Equal Treatment

Equal Treatment, or just ET, is TAC's high-quality magazine dedicated to covering health and HIV matters. It is produced five times a year and currently translated into isiXhosa, isiZulu and Setsonga. To receive a hard copy of ET, Click Here and we can send you a copy at no charge. We do request though that if you are from a medical institution, professional organization or from overseas, that you please make a donation to the TAC in exchange for recieving the magazine. Donations can be made here. If you are interested in ordering large quantities of the magazine for your workplace or union etc, Click Here. We encourage reproduction and distribution of ET, as well as modification of articles for educational purposes. However, some articles or images are copyrighted by other people or institutions. We indicate clearly which these are for each issue. Please acknowledge sources and please do not copy or modify non-TAC copyrighted material without getting appropriate permission.

Title Cover Issue Number Publication Date Notes Location
Pain in the public sector 46 2014-01 ET 46 Web.pdf, ET46 Xhosa Web.pdf, ET46 Zulu Web.pdf, ET46 Tsonga Web.pdf
It is Getting Easier 45 2013-04 ET 45 English, ET 45 Xhosa, ET 45 Zulu, ET 45 Xitsonga
HIV and Babies 44 2012-11 ET 44 English, ET 44 Xhosa, ET 44 Xitsonga, ET 44 Zulu
HIV and TB in the Future 43 2012-08 ET 43 English.pdf, ET 43 IsiXhosa.pdf, ET 43 IsiZulu.pdf, ET 43 Xitsonga Web.pdf, HIV pamphlet web.pdf, Pregnancy web.pdf, TB web.pdf
Learn About HIV 42 2012-05 Equal Treatment May 2012 (issue 42) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. ET42English.pdf, ET42Tsonga.pdf, ET42Xhosa.pdf, ET42Zulu.pdf
Fix the Laws - Save Our Lives! 41 2011-12 Equal Treatment October 2011 (issue 40) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. Issue 41 English, IsiXhosa, IsiZulu, Tsonga
TB Can Be Cured! 40 2011-10 Equal Treatment October 2011 (issue 40) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. Issue 40 English, IsiXhosa, IsiZulu, Tsonga
Who Does the Caring? 39 2011-08 Equal Treatment August 2011 (issue 39) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. Issue 39 English, IsiXhosa, IsiZulu, Tsonga
Drug Resistance 38 2011-06 Equal Treatment June 2011 (issue 38) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. ET38English.pdf, ET38Tsonga.pdf, ET38Xhosa.pdf, ET38Zulu.pdf
Bridge The Divide 37 2011-04 Equal Treatment April 2011 (issue 37) may be reproduced without permission except for photographs / cartoons that are credited to other institutions. All sources must be appropriately acknowledged. For permission to reproduce copyrighted material not belonging to TAC, please contact the credited source. This issue was sponsored by the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Oxfam Australia. ET37English.pdf, ET37IsiXhosa.pdf, ET37IsiZulu.pdf, ET37Tsonga.pdf

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