Individual Articles

Vol 10 # 1 :

The Price of Freedom – a woman’s story about exile

Women in War Zones

Consumer Column – Why should we read?

SKIN catches music lovers in her web / Angelique Kidjo

National Gender Policy – A prescriptive document or an enabling one?

Momentum – A story of a survivor of child sexual abuse

Traditional medicine and fertility regulation not strangers to each other

Womentalk – Birth Control

Social welfare policy: Hand-outs or empowerment?

A Moment in Time…Glimpses of Namibian Life

Ondando yEmanguluko Ehokololo lyomukiintu kombinga yuupongekwa

Aakiintu miitopolwa yiita

Olweendo lweimoniko lwomulumentu omugundjuka

Tradisionele medisyne en vrugbaarheidsbeheer is nie vreemdelinge nie

Womentalk – Die Aborsie

Vir wat moet ons lees?

News Clippings

Vol 10 # 2 :

AIDS – Can Cunene learn from Kavango and Caprivi?

Po-tree is Life!

Womentalk – First sexual experiences: good or bad, nice or sad?

Farming women from Shikoro and Mayana assess new crops

Meme Martha revives the custom of female leaders

Domestic Matters…

Impactus 4 A family affair

New programme in schools tackles child abuse

Water – People Get Control Over Scarce Commodity

What can we learn from Khorixas’ water crisis?

Songs of my people

Geen mark vir vroue – kondoom in Namibia

Wat kan ons leer uit Khorixas se waterkrisis?

Water – mense kry beheer oor ‘n skaars verbruikersartikel

Oprograma ompe moosikola okukondjitha elongo aanona mepuko

Meme Martha ota yumudha omikalo dhaawiliki aakiintu

Iinima yomegumbo…

Vakurukadi womondandango zaShikoro naMayana tava konakona nombuto donompe

Short Story – “A woman with a gendered agenda”

News Clippings

Vol 10 # 3 :

Hella Kuppe goes for gold

Remembering Cassinga

Empowerment is a personal choice

Time to stop talking the talk and start walking the talk

Sisters are doing it for themselves – Girl Child Programme Kicks Into Action

A special gift for Namibian girls – Sara on video, radio and in cartoons

Emma confronts HIV and public prejudice

Consumer Tips – Electricity – use less power and see your savings grow

Rundu women show business flair

Affirmative action – Who exactly is benefiting?

Music – Ani DiFranco


Pitsala – Friends everyone would like to have

Ministry of Health hosts social responsibilitly conference

Womentalk – A Career in health

Susters doen dit vir hulleself – Die meisieprogram begin

Hella Kuppe mik na goud

Womentalk – Loopbane in gesondheid

Okukala una uuthemba oshinima shopaumwene

Edhimbuluko lyaCassinga

Omagano gowina kaakadhona aaNamibia -S ara movideo, oradio nomathano giiluli

Vagolikadi womoRundu kuna kulikida unankondo wongesefa

News Clippings

Vol 10 # 4 :

Fathers’ Rights and Responsibilities – Child Maintenance Campaign puts the lights on

Birth registration: the ‘first’ right

Children escape to place of safety in Rehoboth

Breast Cancer

Pelvic inflammatory disease threatens reproductive health

Standing up for those who cannot stand up for themselves

And now for the football results…

My favourite book: Dance with a poor man’s daughter

Book Review – Namibia under South African Rule

Talking Eating Disorders…

‘Let’s go North East’

Day of the African Child in Rehoboth

Trials and tribulations of women’s network in Okahandja

Medical aid – necessity or luxury?

Ongiini tatu tsu omukumo aalongwa yetu aakiintu ya kuthe ombinga mootundi?

Paife iizemo yetanga lyokoompandi…

Okunyolitha evalo: uuthemba ‘wotango’

Ha lu yeñi mutulo upa

Kook met sonstrale sonstoof bespaar geld en beskerm omgewing

Kinders ontsnap na ‘n plek van veiligheid in Rehoboth

Vaders se regte en verantwoordelikhede – Kinderonderhoud Veldtog plaas soeklig daarop

News Clippings

Vol 10 # 5 & 6 :

The Queen of Diamonds speaks

‘AIDS is a disease, not a sin’

Zap Mama’s dearest wish came true

White ribbon campaign: Men Start Doing Their Share

A vicious cycle of abuse: Two survivors of abuse tell their stories

Ma /Hao fights for women’s rights in Khorixas

Chemicals in our food: we can avoid them if we know about them

Goodbye to grey…

1999 New Year’s around the corner!

Tango in Amsterdam

Men talk about the previous cover of Sister Magazine

Global Innovations – a young Namibian business for the new millennium

Klein Aub casts its net at tourists

Superwoman sells super furniture

Accusing finger – What happened that destroyed Jean and Winnie’s relationship?

Papsmere gee ‘n vroeë waarskuwing van servikskanker

Vrouegeselsies – Daardie gevreesde besoek aan die ginekoloog

Klein Aub sprei net vir toeriste oop


‘AIDS osho omukithi, kashi shi ondjo’

Superwoman Ota Landitha Iipundi

News Clippings

Building the feminist movement in Namibia