James Phillips_Bernoldous Niemand

James Phillips 22 January 1959 - 31 July 1995

"East Rand cowboy, singer, songwriter, musician, guitarist, composer, cultural icon, voice and conscience to generation of apartheid-era (and after) white South Africans."

24 July 2014 saw the 50th anniversary of the anti-apartheid bombing by John Harris at the Johannesburg train station. He became the only white person to be hanged for a political offence during apartheid.
Eugene De Kock recently made news when he was denied parole. SAHA has various material relating to De Kock in our archive collections.
Nobel laureate, author and apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer passed away this week.
SAHA is pleased to announce the arrival of two new staff members and a new intern. Amanda Rowen, Toerien van Wyk and Andisiwe Gcali.
SAHA hosted a series of Exhibitions it the Classroom (EITC) workshops on 1 and 2 July. The workshops were for educators and museums and respectively.
The End Conscription Campaign (ECC) physical exhibition was on display at the War Resisters' International conference in Cape Town.
This quarter, Nala, Amanda and Nozipiwo have been reading about the 1983 Constitution, commemorating youth in the struggle and some of the legal and political issues around applying the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (PAIA).