JOHANNESBURG, 17th MAY 2017: The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) is outraged and distressed by the violent killings of Karabo Mokoena, Nonki Smous, Tambai Lerato Moloi, Popi Qwabe, Bongeka Phungula, Mananki Annah Boys, Jeannette Cindi, Sthembile Mdluli, Mavis Mabala, Priska Schalk, Nicola Pienaar, Akhona Njokana, Thapelo Ramorotong, Meisie Molefe, Stasha Arendse, Iyapha Yamile, and many other women and young girls who have been killed in recent weeks. A report released this week from Stats SA echoes this alarming trend of abuse in our society – stating that one in five women...Read more
DURBAN, 15th MAY 2017: KwaZulu-Natal’s healthcare services are in a state of emergency with shocking details shared by health workers in the province. Reports reflect a collapsing health system which is in many cases no longer delivering adequate healthcare to the most vulnerable.
Hospitals are experiencing shortages of lifesaving medicines and equipment, and suffering with departments that are entirely depleted of staff.
SECTION27 has received reports that Inkosi Albert Luthuli and Addington Hospitals are no longer able to effectively treat cancer...
It is with deep regret that we at the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and SECTION27 have learned of the passing of Professor Mark Wainberg. As TAC we extend our deepest condolences to Professor Wainberg’s family, friends and colleagues – both in Canada and across the world.
Professor Wainberg played an important part in our struggle for HIV treatment in South Africa. He provided an affidavit in the landmark prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV case (also known as the TAC case). In 2002 this case concluded with the Constitutional Court...
The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) engages in monitoring, advocacy and access to quality comprehensive prevention, treatment, care and support services to live a healthy life.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION MANAGER
Main Purpose of the Job:
The purpose of this position is to provide monitoring and evaluation information to fulfil the requirements of the TAC programmes and donors.
To provide up-to-date and accurate information on the reach, impact and reflections of TAC programme. This involves a review of...
- We call on all concerned people to join today’s protests in Johannesburg and Cape Town
- Join at 10am at Church Square, Pretoria and 11am at Parliament, Cape Town
PRETORIA, 31st MARCH 2017: The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) is deeply troubled by the President’s decision to remove five Ministers and three deputy Ministers from the Cabinet including Pravin Gordhan as Minister of Finance of South Africa and his deputy, Mcebisi Jonas. We consider this decision to be grossly irresponsible and a dereliction of the President’s moral...