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Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture edited by Roxane Gay
The author whose memoir Hunger chronicles her own painful experiences with sexual assault, is joined by contributors such as Ally Sheedy and Gabrielle Union to address issues of violence against women, gaslighting, being shamed and victim-blamed and exploring the prevalent rape pandemic within the refugee crisis.
In a world where the Weinsteins of the world have gotten away with sexual harassment for too long, Not That Bad is a book that should be on everyone’s must-read lists.
The book is available from the 1st May from HarperCollins publishers.
You Have the Right to Remain Fat by Virgie Tovar
In You have the Right to Remain Fat, Virgie tackles fatphobia and talks about unlearning everything that taught her to hate her body.
A must-read for all the awesome fat girls but also for those people in your life who really needs to hear some hard truths about their problematic and shame-y behaviour.
Published on the 14th August 2018 by The Feminist Press
It’s Only Blood: Shattering the Taboo of Menstruation by Anna Dahlqvist, Alice Olsson
The subject of periods has been one that’s been that’s always been somewhat of a forbidden topic. We’ve certainly made strides over the last few years when it comes to frank discussions about menstruation but many people still view it as a dirty bodily function and topic best not talked about at all.
Anna Dahlqvist’s It’s Only Blood takes a look at how and women around the world are dismantling the taboos and shame around menstruation and delves into why this is such a key factor in the fight for women’s rights.
Definitely an important book to read.
Published on the 15th May by Zed Books
Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality by Sarah McBride
Sarah McBride, the current National Press Secretary at the Human Rights Campaign, has a story to share that’s universal and relatable to anyone who has ever struggled with their gender identity and finding the freedom to express themselves for who they are, and not who the world wants them to be.
In her memoir, she chronicles her journey of coming out and tackles topics like access to healthcare, bathroom access and what it means to be openly transgender in a world that constantly targets and harasses the transgender community.
Published on March 6th 2018 by Crown Archetype
When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Asha Bandele
I was having an interesting discussion with a friend who told me that one of her neighbours has always thought that Nelson Mandela was a terrorist.
It immediately got us thinking about how many people find it easier to defend a systematic structure of racism than it is to consider the humanity of those who are fighting against a wholly oppressive system.
I mean better the oppressive system then the freedom fighter, eh?
In her memoir, Patrisse Kahn-Cullors, one of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement asks the readers to remember why the marginalised protest, to acknowledge the vulnerability and threat on their lives and to listen and understand that the fight is one for survival and a place beside everyone else, not one that’s rooted in the very rules of the foundation that stripped them of their freedoms in the first place.
SALARY : R142 461 per annum, Level 05
CENTRE : Finance Management Division, Chief Directorate Financial Control Services, Directorate Financial Control Services, Loss Administration Section, Pretoria. 9
REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: Grade 12 certificate with Finance related subjects. Proven qualification in Computer skill, Word Processing, (Ms Word) and Spread sheet (Excel) and Power point. Prior experience or successful completion of formal course(s) relevant to the job content of this post would serve as a strong recommendation. Basic knowledge of the processes and procedure that are followed in the administration of losses in the Public Service would serve as a strong recommendation. Ability to correctly interpret and effectively apply financial policy and related prescripts. Basic knowledge of Financial Policy and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Ability to understand and correctly interpret loss reports and audit answer submitted by clients. Skills: Well developed verbal and written communication skills with the ability to compile effective, basic reports and statistics. Ability to effectively function as part of a large team, to effectively communicate with clients from various Arms of Services, different Divisions, bases and units and able and willing to deliver dedicated and friendly client service, Persevering task finalisation with good interpersonal relationship and able and willing to operate in a shared work environment (office) with other officials of equal or more senior rank. Able and willing to initiate self-development by means of inpost training and attendance of formal courses. Being in the possession of valid driver’s license. Team-worker, trustworthy, reliable and receptive to work related suggestion and ideas. Effective reasoning ability. Added advantage: Post Matric qualification in Finance and/or a minimum of one year relevant. Degree or Diploma in finance. Completed internship program in this environment.
DUTIES : Assist the Chief Accounting Clerk and Senior State Accountant in ensuring all administrative tasks is executed and finalises by the target dates. Maintaining the internal Registry and ensuring that all incoming and outgoing correspondence, documents and files are effectively registered, routed and filed. Checking and evaluating of loss reports, the rejection of invalid reports and referral thereof to the sections concerned. Correct allocation of files reference numbers and the opening and up-keeping of separate files for each loss report case as well as the updating of the Excel database. Manage an effective pending system and continuously report to CAC on the specific target dates. Regular compiling and submitting of all files and documentation in a neat, numerical and efficient manner.
ENQUIRIES : Ms P Deane, Tel no: (012) 392 2672
APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Privet Bag X137, Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. Note: Please use reference number not post number.
job duties: Capture Invoices and Bills Bank recons Wages/ Attendance register / Paye/UIF / EMP submissions Handle telephone and email queries and orders Skills and Qualifications Bilingual English & Afrikaans Competent in Excel and Word Quick books an advantage Knowledge of Social media an advantage Salary R6000 per month. To Apply send CV to email@example.com with "Admin Clerk" in the subject line.