|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.