Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2004. 439 pp., num. tables and graphs
Contents: Janis Grobbelaar: Foreword – Maxi Schoeman: Volume introduction: Where are the women and how are they today?
An overview of the SADC region – Isabell Welpe: Introduction to economy within SADC – Ingrid Verwey: Discrimination and oppression
that hamper entrepreneurial performance of women construction entrepreneurs – Amanda Du Preez: Is the subject of science and
new technologies still sexed and gendered? – Matthias Spörrle/Isabell Welpe: Gender and entrepreneurship in South Africa -
an exploratory empirical investigation – Britta Thege: Introduction to gender mainstreaming and organisations – Julie Stewart:
Mainstreaming women and gender concerns: a missing link? – Karin Van Marle: A tentative response to gender mainstreaming inspired
by some feminist reflections – Sheila Meintjes: The implications of institutionalising gender mainstreaming: Will it mainstream
or sidestream gender issues? – Ingelore Welpe/Shirley Henderson/Britta Thege/Rina Wilken: An analysis of the gender dynamics
in some faculties of the University of Pretoria – Ingelore Welpe/Shirley Henderson/Britta Thege/Rina Wilken: Phenomenon, place
and perpetrator. An investigative study into sexual harassment at the University of Pretoria – Shirley Henderson: Introduction
to health within SADC – Marjorie Jobson: The intersections of gender, HIV/AIDS and human rights – Michael Whisson: Aids in
Africa - the mystification of a disease – Isak Niehaus: «Now everyone is doing it»: Conceptualising transformations of sexual
violence in the South African Lowveld – Catherine F. Botha: Genetic technologies and gender: Why should the SADC care? – Ingelore
Welpe: Volume conclusion: The Gender Perspective - the driving force for innovations and socio-economic development.