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Speak March 1988

Speak, published by Speak Collective, is a publication focussing on issues of interest mainly to women.

Operation big ears!
Olive Schreiner and the women's vote
No-one can stop us: Namibian women speak out about their struggles, hopes and dreams
New maternity deal at Autoplastics
New maternity benefits at Henkel

Women workers at Henkel at Prospecton will be paid as much as 78 percent of their wages during maternity leave as a result of a new agreement negotiated by the Chemical Workers Industrial Union.

Negotiations around maternity benefits - where to now?
National Women's Day: women call for organisation and unity
Looking for the Women's League? Leave a message...
Letter from Kader Asmal to Zanele Mbeki

Letter from Kader Asmal to Zanele Mbeki apologising for not being able to attend the seminar on women's rights and providing points he would like raised there.

Lenatex worker told to go down on her knees and beg factory manager
Lebitla la mosadi ke bogadi
Knock Knock Knock: we're still in union at the door and we're not going away until...

On August 9,1956 20 000 women marched to the offices of the Prime Minister

Isithebe workers sexuallly humiliated
Huge step towards proper child care

A huge step forward has been made towards providing proper child care for workers' children.

For African Women Equal Rights are Not Enough
Equal wages for women!

The struggle to end discrimination against women recently took another step forward in the Transvaal.

Child care centres needed

The unions started looking at the issue of child care after being alarmed by the rate at which infant deaths are running.


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