At its National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting today, the TAC discussed the African National Congress leadership election and its implications for HIV prevention, treatment and care in South Africa. TAC leaders expressed their personal preferences. However, the discussion focused on matters of principle rather than personality and took place in a free and open climate.
TAC Deputy-Chairperson Nkhensani Mavasa's speech at the opening plenary of UNGASS today
Westville prisoners take Department of Correctional Services to court for right to treatment
Important Constitutional Court case to be heard on right to privacy of people with HIV on 9 May 2006
TAC statement on verdict in Jacob Zuma trial
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.
(1 of 2 Newsletters for 16 February 2006)