Education & Outreach
 
22 September 2014
During Heritage Month, SAHA is offering a discount of 10% off print publications for educators and libraries wanting to order ten or more copies.   
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22 September 2014
As part of the Shifty Records Legacy Archive project SAHA has developed the Shifty Records - What You Won't Hear on the Radio virtual exhibition. This exhibition complements the physical exhibition which opened on 1 September and is on display at Alliance   
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12 September 2014
   
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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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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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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
The End Conscription Campaign (ECC) physical exhibition was on display at the War Resisters' International conference in Cape Town.   
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03 July 2014
This quarter, Nala, Amanda and Nozipiwo have been reading about the 1983 Constitution, commemorating youth in the struggle and some of the legal and political issues around applying the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (PAIA).   
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12 June 2014
SAHA hosted a full day workshop for NGOs on how to use PAIA as an advocacy tool in the basic education sector.   
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30 May 2014
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent human rights archive committed to documenting and raising awareness of past struggles against apartheid, as well as ongoing struggles in the making of democracy in South Africa. In line with this    
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29 May 2014
Grade 10 - 12 history educators are invited to participate in a workshop on using SAHA's Exhibition in the Classroom booklets to commemorate key dates in in the South African calendar with their learners.   
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29 May 2014
SAHA invites museum and tour guide staff from Gauteng-based heritage sites to participate in a workshop on how to borrow and work with SAHA’s portable exhibition kits   
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09 May 2014
By selecting SAHA as your MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet beneficiary, you can support our work every time you shop at Woolworths, Engen Quikshops, Toys R Us, Waltons, Reggie’s, kalahari.com, Power24 and more.   
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29 April 2014
Wits School of Education & the Wits History Workshop, in conjunction with SAHA, will be hosting the 28th annual conference of the South African Society for History Teaching from Friday 10 to Saturday 11 October 2014    
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28 February 2014
The South African History Archive’s (SAHA) Freedom of Information Programme (FOIP) will be inviting participants to an access to information workshop for the basic education sector on 25 March 2014.   
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06 December 2013
As the world mourns the loss of a renowned icon, Nelson Mandela, SAHA has pulled out some of the best Madiba posters from its archive to say 'siyabulela Tata, ulale ngoxolo!'    
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06 December 2013
As one of its achievements to end the year, SAHA has improved the functionality of the PAIA Request Tracker and has shared those developments with its network of users.    
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05 December 2013
As an organisation developed and strengthened by its volunteers, SAHA applaud all those who volunteer to make the world a better place.   
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03 December 2013
The Right2Know campaign has brought community leaders’ and activists to its inaugural leadership school.    
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28 November 2013
View posters pulled out of the rich SAHA archive resource for the 16 Days of Activism. Some of them will remain on display in the SAHA courtyard for the duration of the initiative. These posters are from AL2446 The SAHA Poster Collection.    
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21 November 2013
SAHA is looking for a dynamic individual with a strong commitment to building a career in human rights advocacy to join its Freedom of Information Programme (FOIP).    
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30 October 2013
As part of SAHA’s Land Act project, the organisation visited three rural communities to engage with high school students in a one-day workshop on matters of land reform during Heritage Month.   
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30 August 2013
In an initiative to educate the next generation about the importance of Women’s Day and Women’ Month, Constitution Hill ran workshops throughout August with local schools, using the SAHA exhibition kit, ‘Women Hold Up Half the Sky'.   
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25 August 2013
SAHA invites history educators to a one-day workshop on 13 September 2013 on using John Vorster Square as a case study for teaching apartheid history.    
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15 August 2013
It has been a year since SAHA moved to the Constitution Hill heritage site in Braamfontein. As a human rights archive, this strategic move has improved the organisation’s outreach, accessibility, public interaction and profile.   
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08 August 2013
For Women’s Month 2013, SAHA is running an exhibition titled, Women Hold up Half the Sky: Commemorating Women in the Struggle, at Constitution Hill, Braamfontein.   
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08 August 2013
The guide follows the same theme as the SAHA women’s exhibition kit currently on display at Constitution Hill. The guide will help educators explore with their learners the role of women in the struggle and threats to the rights of women today.    
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28 June 2013
The ‘Facing the Past’ 2-day workshop in partnership with Shikaya, introduced a methodology for teaching history that cultivates students' awareness of the role they can play to create a culture that values human rights.   
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28 June 2013
SAHA meets with local NGOs in Bunia to explore ways in which archival processes and outreach could be used to strengthen their work.   
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31 May 2013
SAHA's exhibition kit on the role of youth in the making of democracy, titled ‘The Future is Ours' has been on display at the St Stithians Boys' College as part of the school's cultural festival during the last week of May.    
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31 May 2013
On June 26 - 27, SAHA will be hosting a two-day seminar for history educators on teaching eugenics and teaching about the US civil rights movement.   
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23 April 2013
History educators are invited to participate in a series of mini-workshops in May 2013 on teaching about the South African TRC.    
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22 April 2013
The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation (RLF) and SAHA invite you to a lecture and panel discussion on the recent publication by Professor Stephen Ellis on the ANC in exile (1960-1990).   
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25 March 2013
SAHA and the South African Human Rights Commission host the last in a series of three community training workshop in Soweto.   
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20 March 2013
In honour of Human Rights Day, SAHA hosted 40 learners and educators from Senaoane Secondary School for a workshop about human rights, the right to know, and how art can be used in advocacy.    
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28 February 2013
To mark Human Rights Month, SAHA and the SABC, are launching a new website centering on the 87-part ‘Truth Commission Special Report' television series, last broadcast 15 years ago.    
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14 February 2013
Established as the highest legal authority in the land in all constitutional matters, this court is a key institution in ensuring that the country's democratic principles are upheld.   
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08 February 2013
The South African History Archive trains the housing sector on PAIA, tool that will be instrumental in assisting the housing sector in their advocacy work to protect their rights.   
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01 February 2013
SAHRC and SAHA continue to work together to support Soweto residents in their fight for access to information.   
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31 January 2013
SAHA will be running a workshop series on using primary sources to teach apartheid history (1976 - 1994) in February and March 2013   
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31 January 2013
As part of our commitment to fostering an open information culture, SAHA has developed "PAIA Unpacked: A Resource for Lawyers and Paralegals."   
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22 January 2013
Lecture on Codes of Practice on Public Consultation was presented by Edward Andersson of Involve   
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14 December 2012
Grade 11 learners in Cape Town are urging South Africa's mobile network operators to provide free mobile access to Wikipedia.   
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09 December 2012
In recognition of International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, Transparency International has published their annual Corruption Perceptions Index.    
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29 November 2012
SAHA would like to invite NGOs involved in housing matters to a series of capacity-building workshops. The workshops are centered on access to information and in particular, the right to information.   
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19 November 2012
The South African Human Rights Commission and SAHA have teamed up to promote access to information in Soweto   
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28 September 2012
To celebrate Heritage Month 2012, the City of Ekurhuleni and SAHA launched a report and a virtual exhibition ‘Entering Tembisa' based on an oral based on an oral and document history collection project conducted by SAHA in 2010 and 2011.   
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28 September 2012
The tenth International Right to Know day on 28 September was celebrated by civil society groups around the globe, many hosting events to campaign for government transparency, effective legislation, and public awareness about the right to know.    
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20 September 2012
To celebrate Heritage Month 2012, SAHA, in conjunction with the City of Ekurhuleni, will be launching 'Entering Tembisa', a report and exhibition in Dries Niemand Park, Kempton Park on 27 September 2012   
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12 September 2012
To mark 15 years since John Vorster Square was renamed Johannesburg Central Police Station, SAHA launched a new educational publication and exhibition on 22 September 2012 at Constitution Hill.   
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27 August 2012
The struggle stalwart, Neville Alexander, died aged 75 at his home in Grassy Park on the Cape Flats, in the Western Cape Province, after a long battle with cancer.    
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20 August 2012
SAHA has moved from Wits University to new offices in Johannesburg's Constitution Hill complex in Braamfontein. Contact details have also changed.    
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03 August 2012
SAHA will be running a one-day workshop on 8 September for educators on using the SAHA 'Between life and death: stories from John Vorster Square' DVD and user guide to teach apartheid history   
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03 August 2012
SAHA has moved to new offices from Wits University to Johannesburg's Constitution Hill complex in Braamfontein.    
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03 August 2012
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 was also on display during the Women's Month (August) at Constitution Hill.    
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14 July 2012
Tshwane residents get trained on their right to information and the Promotion of Access to Information Act.   
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16 June 2012
The SAHA exhibition kit 'The Future is Ours: Commemorating Youth in the Struggle' has been installed at Constitution Hill for Youth Day celebrations.   
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09 June 2012
SAHA and the Right2Know Campaign met to run the second awareness raising session with community members in Kgugersdorp on their right to information.   
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03 June 2012
Wits History Workshop will be hosting a one-day workshop for history educators in July on the topic ‘TEACHING RACE'. RSVP to book your place.    
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26 May 2012
SAHA and the Right2Know Campaign met with community members in Sebokeng to raise awareness about the right to information.   
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24 May 2012
More than 180 people died in the crossfire between the police and members of the Israelites' church. They had gathered on a piece of land they had been instructed to vacate.    
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17 May 2012
This day was launched in 2004 where initiatives and events are coordinated worldwide to garner support for the respect and recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people.    
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08 May 2012
Adopted on 8 May 1996, this document guarantees rights to everyone within SA borders. The socio-economic situation and the proposed regressive laws threaten the very same principles it seeks to enforce.    
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02 May 2012
SAHA's exhibition on the Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF) is on display at Museum Africa in Newtown, Johannesburg, until March 2013   
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25 April 2012
The Right2Know Campaign is hosting a series of events to mark South African \"Freedom Week\" which includes Freedom Day, Workers\' Day and World Press Freedom Day.    
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31 March 2012
This forms part of SAHA's newest collection which documents the APF's history. The online exhibition will make it convenient for users to access 24/7.    
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30 March 2012
SAHA is plesed to announce the release of new materials developed to assist the LGBTI sector in utilising the right to information.   
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21 March 2012
This year's official celebration was for the first time held outside Sharpeville, causing mixed reactions as the day was partly founded based on the Sharpeville Massacre incident.    
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01 March 2012
On the 1st of March, the world celebrates the International Abolishment of the Death Penalty. This initiative is hoped to influence countries in reviewing their stance on corporal punishment.    
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29 February 2012
An exhibition, drawing on SAHA's archival collections to reflect on the unfinished business of the TRC, will be on display at Constitution Hil until June 2012l.    
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31 January 2012
See the list of SAHA's educational resources developed to assist history learners and educators in schools.    
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25 January 2012
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex participants are empowered to use PAIA.   
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24 January 2012
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele has implied that continued opposition to the secrecy bill is uninformed and misplaced.   
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01 December 2011
"Getting to Zero" is this year's theme for World AIDS Day, on the 1st of December. The pandemic continues to wreak havoc in many countries, especially on the African continent, calling for a more holistic approach.   
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29 September 2011
SAHA hosted an exhibition and community panel discussion, as well as an oral history competition for learners, at the Tembisa West Library.   
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01 September 2011
SAHA is holding a heritage workshop for history educators on 17 September 2011 at Constitution Hill.    
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01 September 2011
To celebrate Heritage Day 2011, SAHA will be launching the exhibition ‘Entering Tembisa' and hosting a panel discussion exploring the history of this vibrant community.   
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29 August 2011
On 25 August 2011 SAHA and the South African Human Rights Commission began the first of a series of capacity building sessions on access to information in Diepsloot.   
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11 August 2011
The Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians' Prize is a part of the South African Department of Basic Education's ongoing commitment to encourage the study of oral history in South Africa.   
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09 August 2011
In one of the largest demonstrations staged in this country's history, 55 years ago, 20 000 women of all races marched to Pretoria's Union Buildings on 9 August 1956, to present a petition against the carrying of passes.   
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01 August 2011
The Visual History Archive (VHA) has developed a new user friendly geo-spatial and temporal archive platform that provides unprecedented access and context to archival material concerned with the history of apartheid and the liberation struggle in Souther   
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27 April 2011
On 27 April 1994, for the first time in South African history, all citizens over the age of 18 were given the opportunity to cast their vote.   
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16 April 2011
On 15 April 1996, the first nation-wide TRC hearings opened in the East London City Hall. On 16 April 1996, the first victims' testimonies were heard, setting the tone for a process towards truth, justice and reconciliation which continues to this day.   
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30 March 2011
The South African History Archive (SAHA) supports Equal Education's campaign to establish Minimum Norms and Standards for School Infrastructure and National Guidelines on School Libraries by 1 April 2011.   
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18 March 2011
To mark Human Rights Day in 2011, the South African History Archive (SAHA) invited Grade 12 history learners to participate in a pilot workshop on the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), history and human rights.    
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28 February 2011
On Saturday 26 February 2011, the South African History Archive (SAHA) held a pilot workshop for Grade 11 and 12 history educators on teaching the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in the classroom.    
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31 January 2011
SAHA will launch new PAIA educational tools in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg on 11, 16 and 18 February 2011, respectively.   
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31 January 2011
SAHA will be conducting workshops on the TRC for history educators and learners at Constitution Hill in February and March 2011.    
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09 January 2011
History was made on 9 January, 1991, when the integration of public schools was initiated through the admission of black students to thirty-three previously all-white schools in the former Transvaal Province.    
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08 January 2011
Lawrence Ndzanga, leader of the South African Railways and Harbours Workers' Union (SARHW), made the ultimate sacrifice when he died under detention on 8 January 1977.    
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10 December 2010
On the occasion of the 60th International Human Rights Day, SAHA hosted the launch of the Truth Commission Special Report Multimedia Product at the Ramparts at Constitution Hill, accompanied by an exhibition comprised of numerous SAHA collections.    
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04 December 2010
On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, SAHA looks at the history of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU).   
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01 December 2010
World AIDS Day commemorates the ongoing struggle to raise awareness and eliminate stigma surrounding the HIV/AIDS pandemic.    
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30 November 2010
FOIP has recently published a new and comprehensive PAIA Workshop Guide to assist training in the utilisation of PAIA.   
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30 November 2010
The inventory for the Forced Migration Studies Programme on Xenophobic violence collection is now available online. The collection consist of oral history interviews that was done by the the Forced Migration Studies Programme at Wits University on the Xen   
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30 November 2010
SAHA, in conjunction with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), is launching its multimedia product on 9 December, with an accompanying exhibition at the Ramparts at Constitution Hill.    
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25 November 2010
The global initiative of 16 Days of Activism: No Violence Toward Women has been taken on by the South African government, which has extended the campaign to support children who are victims of physical and sexual abuse.    
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16 November 2010
On 16 November, 1860, 342 indentured Indian labourers landed at Addington Beach in Durban. Their arrival heralded the establishment of one of South Africa's most dynamic communities.    
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12 November 2010
A coalition of NGOs for transitional justice (including SAHA) have developed pro-forma letters that may be used by persons wishing to lodge an objection to a proposed presidential pardon.   
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27 October 2010
World Day for Audiovisual Heritage has been commemorated at SAHA with an updated audit report of audiovisual material related to the liberation struggle.    
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13 October 2010
The South African History Archive stands in solidarity with mineworkers in South Africa, and worldwide, in their long-standing struggle for improved occupational health and safety standards.    
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10 October 2010
The World Day against the Death Penalty, held on 10 October each year, was introduced in 2003 by the World Coalition against the Death Penalty, an international network comprised of NGOs, bar associations, local governments and unions.    
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29 September 2010
Using struggle posters largely drawn from the SAHA Poster Collection to demonstrate the artistic, political and organisational value of the South African poster movement, chapters from the SAHA publication 'Red on Black' are now available online.   
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24 September 2010
Heritage Day is commemorated on 24 September as a cultural celebration and reminder of South Africa's rich history.    
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21 September 2010
On International Day of Peace, or World Peace Day, hundreds of organisations worldwide join the UN in calling for an end to armed conflict and violence.    
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15 September 2010
On International Day of Democracy, SAHA assesses how, in its short life, South African democracy has been challenged, and how important it is to remember a time when social equality could not be taken for granted.    
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10 September 2010
Have you heard from Johannesburg is a seven-part documentary series produced and directed by two-time Academy Award® nominee Connie Field, screened by SABC on Sunday at 9pm through September and October 2010.    
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08 September 2010
International Literacy Day celebrates the global drive towards eradicating illiteracy, empowering people with the tools to acquire confidence, knowledge and dignity.    
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23 August 2010
John Vorster Square was officially opened on 23 August 1968, during the height of racial segregation and political oppression in apartheid South Africa.   
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18 July 2010
In November 2009, the United Nations General Assembly designated 18 July, Nelson Mandela's birthday, as Mandela Day. This pays tribute to the man and his vision, and also serves as a platform for globally promoting social justice.   
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05 July 2010
The secret Tuynhuys meeting between Nelson Mandela and P.W. Botha on 5 July 1989 set the course for a five year process of negotiations that would end apartheid and bring peace and democracy to South Africa.    
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26 June 2010
Fifty five years ago, the Congress of the People met at Kliptown to sign the Freedom Charter, which served as the precursor to South Africa's current Bill of Rights.   
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25 June 2010
The Ditsong National Museum of Military History is hosting an exhibition on the End Conscription Campaign (ECC) between 6 June and 30 August, 2010, including a number of evocative ECC struggle posters stored in SAHA's poster collection.    
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20 June 2010
World Refugee Day was established in late 2000 as a way of drawing attention to the ever-growing global plight of displaced persons. The theme for 2010 is 'home' - in sympathy with the millions worldwide forced to leave their homes behind.    
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16 June 2010
Youth Day is held each year as a reminder of the Soweto Uprising, which involved the mass uprising of Soweto's high school students against Bantu Education and the injustices of apartheid.   
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12 June 2010
The World Day against Child Labour was adopted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in 2002 as a way of drawing attention to international efforts aimed at ending child labour.   
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11 June 2010
For South Africans, soccer has retained a positive legacy in promoting a platform for voicing views against racism in sport.    
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05 June 2010
June 5 was designated World Environment Day in 1972, as a way of deepening consciousness of environmental concerns on a global level.    
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01 June 2010
International Children's Day recognises the significant role of children in society, and highlights the need for caregivers to provide them with protection, education and empowerment.    
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31 May 2010
On the centenary of the Union of South Africa, the South African History Archive reflects on the significance of this historical event on the evolution of contemporary South Africa.    
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16 May 2010
The South African History Archive remembers veteran South African human rights activist and patron of the Black Sash, Sheena Duncan, who passed away peacefully in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday the 4th of May, 2010.    
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15 May 2010
International Conscientious Objectors' Day focuses on the global struggles of COs against conscription and state militarism.   
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12 May 2010
A new form of hate crime emerged in May 2008 when xenophobic attacks broke out throughout the country, creating an unprecedented refugee crisis.    
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27 April 2010
As we celebrate this year's Freedom Day, SAHA looks at a darker side of South African heritage: fifty years since the Group Areas Act No. 41 of 1950 was passed.   
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27 April 2010
This year's Freedom Day marks sixteen years since the birth of a new South African democracy.    
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19 April 2010
SAHA is developing a DVD of case studies aimed as demonstrating how different organisations and communities have used PAIA to assert or their human rights   
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15 April 2010
On the anniversary of its first human rights violations hearings at the East London City Hall in 1996, SAHA reflects on the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).    
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21 March 2010
The online exhibition developed by the Nelson Mandela Foundation and SAHA in 2008 has moved to SAHA's domain to enable further expansion    
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15 March 2010
SAHA commemorates the life and work of anti-apartheid icon, Fatima Meer.   
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08 March 2010
On International Women's Day, SAHA celebrates one century since the first proposal was made to create a special day for women.    
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11 February 2010
SAHA commemorates the legacy of District Six on the anniversary of the apartheid government's decision to declare it a whites-only area under the Group Areas Act of 1950.    
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11 February 2010
SAHA salutes Nelson Mandela on the twentieth anniversary of his release from prison.    
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02 February 2010
SAHA reflects on how the unbanning of political parties and partial lifting of State of Emergency Regulations signaled a positive shift towards a new South African democracy.   
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18 December 2009
Commemorating the 2009 International Migrants Day, SAHA reconciles South Africa's own past with current issues of migrancy, refugeeism and xenophobia.    
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01 December 2009
'I am responsible, we are responsible, South Africa is taking responsibility'   
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01 December 2009
To mark World Aids Day 2009, SAHA has added a substantial new collection, donated by Jack Lewis and Zackie Achmat, to its holdings.   
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30 November 2009
SAHA has produced an exciting new range of primary source materials on South African history from 1976 - 1994 for use in the classroom.   
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30 November 2009
SAHA has recently added the Sunday Times Heritage Project (STHP) collection to its holdings.   
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25 November 2009
People Opposing Women Abuse (POWA) is partnering with the South African Post Offices to run an innovative and informative awareness campaign for postal workers for 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children   
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28 October 2009
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the launch of the ECC, SAHA has put together a virtual exhibition using a range of archival materials, primarily posters and photographs, to provide an overview of the ECC's history.   
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17 October 2009
On Sunday 25 October 2009, a seminar to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the End Conscription Campaign , entitled 'Remembering the Apartheid war and how it shaped our lives' will be held in Johannesburg.   
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12 October 2009
On October 10, SAHA and GDE hosted a workshop for secondary history educators at Constitution Hill, to pilot new educational resources on using primary sources in the classroom.    
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02 October 2009
Part of commemorating the ECC has involved acknowledging the ongoing struggle of today's young Conscientious Objectors - including the Shministim, who recently spoke at Wits University.    
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15 September 2009
15 September saw international celebrations for the International Day of Democracy   
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13 September 2009
The Nkosi Albert Luthuli Young Historians’ Oral History Competition for secondary learners is once again underway across the country.    
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07 September 2009
Long-anticipated launch of the '"Forgotten" Voices in the Present' book and documentary.   
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02 September 2009
Commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the 'Purple March.'   
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23 July 2009
Tuesday 21 July 2009 saw the inaugural PAIA Network meeting for the gender-based violence sector.    
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29 May 2009
The girls spent the day interviewing and working with the employees, who explained to them what SAHA is about and how the organisation works.    
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20 April 2009
FOIPs Project Manager, Charlotte Young, has returned from a three week International Field trip to India where she met with individuals, local, national and international organizations, activists, information commissioners...   
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21 January 2009
During his first day as President of the United States of America President Obama has demonstrated to the rest of the world the need to commit to greater openness and accountability.   
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17 August 2008
SAHA's Freedom of Information Programme (FOIP) recently provided a short workshop on PAIA to over 40 Community-based organisations in the Environmental Sector. The workshop was offered as part of the FOIP Capacity Building Project.    
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23 June 2008
Launched on 23 June 2008 at Number 4, Constitution Hill, this exhibition profiles a new interactive DVD about John Vorster Square, the most notorious police station in apartheid South Africa which was opened forty years ago in August 1968.   
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14 May 2008
To mark South African Freedom Day, the South African Embassy to the Democratic Republic of Congo held the first trade fair ever organized between the two countries in Kinshasha, under the slogan: Together, a better tomorrow   
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23 April 2008
Held in conjunction with the Johannesburg premiere of Philip Millers Rewind: A Cantata for Voice, Tape and Testimony, this exhibition profiles a new interactive DVD about John Vorster Square, the most notorious police station in apartheid South Africa.   
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23 April 2008
Funding has been approved by the Ford Foundation for SAHA's pilot project entitled FOIP Capacity Building Project. This pilot project will run from 1 April 2008 - 30 September 2009.   
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12 March 2008
SAHA goes to court on 13 March 2008 in relation to its application for access under PAIA to Military Intelligence records in the possession of the Ministry of Defence and the unlawful transfer of these requested records to Zimbabwe.   
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09 February 2008
This year, FOIP will move in a new direction towards more outreach work through the commencement of a PAIA pilot project in the community based sector.   
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