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15 June 2018
Issues of copyright are integral to use of images within the archival sector. Sam Nzima represents the struggle between the creator of an object and ownership of that object. How does one navigate a heritage object and its copyright?
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14 June 2018
As we approach the halfway mark in our first year of free tertiary education, SAHA reflects on the long history of struggle and sacrifice by our nations youth activists in achieving equal education.  
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14 June 2018
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14 June 2018
Years after the end of the mass #FessMustFall protests, many of the student activists find themselves trapped in the criminal legal system. There is a need for justice to prevail, restorative justice that considers the greater needs of society, by ensurin
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25 May 2018
SAHA takes a closer look at Africa day, a day set aside by the African Union to celebrate all that makes us unique and binds us together as Africans.
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25 May 2018
As the AU members convene in Addis-Ababa to discuss continental strategies to fight corruption, FOIP reflects on how PAIA can help assist in the same fight.
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25 May 2018
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25 May 2018
In this technology age, FOIP has recognised that it is vital to ensure that information is available in easily accessible formats. To that end, at the beginning of the year, SAHA embarked on a journey to make the FOIP website mobile friendly.
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24 May 2018
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24 May 2018
A poetry speaks of experiences in a way that is very tangible. Detention was a reality for many who were part of the struggle against apartheid.
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