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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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Sunday, 28 May 2006 - 00:00

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  • Joint statement by the Alliance for Children's Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS) and the TAC on the death of four babies at Cecilia Makiwane Hospital

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    • Joint statement by the Alliance for Children's Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS) and the TAC on the death of four babies at Cecilia Makiwane Hospital

    • Reminder: March for Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care: 30 May 2006

     

    Also:

    • The latest issue of TAC's magazine, Equal Treatment (Issue 20,...

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Wednesday, 24 May 2006 - 00:00

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  • TAC statement on the death of Nozipho Bhengu
    • News24 article from 2005: AIDS patient backs Manto
    • Health-e article from 2005: Nutrition Nurse, Tine van der Maas
    • ANC Today from 2001: MP highlights the issue of HIV/AIDS in the family
  • Also see: 
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Wednesday, 24 May 2006 - 00:00

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  • March to UN offices and Union buildings in Pretoria on Tuesday 30 May 2006.
    • HIV: Demand Truth and leadership to save lives!
    • Be Counted! Help stop 1500 new HIV infections and 900 AIDS deaths everyday!

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      • March to UN offices and Union buildings in Pretoria on Tuesday 30 May 2006.
        • HIV: Demand Truth and leadership to save lives!
        • Be Counted! Help stop 1500 new HIV infections and 900 AIDS deaths everyday!
          AIDS is still a crisis!
        • Call for countrywide access to HIV Prevention, ARV...
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Saturday, 20 May 2006 - 00:00

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

Perhaps a touch naive, perhaps the eternal optimist, but I was surprised to read The Weekender's hero-rated/zero-rated column of April 29-30.

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

Perhaps a touch naive, perhaps the eternal optimist, but I was surprised to read The Weekender's hero-rated/zero-rated column of April 29-30.

Disturbingly, it heaped praise on Jack Shevel, former CEO of one of three hospital...

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