For more information on COVID-19 and how to prevent infection, visit sacoronavirus.co.za.

Feminism Is

South Africans speak their truth

Jen Thorpe

ISBN:

9780795708275

Epub ISBN:

9780795708282

Publisher:

Kwela

Date Released:

February 2018

Price (incl. VAT):

R 280.00

Format:

Soft cover, 320pp


About this book:

Do you call yourself a feminist? What does this mean in your daily life? In this book, South African feminists explore their often vastly different experiences and perspectives in accessible and engaging voices. Feminism Is touches on issues as wide-ranging as motherhood, anger, sex, race, inclusions and exclusions, the noisy protest and the quiet struggle. It will challenge your thinking and inspire you to action, reaffirming the urgent necessity of feminism in South Africa today.

 

 

 

RELATED BOOKS

Tobacco Wars

Johann van Loggerenberg

Reflecting Rogue

Pumla Gqola

A Time Traveller's Guide to South Africa in 2030

Frans Cronje

Gangster

Carla van der Spuy

Democracy and Delusion

Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh

Dirty Tobacco

Telita Snyckers

Brutal School Ties

Sam Cowen

Hijackers on Board

Cynthia Stimpel

Mothers of the Nation

Lihle Ngcobozi

Kinders wat moor

André le Roux

Female Fear Factory

Pumla Gqola

Gaan Suid-Afrika oukei wees?

Jan-Jan Joubert

The President's Keepers

Jacques Pauw

Wit Wolf

Stefaans Coetzee, Alita Steenkamp

For the Love of the Land

Ivor Price, Kobus Louwrens

It's Not About the Bats

Adam Cruise

Hartstories van ons land se boere

Ivor Price, Kobus Louwrens

Paper Tiger

Alide Dasnois, Chris Whitfield

The New Apartheid

Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh

Betrayal

Jonathan Ancer

We Can Fix Ourselves

Mosibudi Mangena

Is It Me or Is It Getting Hot in Here?

Tom Eaton

Die De Zalze-moorde

Julian Jansen

Tell Me Your Story

Ruda Landman

Making Africa Work

Greg Mills, Jeffrey Herbst, Olusegun Obasanjo, Dickie Davis

Firepool

Hedley Twidle

It's Not Inside It's On Top

Khanya Mtshali

Death, Detention and Disappearance

David Smuts

War Party

Greg Ardé

Our Long Walk to Economic Freedom

Johan Fourie

The Lie of 1652

Patric Mellet

Nation on the Couch

Wahbie Long

Balance of Power

Qaanitah Hunter

Bloedbande

Wilhelm Verwoerd

Poacher

Kimon de Greef, Shuhood Abader

Bloed, dunner as water

Charné Kemp

Bait

Janine Lazarus

Gang Town

Don Pinnock

Wit issie 'n colour nie

Nathan Trantraal

The Rise or Fall of South Africa

Frans Cronje

They Called Me Queer

Kim Windvogel, Kelly-Eve Koopman

Will South Africa be okay?

Jan-Jan Joubert

Verwoerd: My Journey through Family Betrayals

Wilhelm Verwoerd

Liefde agter tralies

Carla van der Spuy

The De Zalze Murders

Julian Jansen

Femicide in South Africa

Nechama Brodie

Ramaphosa's Turn

Ralph Mathekga

Living While Feminist

Jen Thorpe

Can we be safe?

Ziyanda Stuurman

The ANC’s Last Decade

Ralph Mathekga