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documents for southern Africa
History of Namibia
- Guerilla Movements' influence on the growth of the new Social Movements in the Periphery: a study of the SWAPO women
- Rukee E. Tjingaete in Namnet Digest, 28 February, 1995. A study of the role of women in the liberation war carried out by SWAPO in Namibia. Includes a bibliography.
- Fascists step up campaign.
- From The Namibian, 3-7 April, 1995. A neo-nazi group seeks to influence the Namibian-German Foundation.
- Women remain "less than equal"
- By Lucienne Fild, in The Namibian, 5 April, 1995.
- Excerpts from the Namibian Worker
- From Timothy Dauth. November, 1995, and January, 1996.
- Review of Siegfried Groth's Namibia - the Wall of Silence: the Dark Days of the Liberation Struggle
- By Timothy Dauth. 23 April, 1996.
- Namibian Worker news
- Tim Dauth comments on vol. 1, issue 12.
- Namibian journalists express concern at intolerance by the government
- Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA). 13 May, 1997.
- Irradiated Namibian Uranium Miners Demand Compensation
- By Greg Dropkin, Mail and Guardian, 31 July, 1997. Working conditions in British-owned mine.