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Friday, 3 March 2006 - 00:00

 "The evidence shows that as a matter of deliberate policy the applicant [TAC] has not received money from drug companies either directly or indirectly and it has implemented mechanisms to preclude any such eventuality." (p. 14)

 

 "The evidence shows that as a matter of deliberate policy the applicant [TAC] has not received money from drug companies either directly or indirectly and it has implemented mechanisms to preclude any such eventuality." (p. 14)

 

"The TAC has strenuously campaigned and litigated against pharmaceutical companies with substantial...

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Thursday, 2 March 2006 - 00:00

 

  • ALERT: Judgment in the case between TAC and Matthias Rath will be handed down in the Cape High Court on Friday 3 March 2006 at 11:30am

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  • International Sex Workers Rights Day - 3 March 2006

 

International Sex Workers Rights Day - 3 March 2006

 

TAC and SWEAT support decriminalisation of sex-work

(Two statements, one by SWEAT, one by TAC)

Statement by SWEAT

 

  • ALERT: Judgment in the case between TAC and Matthias Rath will be handed down in the Cape High Court on Friday 3...
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Tuesday, 28 February 2006 - 00:00

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:

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...

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Monday, 27 February 2006 - 00:00

Yesterday, City Press published views indicative of AIDS denialism by President Thabo Mbeki. We reprint the City Press article for fair use below.

Tragically, President Mbeki continues to belittle HIV/AIDS related deaths to justify his personal denialism.  He undermines government and ANC policy but he lacks the courage to do so openly as an AIDS denialist. 

Yesterday, City Press published views indicative of AIDS denialism by President Thabo Mbeki. We reprint the City Press article for fair use below.

Tragically, President Mbeki continues to belittle HIV/AIDS related...

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Thursday, 23 February 2006 - 00:00

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  • TAC comment on Matthias Rath's withdrawal from defamation court cases
    • TAC calls on ANC and government to support Kader Asmal and demand Rath's withdrawal of litigation against Asmal.
  • Pamphlet that TAC is circulating in Site C, Khayelitsha calling on people not to vote for an AIDS denialist candidate

Interesting web links:

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  • TAC comment on Matthias Rath's withdrawal from defamation court cases
    • TAC calls on ANC and government to support Kader Asmal and demand Rath's withdrawal of...
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