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.
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.
We take a look at some of the key submissions made to Parliament on the issue of regulating the funding of political parties.
The SAHA virtual exhibition focused on the poster collection goes live
We take a look at the outcome of PAIA requests to various Departments of Education, for information regarding the implementation of the Primary Schools’ Feeding Scheme.
Adulthood can become full of jaded expectations that the status quo is the only possible future but the youth of South Africa has galvanized change over fifty years and continue to do so today.
A variety of posters were collected during the anti- Zuma marches to be added to the ever growing SAHA poster collection.
In commemorating Africa Day on 25 May, it serves as an opportunity not only to celebrate the essence of being African but also to reflect on the genesis of this day.
We take a closer look at a PAIA request to the office of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) for information about advertising spaces purchased by government and, more importantly, at why you should care to know more about that too.
A week ago on April 27, South Africans from all walks of life celebrated Freedom Day which commemorates our first democratic elections that were held in 1994. It also serves as a reminder of our country’s relatively peaceful transition from the violence