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Articles from Sister Namibia (June 1, 2005)

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Akina Mama wa Afrika: Akina Mama wa Afrika is an international development organisation for African women, based in the UK with an Africa regional office in Kampala, Uganda. 500
An extract from The Stone Virgins. Vera, Yvonne Excerpt 748
Beijing minus 7 plus 3: Everjoice Win outlines the struggle by women worldwide to keep the Beijing Platform for Action alive. Win, Everjoice 1040
Children's Status Bill delayed by controversy. 518
Christi Warner: 'n lewe gewy aan die kunste. deur Marietjie Naude, Vertaal 1657
Christi Warner: a life committed to the arts. Mwondela, Chilombo Cover Story 1395
Coalition of African Lesbians. Brief Article 240
Dear subscribers. Frank, Liz 322
Desert Textures ... five seasons. Brief Article 126
Free at last. Seloane, Martha 856
Graca calls for tradition review: former South African first lady Graca Machel has called on women in southern Africa to tackle traditional practices that may contribute to the spread of HIV/AIDS. 397
Living with schizophrenia takes courage. Gebhardt, Erica 796
NAPPA: evolving with the youth. 597
New gender and ICT policy website helps women. Brief Article 207
On powerful women. Letter to the Editor 152
One person, one marriage! 742
Only 20 women elected in Zimbabwe. Brief Article 191
Painting as an expression of freedom: Doreen Kaulinge had her first exhibition of abstract art at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre Cafe during April, showing paintings in acrylic on cardboard, paper and canvas. Kaulinge, Doreen Brief Article 134
Reflections on my time at Sister.... Rosenberg, Britt 563
Saudi clerics rule against forced marriage: Saudi clerics took an unprecedented stand Tuesday against forcing women into marriage, saying that fathers who try to force their daughters to marry should be jailed until they change their minds. Brief Article 169
Testimony of a member of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA): I left Bulawayo after voting to go to Harare to pray for peace and for the elections not to be stolen. Nobody forced me to travel but my empty stomach forced me to join other WOZA women. 877
The Stone Virgins. Book Review 283
Uitani: the country's coolest children's radio programme is launched on KCR 106.2 FM. Tibinyane, Natasha 465
We survived! Women's voices in Barbara Becker's book Speaking out: "there is no place where we can go and talk about all this ... So we leave it and we keep bad things inside us, but it is not good. Better speak out, especially when I can talk to a woman like you. Then I can talk.". von Wietersheim, Erika 691
Windows of hope for our children; I was enthusiastic about the "Window of Hope" programme from the start but very soon I asked myself: if we want to form behaviour, what kind of behavior DO we want to form? And in which way will it be different from before? von Wietersheim, Erika 741
Women arrested and abused at prayer vigil in Zimbabwe. 378
Women's Solidarity Namibia launched. Mwondela, Chilombo Brief Article 224
Workshops needed in the North. Letter to the Editor 184
Young women learn to lead. Konghola, Monika Reprint 724
Yvonne Vera. Frank, Liz Obituary 243

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