This selection of election posters comes from the SAHA poster collection AL2446, reminding us of the 1st democratic elections on the 27 April 1994.
Braille is progressively showing up everywhere and visually impaired or blind members of our community who read braille are more empowered to live fully independent lives. In the past, sadly many expected blind and visually impaired individuals to be full
The national bus strike this week just before May Day gives opportunity to consider some of the history of labour unions in South Africa.
SAHA's statement concerning the judgement handed down in the South African History Archive v South African Reserve Bank and another case. SAHA is disappointed but not deterred, and will continue to fight for transparency.
Recently the National Archives and Records Service of South Africa held a two day seminar in Pretoria under the theme, “Narrating History through Photographs: Echoes and Possibilities of Archival Photographic Collections” from 8-9 March 2018.
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is looking to recruit an archival intern.
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is looking for recent South African graduates with a keen interest in activism and struggles for justice and accountability in South Africa to apply for an internship opportunity at SAHA.
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.