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Articles from Sister Namibia (May 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
Agenda homosexuality. Book review 120
Are men reading Sister Namibia? Letter to the editor 169
Broken bodies--broken dreams. 414
Caring for others helps me take care of myself: Louisa works as a non-professional community worker for Medicos do Mundo Portugal in Mozambique. She has worked in its home-based care programme for two years. She told her story to Ruth Ansah Ayisi. Ayisi, Ruth Ansah Interview 1189
Challenging cultural practices that expose women to HIV and Aids. IKhaxas, Elizabeth 1241
Dear readers. 274
Documenting the Indian women's movement through its posters. 736
Dr Maria Fisch: a life for the Kavango. Kanzler, Michaela Biography 1175
Guide to Namibian Politics, 2d ed. Hopwood, Graham Book review 195
Imagine a woman ... Reilly, Patricia Lynn Excerpt 282
Juggling Truths. Book review 155
Landmark judgement for women's property rights in Zambia. 457
Letter to president Hifikepunye Pohamba. 1580
Listen to the people on the Children's Status Bill. Frank, Liz 496
Naomi Kisting: ons kan die aangesig van die wereld verander! 1854
Naomi Kisting: we can change the face of the world! For Naomi Kisting, the church and her community have always been her refuge and source of spiritual sustenance. But far from being a passive member, she herself is a catalyst for critical self-reflection, empowerment and returning to the basic values of the Christian faith--love, dignity, respect and altruism. Tibinyane, Natasha 1619
Omulumenhu omuNamibia omunashisho: moule weemwedi dinini da ka pita, oikundaneki ynNamibia oya li yi hadi eelopota tadi popi kombinga yoiningwanima yomahepeko ngaashi ekwatonghonga, omahepeko omomaumbo, oo unene haa ningwa kovalumenhu. 258
Ota i komesho a ka fike kuvakwao. 1348
Proud of Sister Namibia magazine. Letter to the editor 252
Reaching out to the youth through Ombetja Yehinga. 605
Sanitary pads for women in Zimbabwe: undeterred by the hefty duty imposed on a consignment of sanitary pads donated to Zimbabwean women hit by rocketing prices, the country's labour federation plans to import them regularly. 254
South African women make big gains in local elections: South African women have made history in the just ended local government elections, with representation up from 29 percent in 2000 to 40 percent in the 1 March polls. Okello, Rosemary 1230
The Screaming of the Innocent: Unity Dow is Botswana's first female High Court Judge, and has been prominent as a human rights activist. She is also the author of three published novels. Shana Whitney introduces two of them here. Book review 287
Theron scoops top gay award: Charlize Theron has been hailed an inspiration for gay and lesbian people in America, scooping a top award in Los Angeles. Brief article 179
Tunakie Uushona--Queen of Otyaka: as a child she sang and danced to the songs of legendary Owambo folk singers, such as Nanghili Nasheema. In April 2006, Tunakie Uushona will launch her debut album, Ombwila, based on the sounds of her childhood. Tibinyane, Natasha 473
We need to talk about suicide: according to the Namibia Crime Bulletin, five people--one woman and four men--took their lives by suicide over the weekend of 18/19 January 2006. They died by either shooting or hanging themselves. The eldest suicide victim was 93 years old, the youngest 17. von Wietersheim, Erika 1452
Who makes the news? Mirror on the Southern African findings of the Global Media Monitoring Project 2005. Morna, Colleen Lowe 609
Women's call for peace. 515
Women's Solidarity Namibia is launched! 350

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