|• Steve Biko
• Arthur Murray
Apartheid was a system of institutionalised racial segregation between blacks, coloureds and whites that existed in South Africa and Namibia from 1948 until the early 1990s. Nowadays, the Israeli government's institutionalised discrimination between Jews and Palestinians in Israel and the occupied territories in the Middle East has also been described as Apartheid.
De facto policy
|“Do you realize what a powerful force is gathered here between these four walls?..Show me a greater power in Africa. Show me a greater power anywhere, even in your so-called civilized world."”
|H. J. Klopper
|“Control Risks would continue the ISC's previous assistance to South Africa: in 1986, it set up a syndicate for British companies trading with South Africa. For a price of £1,500 per place, Control Risks informed the syndicate's members of "the activities of anti-apartheid groups in Europe, their relationship to terrorist groups and their intentions".”
|Document:South Africa’s Case Was a Display of International Solidarity - We Should Support It
|12 January 2024
|At the International Court of Justice, South Africa spoke on behalf of the billions of people who oppose Israel's genocide in Gaza — and put Western governments to shame for their deplorable complicity.
|17 March 2017
|The Apartheid nature of the Israeli State in its treatment of its non-jewish Palestinian population