A selection of items from Julie Frederikse's personal archives have been digitised and processed as part of the existing Julie Frederikse collection (AL2460) at SAHA.
Attending the right to protest workshop provided an opportunity amongst others to see access to information used as an enabling right
A request for records related to an unexplained death inside a South African prison.
SAHA invites applications from history educators based in other provinces to attend the first SAHA In The Classroom Spring School from October 3 to 6, 2016 in Johannesburg
The archival team applies preservation measures to the SAHA banner collection.
A new SAHA exhibit on South African visual resistance opens today for the start of the Federation of Human Rights Organisation (FIDH) World Congress
In remembrance of the Marikana massacre, SAHA reflects on our requests to the South African Police Services in this year and others.
Following on from successful local government elections in 2016 SAHA reminisces on some of the compliant decisions it received this year
SAHA reflects on the women's collections in their archive. Featuring some of the women who have contributed to some of our collections.
Four women led the Women's March that fateful day in 1956, but it was Ngoyi who stood out as a natural leader, a fearless fighter for the rights of the oppressed.