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30 January 2015
'Indians Can’t Fly' is a new documentary on Ahmed Timol which tells the story of the anti-apartheid activist who plunged to his untimely death at the age of 29 from the notorious 10th floor of John Vorster Square police station in October 1971.
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30 January 2015
The long two-year process of trying to obtain a list of the National Key Points shows a disregard by government for the processes prescribed in PAIA.
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30 January 2015
SAHA acquired a generous donation of over 50 t-shirts from the International Institute of Social History (IISH), Barbara Hogan and Lloyd Ross of Shifty Records following an open call for struggle t-shirts in 2014.
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30 January 2015
Former Transnet employees still await records, with some of the delays caused by technical interpretations of vague terminology in PAIA.
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23 January 2015
R2K & SAHA welcome Police Ministry’s decision to release the National Key Points List
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23 January 2015
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12 January 2015
The SAHA team welcomed new team members Robyn Lelsie and Polite Chauke who will be working on the new Right to Truth project this year.
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11 December 2014
The archival team reflects on two of the biggest highlights - the implementation of the new archival internship programme and the team’s contribution to the Shifty Records Archive Project.
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10 December 2014
After a protracted six year battle between the Mail & Guardian and the Presidency the Khampepe Report was finally released.
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10 December 2014
The release of the Khampepe Report elicited various reactions and responses.
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