The archival team applies preservation measures to the SAHA banner collection.
A new SAHA exhibit on South African visual resistance opens today for the start of the Federation of Human Rights Organisation (FIDH) World Congress
In remembrance of the Marikana massacre, SAHA reflects on our requests to the South African Police Services in this year and others.
Following on from successful local government elections in 2016 SAHA reminisces on some of the compliant decisions it received this year
SAHA reflects on the women's collections in their archive. Featuring some of the women who have contributed to some of our collections.
Four women led the Women's March that fateful day in 1956, but it was Ngoyi who stood out as a natural leader, a fearless fighter for the rights of the oppressed.
The 9th of August every year marks the anniversary of a seminal turning point in the history of political resistance in South Africa. On this day in 1956, South African women rose up as one to protest the planned extension of pass laws to black women.
To commemorate Women's Day, SAHA hosted a workshop based on SAHA's publication and exhibition, Women Hold Up Half the Sky on August 6.
We are undeterred and have renewed our efforts to get municipal managers in the room for our final training session in September.
To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Women’s March, SAHA would like to invite social sciences and history educators to participate in a workshop on using SAHA’s exhibition kit “Women hold up half the sky” in the classroom.