Individual articles

Vol 22 # 1 :

Janet Matota – Rural revolutionary

Margie Orford – Crime writer with a mission

Women – the losers of the 2009 elections

Children’s contributions to the Child Care and Protection Bill

Wife beating still acceptable in some communities in Namibia

Women in Iran fight discriminatory laws

Fighting the draconian Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda

Gina Figueira – Looking through a macro lens

Taluso ka za mutu Kabukuswani

Roswitha Mushova-Ndumba A woman of courage

Who makes the news?

Promoting women’s access to the media in Namibia

Polygamy, promiscuity and progressive leadership

Still I rise – By Maya Angelou

Community action

Home Page – Transistions at Sister Namibia



Vol 22 # 2 :

First female Himba Chief Changing traditions trapped by party politics

Scorpion Zinc Mine celebrates International Women’s Day

Women have their say

Take your chances and work hard

Menopause confused with HIV & Aids

Dealing with menopause – Go with the flow

Celebrating 20 years of progress towards gender equality

Tears of Courage – Five Mothers, Five Stories, One victory

The Five ordinary but extraordinary women

Consent is sexy!

Ondjokonona – Dr Helene Ndume

Poem – Liberated

Vive le difference… sort of

The Young Feminist Movement

Menstruation and me

Community action

Home Page – Sister Namibia in Ongediva


Vol 22 # 3 :

Challenging attitudes, changing lives

Sexism in the Media

Are you a feminist, Minister Kazenambo?

What to do and know if you are raped

Who is unemployed?

Jane Katjavivi and her “Undisciplined Heart”

“The sound of the engine gives me joy”

Fertility and Abundance

Ombara Ongazendu Ondenga

A Search for Truth

Poem – Manhood

Lunch with Lotta

Gently accustoming children to school life

Today the issue is…

Home Page – At the Summit with my Baby


Vol 22 # 4 :

Two women, two generations, one vision

Young and old learning from each other

The power of talking

Women need women

Passing on the Treasure Chest

Doubly disadvantaged, doubly courageous

My Internship at Sister Namibia

Sexual Rights Campaign – Why sex work should not be a crime : Sex workers in Kenya

I pay tribute to you



Stimulating Trade between Africa and the U.S.A – The African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program

What every woman should know about cervical cancer

A Search for Truth

Awards for Sister Namibia

Today the issue is… STILL violence against women and children

Building the feminist movement in Namibia