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28 September 2018
When people think of Heritage Day it is usually on a personal cultural level. This month we will take a focus on ephemera objects the t-shirt. T-shirts are often not the focus of the anti-apartheid narrative and their role sidelined.
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28 September 2018
A discussion of heritage day not merely a day of celebrating diverse cultures but also the fault lines that are fraught with tension and contestation at the root of this day.
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27 September 2018
to Information Act of 2000 (PAIA) to access Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) records in order to heal injustices of the past and assist victims of gross human rights violations find a way to move forward.
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26 September 2018
Accessibility to information is a very integral aspect of recognizable rights within a State. In recent times, this right has been undermined by public and private bodies due to a prevalent culture of non-response and refusal of access to records.
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12 September 2018
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08 August 2018
As South Africa celebrates women’s month this August SAHA looks back on the valuable yet undervalued contributions by women during the armed struggle.
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08 August 2018
This womens' month, SAHA sheds more light on the sad state of womens' mental health in South Africa and how both the public and government can be of more help.
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08 August 2018
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07 August 2018
This year during Women’s Month we commemorate Dorothy Nyembe, one of the struggle heroes who relatively little is written about. She was the female activist with the longest serving prison sentence who spent a total of 18 years in prison.
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18 July 2018
18 July 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of the late Nelson Mandela.
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