Azhar Vadi | Salaamedia | 07 October 2016 South African Ambassador to Israel, Sisa Ngombane, let loose in an almost drunken stupor, his true feelings regarding the occupation of the Palestinian people and the suffering they have had to endure over the last 7 decades. And it wasn’t a pleasant experience to say the least. […]
06 October 2016 Naeemah Dudan is a 2nd year Bachelor of Arts student at Wits University. She writes for Salaamedia. This is what she experienced today. #GeneralAssembly #SolomonHouse While lectures on the Main and Education campuses of Wits have been shut down, several lectures at the Medical campus were still ongoing today. #FeesMustFall protesters met […]
04 October 2016 Naeemah Dudan is a 2nd year Bachelor of Arts student at Wits University. She writes for Salaamedia. This is what she experienced today. Images and video: Naeema Dudan #WitsMarikana Contrary to popular belief and to what Vice-Chancellor Adam Habib has said Wits students do not want their own Marikana Massacre. It is […]
04 October 2016 Opinion Amaarah Mayet and Naeema Dudan. Image: Azhar Vadi (2015) Privilege That’s 9 letters of the alphabet that can cause complete bafflement in South Africa today; a word that rolls within our social interactions causing contention and discomfort. Privilege is the societal structure that people are born into, and without realisation or […]
Nabeela Vadwalla | 15 July 2016 The larger percentage of the African continent has been introduced to Islam as a religion over the last 1400 years. Many continental communities embraced the belief system and in many instances absorbed the culture, language and system of those who brought the new way of life. History has noted […]
22 March 2016 Salaamedia’s Ponty Moletsane reports on social media updates regarding the possible release of Sheikh Abdus Salaam Bassiouni. The aged Islamic scholar was arrested while visiting his country of birth, Egypt, December 2016.
Sumayya Omar | 08 March 2016 Pic: @AyeshaTape (twitter), UCT, Jammie Plaza, Upper Campus Nearly 70 years ago a new state by the name of Israel was created through forceful occupation of Palestinian lands and genocidal attacks on the people of Palestine.To date, Israel claims to be the best democracy in the Middle East; a […]
Sumayya Omar | 20 February | Pic: translatingcuba.com In September 1960, the Cuban President Fidel Castro, presented his revolutionary vision on education, before the United Nations General Assembly: “Our people plan to wage a great battle against illiteracy with the ambitious goal of teaching every last illiterate person to read and write. To these organisations […]