The Jewish community in Strand, Cape Town filed a police complaint recently after four gravestones in the local Jewish cemetery were vandalized.
Four headstones were knocked over and smashed.
Last week, two other Jewish cemeteries in the same district of Western Cape were also the target of vandalism.
Police fear it may be the work of an active neo-Nazi cell.
In December 2018, 39 Jewish graves were specifically targeted in a suspected anti-Semitic act.
Stuart Diamond, the head of the Jewish community in Cape Town, said at the time: “Our community is shocked by this attack. According to the Constitution, South Africa belongs to everyone who lives in it, and they must be respected and accepted by the other.”
Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog called on countries to take strong action to combat the troubling and rising phenomenon.
Deputy Chairman of the World Zionist Organization, Yaakov Hagoel said:
“The South African police must stop these attackers and it is the South African government’s responsibility to act accordingly against such incidents. If this is indeed the actions of a neo-Nazi cell, we must put an end to it, the sooner the better.”