Individual Articles

Vol 6 # 2 :

“The best thing is to have two diaries”

Womentalk – Parliamentarians

A Sister in Arms

Invisible Love

PLAN vegter vertel haar storie

“Granny’s Mind”


South Africa: A new era for women too?

Women Disability and Rehabilitation

Getting married is not the end of it

Kinders grootmaak is nie perdekoop nie

As Liefde Seer Maak

Move Your Body!

Oku Tekula Oilema

OmuPrima Ministeli omutivali womukainhu muAfrica a fya


Vol 6 # 3 :

Girl child: Before you are a mother be a woman

Womentalk – Teenage Girls

Mimie Geingos is a vibrant young woman from Khomasdal.

Three Wise (Wo)men

Huwelikswet gaan verander

Kavango youth get smart about AIDS

Omawi gaakiintu tagapopi onkalamwenyo yawo nomukithi gwoAIDS

Ovanyasha vo Kukavango va ndugepala shinasha noAIDS

Diversity makes us strong

“In My Name”

Voices of women living with AIDS

Women in prison have no programs

“The two secret dreamers”

News Clippings

“African Women”

Vol 6 # 4 :

Pornography: the debate in Namibia

Changes in marriage law bring greater equality

Teenage Pregnancy, Sex for Money, and Saying NO

Maak plek vir klein sakevroue


Elunduluko loveta yohombo la eta efiko lopamwe

Right Exposure for Media Training Project

Women in literature make their mark

Face to Face with Beijing conference

Privaat Sektor Stigting neem voortou

Aakiintu Miilonga Yomanyanyangidho va e tapo sha

Health and Development Update

Vroue party skop stof op


News Clippings


Vol 6 # 5 & 6 :

Beauty Competitions: friend or foe?

Face(d) with a price

Womentalk – Miss Universe

“A Christmas Tale”

The Essay on Class I Always Wanted to Write

End of marital power drawing nearer

Learn about your rights

Women’s participation in elections: Can they vote as a united force?

A New Initiation Song

Sister turned 5 Years Old

Vaginale Sproei…Alweer die gejeuk

Die essay oor klas wat ek altyd wou skryf

Ontseyo Kombinga Yuuthemba Waakiintu

Okunywa kwopokati komagulu…kwa tameka ishewe

Cultural similarities, Cultural constraints

Something’s wrong with women’s volley ball

Paid maternity leave on the table

Optional Discrimination: Sex and subject choices in Namibian schools

News Clippings

Building the feminist movement in Namibia