Doyal and Hoffman discuss women’s health in South Africa in the context of continuing poverty and gender inequality.
In this article Morar gives an historical overview of religion and the position of women. He argues that people have a right to follow their own individual conscience, and that women must unite and lead the struggle for their own liberation, actively supported by the Church.
Monareng argues that reproductive health must include both men and women if these rights are going to be significantly achieved in our society.
In this article Van der Westhuizen gives a brief overview of women’s struggles in South Africa and argues that this struggle is far from over.
Dale T. McKinley*argues that the debate around South African foreign policy towards Zimbabwe has ignored the class interests of South African capital that are driving state policy.
A national workshop in 2006 looked at the position of farm dwellers in South Africa and put forward demands for an alternative framework for land reform.