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29 July 2016
SAHA reflects on the women's collections in their archive. Featuring some of the women who have contributed to some of our collections.
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28 July 2016
To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Women’s March, SAHA would like to invite social sciences and history educators to participate in a workshop on using SAHA’s exhibition kit “Women hold up half the sky” in the classroom.
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27 July 2016
Local government is not just important one day every five years when the local government elections come around and focuses everyone’s attention on municipalities. Local government in fact operates every day as the sphere of government most often engage
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27 July 2016
SAHA commemorates 60 years of National Women's Day in South Africa with a collection of posters reflecting on women in the struggle.
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22 July 2016
An intern discusses the latest media restriction changes and how they will affect the archives and society. She reflects on the press restrictions that were instated during the State of Emergency juxtaposing the past and contemporary times under media cen
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08 July 2016
SAHA'S FOIP intern visiting from Canada reflects on her 6 month placement in Johannesburg.
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08 July 2016
This is a brief description of an archival intern's experience at SAHA.
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01 July 2016
A reflection on protests in the media today and the similarities to those under apartheid, in pictures.
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28 June 2016
Following the #feesmustfall mass mobilisation SAHA requests copies of the interdicts obtained in response to protests by universities and received mixed responses
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15 June 2016
SAHA invited activists and municipal employees for training on how best to use the Promotion of Access to Information Act on the local government level.
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