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Thursday, 15 June 2006 - 00:00

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

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

    • TAC 16 June (Youth Day) events

    • TB & HIV meeting in Cape Town (19-21 June)

    • Release of Documents showing collusion between some government officials, including MRC Head Anthony Mbewu, and Matthias Rath

    Massive Youth March for HIV Prevention

     

    10,000 people, mostly youths, will march today for HIV prevention in King...

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Thursday, 15 June 2006 - 00:00

 EC Mkhangeli Matomela

Eastern Cape Department of Education
Old Municipal Building, Van Riebeeck Str 
Maclear 
Zone 6, Zwelitsha
Tel: 040 608 4202/3
Fax: 040 608 4247

 EC Mkhangeli Matomela

Eastern Cape Department of Education
Old Municipal Building, Van Riebeeck Str 
Maclear 
Zone 6, Zwelitsha
Tel: 040 608 4202/3
Fax: 040 608 4247

Minister Pandor, MEC Matomela, implement reality and evidence-informed HIV prevention Policies and approaches to save lives.

As a parent I feel it is important that we...

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Thursday, 15 June 2006 - 00:00

10,000 people, mostly youths, will march for HIV prevention in King Williams Town on 15 June. They will be demanding comprehensive life-skills education and condoms in schools. 

Photo courtesy of The Argus

Date: 15 June, 2006
Time: 10am to 12pm
Meeting point: Zone 1 Taxi Rank, Zwelitsha

Memo to be handed over to Eastern Cape MEC...

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Thursday, 1 June 2006 - 00:00

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  • TAC Deputy-Chairperson Nkhensani Mavasa's speech at the opening plenary of UNGASS today

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    • TAC Deputy-Chairperson Nkhensani Mavasa's speech at the opening plenary of UNGASS today

    • TAC memorandum handed over to UN, African Union and SA Government in Pretoria on 30 May

    • Westville prisoners' court case continues

    • TAC AGM resolutions on former Deputy-President Jacob Zuma's trial and the successor of President Mbeki

     

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Tuesday, 30 May 2006 - 00:00

 Nkhensani Mavasa, TAC's deputy-chairperson, tells her story to Sylvia Jacobs, a TAC trainee journalist                                                     

My name is Nkhensani Mavasa from a village in Limpopo Province, South Africa.

 Nkhensani Mavasa, TAC's deputy-chairperson, tells her story to Sylvia Jacobs, a TAC trainee journalist

My name is Nkhensani Mavasa from a village in Limpopo Province, South Africa. I was born in 1978. I am HIV-positive and open about my status. I was tested on 7...

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