Maria van Driel* discusses women’s participation at Khanya and argues that mass struggles are needed to bring about major shifts in the consciousness of women (and men)
Anele Mdzikwa* reviews an inspiring movie and real life story about women organising themselves to achieve environmental justice in the Niger Delta, Using their nakedness.
Maria van Driel* argues that the struggle for equity within society and for environmental and social justice is interlinked.
Marcia Moyana* reports on the women’s activity held during the NGO Fair.
Marcia Moyane* reports on the Marginalised women’s network for resistance.
Mathapelo Skosana* reports on the Forum for the Empowerment of Women.
Anna Davies-van Es* discusses the need for feminist political education to build feminist movements of the working class against the dual challenges of capitalism and patriarchy.
Maria van Driel argues that government’s neoliberal approach to social grants has seen an increase in poverty, with women suffering the most, in spite of increases in government spending on the grants in the past few years
This article is based on an interview by Maria van Driel with Wendy Pekeur about her organisation, and the challenges facing farm-workers