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31 July 2014
A Heritage Month tribute to the Shifty Records music label, combining exhibitions, documentary screenings, panel discussions and, of course, concerts to celebrate the Shifty story of musical activism in the struggle for democracy in South Africa.
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31 July 2014
We’re asking all those music lovers out there to support our crowdfunding project in the lead up to SHIFTY SEPTEMBER.
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31 July 2014
Revellers attending the OppiKoppi 20 Odyssey from 7 - 9 August 2014 can support the Shifty September programme by paying SHIFTY SIN TAX at the festival.
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31 July 2014
31 July marks the anniversary of musician James Phillips’ tragic passing at just 36 years old.
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30 July 2014
SAHA is urgently looking for original Shifty Records and Voëlvry paraphernalia to add to the archive
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30 July 2014
24 July 2014 saw the 50th anniversary of the anti-apartheid bombing by John Harris at the Johannesburg train station. He became the only white person to be hanged for a political offence during apartheid.
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15 July 2014
Eugene De Kock recently made news when he was denied parole. SAHA has various material relating to De Kock in our archive collections.
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14 July 2014
Nobel laureate, author and apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer passed away this week.
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04 July 2014
SAHA is pleased to announce the arrival of two new staff members and a new intern. Amanda Rowen, Toerien van Wyk and Andisiwe Gcali.
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04 July 2014
SAHA hosted a series of Exhibitions it the Classroom (EITC) workshops on 1 and 2 July. The workshops were for educators and museums and respectively.
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