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Call for Global Day of Action

TAC calls for a global day of action on Thursday 24 August 2006 End 1000 new HIV infections and 800 deaths daily in South Africa Build a global united front for HIV prevention and treatment

TAC Electronic Newsletter

 Contents

  • Long waiting list for antiretroviral treatment at Mahatma Gandhi Hospital in Durban

TAC Electronic Newsletter

 Contents

  • 15 June 2006: Report on TAC youth march for prevention in Eastern Cape

Why prisoners with AIDS must be treated

An edited version of this article appeared in the Argus on 29 June 2006 under the heading: ARV ruling for prison spotlights access to health for all

TAC Electronic Newsletter

 Contents

  • Massive youth march for HIV prevention in the Eastern Cape today

Jonathan Berger Responds to the Minister of Health's spokesperson's racist nonsense about TAC in the Mail & Guardian.

 Jonathan Berger is a researcher in and head of the Aids Law Project's Law and Treatment Access Unit

Sibani, thanks for your insightful analysis of the TAC.

A is for Arrogant, B is for Brazen

Jonathan Berger is a researcher in and head of the Aids Law Project's Law and Treatment Access Unit

I have found Jacob Zuma's defence in his rape trial quite disturbing because, if true, it raises difficult questions regarding sexuality and HIV prevention.

TAC Comments on Anthony Butler Article in Business Day

Anthony Butler wrote the article below in Business Day on 27 February 2006. It raised some interesting points. In particular, TAC is also concerned about a lull in the media on HIV in recent months.

However Butler makes a few points which need to be corrected and some which require further comment:

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