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Home business support this Ramadhan

Salaamedia | 23 May 2017 As part of our objective to uplift communities through development and entrepreneurship, Salaamedia will be giving home business a free advert to be read out on our radio broadcast platforms during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadhan. The adverts will be aired daily between 14:00 and 14:30 on Salaamedia. Promoting […]

AKF trashes Zionist Federation’s critique of hunger strike

Salaamedia | Cartoon: Carlos Latuf | 17 May 2017 The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has lambasted the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF), a pro-Israeli lobby group, that criticised the Foundation’s 24-hour solidarity hunger strike in support of Palestinian prisoners. Supported by SA Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and several cabinet ministers, South Africans were called on to […]

Namola active in Gauteng: #CrimeMustFall

Salaamedia| 16 May 217 Hot on the heels of Police Minister, Fikile Mbalula, encouraging the use of technology in the fight against crime, the Namola Safety App has launched across Gauteng. Plans are now underway to roll it out nationally while foreign counties have started showing interest. The Gauteng Community Safety Department and Gauteng Traffic […]

Why do we protest?

Nthato Muhammed Ntsoko | Opinion | Pic: News24 South Africa has experienced an unprecedented amount of violent protests in the last few months, the latest being the ransacking of the sleepy town of Coligny in the North West province and Ennerdale and Eldorado Park in Gauteng. But what is leading to this outburst of anger? […]

TUT students fight suspension

26 April 2017 | Hawa Mayere | Image: Azhar Vadi Tshwane university of Technology (TUT) #FeesMustFall activists, Hector Sinugu, Millicent Nkwashu and Precious Rapetswa are challenging the university following their suspension. The three are want the university to overturn a decision which was taken to suspend them from TUT for a period of five years. […]

Archaeology – a tool of Zionist Occupation/Archaeology – enabling Palestinian dispossession

21 April 2017 | Salaamedia Image:Archaeologist, Abeer Zayaad meeting former Robben Island political prisoner, Laloo Chiba. “Genocide”, as a Burmese scholar noted recently, “begins with an attack on identity and history. The victims never existed and…will never exist”. Arguably, nowhere is this assault on historical identity more brazen today then in modern day Israel. “There […]
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