The Treatment Action Campaign

 
How many of these iconic protest posters can you recognise?
How many of these iconic protest posters can you recognise?
Ten people, three banners, one folding table and just a handful of petitions — the fight to save the lives of millions of HIV-positive people...
Code red: Why provinces are forced to outsource ambulance services
Code red: Why provinces are forced to outsource ambulance services
Just 1971 state ambulance vehicles are on the road nationally, a Bhekisisa survey reveals.
SIU report a ploy to 'embarrass Gauteng ANC' — Hlongwa
SIU report a ploy to 'embarrass Gauteng ANC' — Hlongwa
Former Gauteng Health MEC Brian Hlongwa says a report by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU), linking him to corruption amounting to...
TAC community healthcare workers arrested in Free State
TAC community healthcare workers arrested in Free State
Over 100 community healthcare members of HIV lobby group Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) were arrested during the early hours of Thursday morning...
Health department recalls ANC centenary condoms
Health department recalls ANC centenary condoms
The Free State health department is recalling over a million condoms delivered for the ANC's centenary celebrations, over concerns they may be...
Global Aids fund faces financial crisis
Global Aids fund faces financial crisis
The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria is in financial crisis, HIV groups warned on Monday.
State's 'bad administration' could force TAC to close its doors
State's 'bad administration' could force TAC to close its doors
Aids lobby group, the Treatment Action Campaign, faces possible closure in January because of a lack of funds, the organisation said on Wednesday....
T-shirts, T-cells and triumphs
T-shirts, T-cells and triumphs
It brings a tear to the eye, seeing a white-haired Nelson Mandela sitting closely alongside Zackie Achmat and commending him for his decision not...
NHI: What the pundits think
NHI: What the pundits think
Reaction to the release of the government's green paper on National Health Insurance on Friday was marked by support in principle tempered with...
Local success story sets example for treatment
Local success story sets example for treatment
The successes of South Africa's first public-sector antiretroviral (ARV) programme shows governments what can be achieved ahead of the United...
SA marks Aids treatment milestone
SA marks Aids treatment milestone
Aids patients and government officials on Friday celebrated the 10th anniversary of a pioneering program that brought Aids drugs to impoverished...
TAC, church face-off over healing claims
TAC, church face-off over healing claims
The Christ Embassy Church -- recently banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) from airing its claims of faith healing -- will be...

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