Educator's workshop 8: The Legacies of the Land Act has been moved from Saturday 19 September to Saturday 3 October 2015

On 22nd September, SAHA, along with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, hosted a discussion that focused on non-racialism in South Africa
Over a year and a half late, TRANSNET finally responds to SAHA's PAIA requests, saying that no records exist.
As we launch the 25th anniversary commemorative edition of Julie Frederikse's 'The Unbreakable Thread: Non-racialism in South Africa', we take a look at her remarkable collection at SAHA.
SAHA's Freedom of Information Programme (FOIP), on International Right to Know Day (28 September 2015), attended the National Information Officers Forum (NIOF) hosted by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) where SAHA was awarded a Golden Key
On 29 September 2015 conjunction with International Right to Know Day (celebrated annually on 28 September) SAHA hosted a workshop to discuss and get feedback on its collation of PAIA training material for use at local government level.
SAPS’ decision to refuse access to this information is as broad and ambiguous as its decisions to classify and declassify NKPs in the first place.
We are celebrating Heritage day by embracing South Africa's diversity and nation building.
The EIGHTH workshop in the 2015 SAHA workshop series is about the Legacies of the Land Act.
SAHA will be hosting a participatory seminar on struggle t-shirts for students on 2 October 2015
The Right to Truth team were invited to present at a roundtable event co-hosted by the Wits Justice Project and Wits School of Governance.

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