dust Up with ChurchesIn the complex world of church-state relations in post-apartheid South Africa, the president rocks the boat.
Durban UN Climate Conference Ends with TalkAn all-night weekend session at the UN climate change convention in Durban, South Africa ends with few agreements but little real action.
South Africa Continues Abandonment of Moral GroundBy denying entry to the Dalai Lama, South Africa continued its policy of diplomatic and economic expediency
Malema Found Guilty of Hate SpeechANC youth leader Julius Malema was found guilty of hate speech for singing an Apartheid-era song calling for the killing of white farmers.
China Accused of Violating Sanctions on LibyaDocuments found by a correspondent in a trash heap shed light on Chinese arms sales to Qaddafi.
ANC Youth Want to Radicalize South Africa FurJacob Zuma used the youth league to win a power struggle but now the league is gunning for him.
African National Congress Blasts WestSouth Africa continues to condemn Qaddafi's overthrow for bypassing Africa, accuses West of presaging a new colonialist drive.
South Africa's 'Most Wanted' Escapes, AgainBongani Moyo, linked to some 30 armed robberies, escaped from South African custody for a second time this year.
Assad's Protectors Remain FirmAction in the UN Security Council to condemn the Assad regime for its atrocities is going nowhere.
African Muslim Convoy to GazaFirst African convoy aims to stick Israel with “apartheid state” label; aid organized by banned radical Muslim group.
Zuma Zooms in to LibyaSouth Africa's Jacob Zuma may effectively undercut the diplomatic legitimacy of the Libyan intervention
U Johannesburg Cuts Ties w/BGUThe University of Johannesburg has severed all scientific ties with Israel's Ben Gurion University of the Negev (BGU).
SA Ambassador ReturningPretoria sends back ambassador who was recalled following Gaza flotilla incident but still has demands.
Nazi Salutes at SA FuneralWhite supremacists worry in South Africa: Two white farmers are murdered weekly; Al-Qaeda threatens to “blow up” the upcoming World Cup games.