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24 May 2016
SAHA is reminded of the oft-forgotten but critical role of record keeping in access to information when it asked for records from the Office of the President around the cost of relocating Parliament.
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24 May 2016
SAHA was excited to receive its first ever PAIA manual in Braille from the National Department of Human Settlements this month demonstrating access to information on a whole new level.
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24 May 2016
The new rule of the SABC for 90% local music leads to reflection on the history of local music in South Africa, and how the Shifty collection contributes to this history.
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19 May 2016
We are looking for recent South African graduates with a keen interest in activism and struggles for justice and accountability in South Africa for the second phase of internships for 2016
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06 May 2016
Ahmed Timol is remembered during the screening of Indians can't fly. There was a critical discussion of the TRC and how it failed Timol's family
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06 May 2016
A report back on the screening of "We Never Give Up II" in commemoration of 20 years since the TRC.
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06 May 2016
"Pioneering PPP projects" that existed before National Treasury issued regulations governing PPP's seem to exist in a void, devoid of transparency
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01 May 2016
face2face books, in conjunction with SAHA and Constitution Hill, invites you to the launch of "Fordsburg Fighter" by Amin Cajee, with Terry Bell, on 25 May. Amin Cajee will be in conversation with Mavuso Msimang.
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28 April 2016
A report back on the screening of "A snake gives birth to a snake" in commemoration of 20 years since the TRC and 22 years since the Rwanda genocide in 1994.
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28 April 2016
This short piece commemorates the life of Ann Harris Wolfe, who was an anti-apartheid fighter and the widow of John Harris.
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