The Jewish Report Editorial

  • What’s in a picture?

    Dec 01, 2013 Go comment!
    The “security cluster” in this country should be embarrassed at how they have bungled the issue of material about President Jacob Zuma’s private homestead Nkandla getting out
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  • Jews should get back into South African politics

    Nov 20, 2013 Go comment!
    We are two decades after our first democratic elections in 1994, when the euphoria accompanying that historical moment propelled South Africans to vote en masse as an act of ecstatic celebration, producing a huge majority for the ANC liberation movement-turned-political party. With elections coming up next April, Jews, as members of an ethnic minority, must make their crosses.
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  • The Jewish Report’s new digital leap

    Nov 20, 2013 Go comment!
    The launch of the Jewish Report’s new website this week, poses great opportunities for providing South African Jewry with a variety of modes - printed paper, website, smartphone, tablet, and more - for disseminating news and information, debating issues, and facilitating its members’ involvement.
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  • Defeating the Boeremag mentality

    Oct 30, 2013 2 Comments
    Most of those who have just started writing matric are unaware how close SA came to plunging into chaos and bloodshed when they were in primary school.
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  • Orthodoxy and Limmud - an unhealthy stand-off

    Oct 30, 2013 Go comment!
    A storm among UK Jewry about the relationship between Orthodox Jewry and Limmud, has echoes in Jewish communities worldwide, including SA
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  • Congratulations to the Chief Rabbi on this initiative

    Oct 13, 2013 Go comment!
    The Shabbos Project encourages Jews, regardless of degree of religiosity, to learn about Shabbos, observe it during this coming weekend, and embrace it in their individual ways.
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  • The Syrian road

    Oct 01, 2013 Go comment!
    What has Syria got to do with us? The dreadful brutality comes immediately into our homes via computer screens and cellphones, writes SAJR editor GEOFF SIFRIN
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