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14 August 2017
Through our weekly news section, SAHA takes a look at the most significant events that took place in Africa’s tumultuous history.
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09 August 2017
This August we feature some images of posters which speak to the power held by women and their role in the struggle for equality.
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07 August 2017
Our weekly news segment takes us back into the past as we find out what significant events took place in Africa's history.
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02 August 2017
A 46 year old inquest, that of Ahmed Timol who died after falling from the 10th floor of John Vorster Square, has been reopened. This is the first such inquest where testimonies and expert witnesses examine this event which happened during apartheid in th
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31 July 2017
To commemorate Women's Day, a SAHA exhibition kit exploring the role of women in South Africa's liberation struggle is now available to loan. The kit will be on display during the Women's Month (August) at Constitution Hill.
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31 July 2017
Goal 16 has been lauded as an extremely important right due to its ability to enable other Goals. SAHA attends a talk on its importance.
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31 July 2017
Why SAHA is going to court to gain access to apartheid-era records held by the South African Reserve Bank.
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31 July 2017
A short list of event in the history of Africa. This is a new weekly feature by SAHA.
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26 July 2017
This Womens' Month we pay tribute to our grandmothers, mothers and sisters - women from all walks of life who are being heralded as heroines for the sacrifices that they have made and continue to make towards bettering our society.
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25 July 2017
SAHA is looking for a recent South African graduate with a keen interest in activism, struggles for justice and accountability in South Africa to apply for an upcoming internship opportunity.
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