'Indians Can’t Fly' is a new documentary on Ahmed Timol which tells the story of the anti-apartheid activist who plunged to his untimely death at the age of 29 from the notorious 10th floor of John Vorster Square police station in October 1971.
The long two-year process of trying to obtain a list of the National Key Points shows a disregard by government for the processes prescribed in PAIA.
SAHA acquired a generous donation of over 50 t-shirts from the International Institute of Social History (IISH), Barbara Hogan and Lloyd Ross of Shifty Records following an open call for struggle t-shirts in 2014.
Former Transnet employees still await records, with some of the delays caused by technical interpretations of vague terminology in PAIA.
R2K & SAHA welcome Police Ministry’s decision to release the National Key Points List
The SAHA team welcomed new team members Robyn Lelsie and Polite Chauke who will be working on the new Right to Truth project this year.
The archival team reflects on two of the biggest highlights - the implementation of the new archival internship programme and the team’s contribution to the Shifty Records Archive Project.
After a protracted six year battle between the Mail & Guardian and the Presidency the Khampepe Report was finally released.
The release of the Khampepe Report elicited various reactions and responses.