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Articles from Sister Namibia (October 1, 2018)

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/GUIS KHAMI I [double dagger]HANU TAMASE TAREK-HOESIB !GAO RA !GAWA/IHE XU-IA /KHAI //AEGU/KHUNUBA //GAUS !NA. Katiti, Elsarien A. 1055
A GLIMPSE: Stories women tell. 2364
A SPIDER WEB NAMED CHARM: Beaula is, as her name suggests, a beautiful woman. Yet, in her own words, "I threw away the best years of my life." On what or on whom, and why? Her story is one she hopes will open the eyes of other young women. 1207
A tribute to my mother: When my mother passed away, her illness had reduced her to less than a shadow of who she has been throughout most of her life. I still cannot reconcile the two images of the same person. I want to have the prevailing memory of her as a small woman, a little (ok, quite a bit) bossy, knife-sharp wit, a pragmatic home-maker and good provider and deeply rooted in the community in which she spent most of her life. Essay 1058
CHAIRPERSON'S NOTE. Mogotsi, Immaculate Column 394
GBV: WE NEED TO START ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS TO THE RIGHT PEOPLE - TOGETHER! NAMIBIA DOES NOT NEED ANOTHER TALK SHOP ON THE CAUSES OF GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE (GBV). THE CAUSES HAVE BEEN WELL ESTABLISHED AND TALKING ABOUT THEM SOME MORE DOES NOT MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE TO PREVENTING GBV OR TO EFFECTIVELY RESPONDING TO IT. ACTION IS LONG OVERDUE. AND IT BEGINS BY ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS TO THE RIGHT PEOPLE. 856
HELLO. de Voss, Vida Editorial 412
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN. Katiti, Elsarien A. 555
LEADING LADIES: Nangula Shejavali and Claudette Nahum have brought Namibia a treasure of wisdom and inspiration with their book, 'Follow Her Lead: Inspiring Lessons from Namibian Women at the Leading Edge'. de Voss, Vida 856
LETTER TO MY DAUGHTER. de Voss, Vida 740
MY NAMIBIAN WOMANHOOD: In 2005 Natasha Tibinyane was featured as a Sister Namibia cover story. Then, as now, she shares her journey as a Namibian feminist. While she may be well-known in some circles as an angry feminist, the backstory of her life sheds light on who she has become. Tibinyane, Natasha H. 1650
NO HALF MEASURES: THE STORY OF HAVING BEEN A NUN: YOU NEED NOT BE IN THERESIA NEPOLO'S COMPANY FOR LONG TO REALISE YOU ARE IN THE PRESENCE OF SOMEONE EXCEPTIONAL. YOU SOON REALISE YOUR SENSE OF THERESIA BEING FORMIDABLE IS INFORMED BY YOU RECOGNISING THE RARITY OF WHOLE-HEARTED COMMITMENT. THIS CLAIM MAY SEEM IRONIC BUT IT IS NONETHELESS TRUE ONCE YOU KNOW THE FULL STORY. SISTER NAMIBIA SPOKE TO THIS ENGLISH LECTURER WHO USED TO BE A NUN. de Voss, Vida 1187
orgasm is a right; LADIES, ARE YOU ONLY DOING "IT" FOR YOUR MAN? THEN IT'S TIME YOU GET LIBERATED. SEXUAL PLEASURE SHOULD NOT BE A ONE-SIDED AFFAIR. Katiti, Elsarien A Essay 858
REVIEW OF 2018. 574
The armies passing our windows: STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE MAY BE MORE DIFFICULT TO RECOGNISE, YET IT IS AS PERVASIVE - IF NOT MORE - THAN THE BEHAVIOURAL VIOLENCE WE WITNESS OR READ ABOUT IN THE PAPERS. IS IT NOT TIME NAMIBIANS BECOME MORE CRITICAL IN ORDER TO QUESTION THE PRESENCE OF THIS MONSTER IN OUR MIDST? Sasman, Laura Essay 790
THE BACKBONE OF CITY ECONOMY--FEMALE STREET VENDORS: WHEN DRIVING AROUND WINDHOEK, ONE VERY LIKELY WILL PASS ANY NUMBER OF WOMEN SITTING ON STREET CORNERS AND VENDING THEIR PRODUCTS TO PASSERS-BY AT LARGE, TO OFFICE AND CONSTRUCTION WORKERS, TO SCHOOLCHILDREN AND/OR TO STREET WORKERS. THE WARES ON OFFER VARY FROM FRUIT AND VEGGIES, VETKOEK, SWEETS AND CHIPS, KAPANA AND WORS, COOKED FOOD, AIRTIME VOUCHERS AND SUCH. Sasman, Laura 747
THE LAC'S RADIO SHOW: ON COMMUNAL LAND AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: The following article is a transcription of a radio show hosted by the Legal Assistance Centre (LAC) about access to communal land. They start off by presenting a comic about the Communal Land Reform Act. 624
TO KNOW THESE THINGS: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A FATHER AND SON CAN BE COMPLICATED, BUT WHEN IT IS CHARACTERISED BY VIOLENCE THE LARGER FAMILY MAY WANT TO RECONSIDER REMAINING UNINVOLVED AS THE CHILD MAY NOT HAVE THE MEANS TO ASK FOR HELP, EVEN IF HELP IS DESPERATELY NEEDED. Leandro 1268
UNDERSTANDING THE COLOUR OF YOUR PHLEGM. Middleton, Tracy Brief article 311
WE WANT ACTION: The Institute for Public Policy Research recently released their latest Democracy Report, titled, "Landscaping Gender-Based Violence in Namibia". In this piece, Sister Namibia has extracted the recommended improvements and amendments to the legal system, which advocates fighting GBV should seek action on. Alweendo, Ndapwa; Andreas, Rakkel; Rafla-Yuan, Deanna 643
WHO WE ARE. Brief article 210
WOMEN AND LAND ISSUES: The second national land conference was supposed to provide a clear path forward on land-related matters, but viewed from a gender perspective much still remains to be done to ensure women have equal access, ownership and control of the land. L., Angus Conference notes 724

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