Suraya Dadoo is a South African writer and author focussing on Israel's occupation of Palestine.
In-depth: In a historic meeting, civil society activists from 21 African countries gathered to reaffirm support for the Palestinian liberation struggle and mobilise against Israeli apartheid and normalisation across the continent.
In-depth: By capitulating to Israel's back-channel diplomacy, African leaders have damaged the integrity of the African Union.
In-depth: Obituaries and editorials that praised Tutu's honesty and moral clarity regarding apartheid in South Africa have erased his staunch support for Palestine.
In-depth: Israel will keep African Union accreditation for now, but its membership has polarised opinion in Africa's continental body.
In-depth: There is growing opposition to Israel's new observer status at the African Union, with member states and civil society groups citing the country's ongoing occupation of Palestine.
Opinion: The African Union has granted observer status to Israel, echoing many African countries' support for Palestine while engaging in "economic diplomacy" with Israel, writes Suraya Dadoo.
Analysis: Despite attempts at oversight, Yemen is awash with weapons made by South Africa's arms industry.
Comment: As Sudan seeks to appease Washington through normalising ties with Israel, any such deal would be betray its own people as well as Palestinians under occupation, argues Suraya Dadoo.
Comment: Africa's Frontline States showed what real solidarity looks like, but the Arab world is ignoring the lessons of history, writes Suraya Dadoo.
Comment: The current hiatus in weapons sales is only a temporary 'inspections row'. It's time South Africa halted arms sales to Saudi Arabia altogether, writes Suraya Dadoo.