SAHA put up an exhibition for the duration of the Peoples Tribunal Against Economic Crime.
SAHA attended the civil society briefing on the People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa (the People’s Tribunal), held in Johannesburg on the 7th of November 2017.
SAHA is looking for a dynamic, committed attorney with an interest in access to information and human rights advocacy to coordinate its Freedom of Information Programme.
SAHA has launched its latest publications in a series of publications aimed at assisting the public with requesting information using the Promotion of Access to Information Act.
On 27 October 2017 SAHA officially launch the latest publications in a series of publications aimed at supporting the use of and compliance with access to information legislation.
Archival assistant reflects on ideas raised around heritage and contested histories that were discussed at the SAMA conference.
SAHA takes a closer look at the most significant events that took place in African history.
SAHA is looking for a dynamic professional with an interest in public interest litigation, practice-based research and the use of access to information and technology as tools for social justice to join its Freedom of Information Programme (FOIP).
SAHA reflects on some remarkable historical events this week