To mark the 19th anniversary of the first public hearing held by the TRC on 15 April 1995, SAHA publishes digitised copies of the first 5 s29 transcripts released by the DOJ
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Grace Trinity School for Girls made exceptional use of SAHA’s Bill of Rights exhibition kit as part of their Human Rights Day celebration in March 2015.
Last week the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council passed a proposal for the establishment of a UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy
SAHA is this year running a pilot capacity-building project targeting municipalities, particularly within the Eastern Cape, Free State and Gauteng Provinces and aimed at improving access to information at local level.
A selection of some of SAHA’s most iconic and evocative posters and photographic images form part of an exhibition 'Not Yet. On the Reinvention of Documentary and the Critique of Modernism, 1968-1989' at the Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Reina Sofia.
We commemorate the 50th anniversary of the execution of John Harris on 1 April 1965. Only 27, John Harris became the only white person to be hanged for a political offence during apartheid.
A report on the changing relationship between civil society and the Constitution will be launched on Thursday 23/04
In a ring­ing affir­ma­tion of the impor­tance of open jus­tice, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) today upheld the appeal of the City of Cape Town against a West­ern Cape High Court judg­ment handed down last August.
Teaching apartheid history in the classroom, before and after 1976