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23 November 2014
On Monday 24 November 2014, the South Gauteng High Court will hear why the public should have access to a list of National Key Points.
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17 November 2014
Nancy Nkoko is the FOIP intern at SAHA and she has been reading the Centre for Environmental Rights' Report titled Money Talks:Commerical Interests and Transparency in Environmental Governance.
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11 November 2014
SAHA reflects on a century of warfare with posters from the archives.
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04 November 2014
SAHA's Freedom of Information Programme bids a fond farewell to Kathryn Johnson and welcomes new staff!
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02 November 2014
SAHA joins countless others in mourning the passing of long-time colleague, activist, funder and friend. Please join in celebrating an extraordinary South African and a life well lived in Cape Town this weekend.
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31 October 2014
SAHA invites educators to participate in a workshop on the historic sinking of the troopship SS Mendi during the First World War and get discounted tickets to theatre production about the SS Mendi.
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31 October 2014
Lloyd Ross reports back on Shifty September - celebrating 30 years of seditious sounds and 20 years of democracy.
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31 October 2014
SAHA invites graduates with a keen interest in archives and human rights documentation in South Africa to apply for a 6 to 12 months archival internship starting in 2015.
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31 October 2014
A series of events to commemorate the centenary of the beginning of the First World War; the 75th anniversary of the start of the Second World War and the 20th commemoration of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda that targeted the Tutsi minority.
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30 October 2014
These posters were produced by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as part of a campaign to promote awareness of its work and to encourage victims to give testimony to the TRC.
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