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
SAHA is offering a selection of 20 high quality posters for limited reproduction.
SAHA recently had an opportunity to meet the founder of Indigo Trust, which generously funded our Requestee Tool, at an intimate gathering in the Mother City.
SAHA held a fundraising auction on Friday, 21 April 2017 at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg where the focus of the evening were struggle posters depicting the spirit of defiance and resistance in the struggle against apartheid.
Archiving Kathrada
29 March 2017
Archives are the sites of memory of our societies. Remember and learn more about Ahmed Kathrada with us.
On 28 March 2017, Ahmed Kathrada the apartheid activist and Rivonia Trialist passed away. SAHA commemorates his life and the role he played in South Africa.
SAHA's Freedom of Information Programme Coordinator reports back from the conference
Right to Humanity
27 March 2017
On Sunday SAHA commemorated Human Rights Day by participating in the 'We the People' Walk at Constitution Hill. We thought deeply about equality, dignity and how we continue to fight for each others basic human rights today.