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30 October 2014
SAHA's Freedom of Information Programme welcomes new staff!
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30 October 2014
These posters were produced by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as part of a campaign to promote awareness of its work and to encourage victims to give testimony to the TRC.
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30 October 2014
As we commemorate the anniversary of the handing over of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report to parliament in 1998, we take a look at the South African History Archive’s (SAHA’s) past and ongoing archival activism.
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30 October 2014
'Corruption is happening right in the government’s offices'
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30 October 2014
It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of Gerald Kraak – a beloved friend, comrade, mentor and supporter of the South African lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) movement.
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30 September 2014
SAHA is looking for a dynamic, committed professional to conduct research in support of a cross-programmatic Right to the Truth project at SAHA in 2014 – 2015.
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29 September 2014
Civil society organisations have issued a joint statement calling for the Seriti Commission of Inquiry into the Arms Deal to be dissolved.
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22 September 2014
The Shifty Records Project collection consists of the endangered archives of Shifty Records donated by Shifty founder Lloyd Ross and include archival material relating to artists recorded by Shifty.
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22 September 2014
As part of the Shifty Records Legacy Archive project SAHA has developed the Shifty Records - What You Won't Hear on the Radio virtual exhibition. This exhibition complements the physical exhibition which opened on 1 September and is on display at Alliance
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22 September 2014
During Heritage Month, SAHA is offering a discount of 10% off print publications for educators and libraries wanting to order ten or more copies.
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