SA could be complicit in war crimes

SA could be complicit in war crimes

 Has Saudi Arabia captured our foreign policy, asks Suraya Dadoo On August 2, the bustling al-Mehout fish market in the Yemeni city of Hodeida, was bombed. Fifty-five civilians were killed – mostly fishermen, fish sellers, and shoppers. Over 170 others were injured....
War-Crimes in Yemen: Made in South Africa?

War-Crimes in Yemen: Made in South Africa?

South Africa risks increasing complicity in war-crimes if it continues arming Saudi Arabia and the UAE, writes Suraya Dadoo A Saudi Arabian-led coalition has bombed and blockaded Yemen into famine. Independent estimates put the total number of Yemenis killed in the...
UNprincipled support for Apartheid

UNprincipled support for Apartheid

When the Special Committee against Apartheid was established by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 1962, Western powers initially declined to join it or support its work. These powerful nations, mostly made up of former colonisers and their allies, argued...