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Ritshidze

South Africa has 7.7 million people living with HIV (PLHIV), more than any other country, as well as one of the world’s highest HIV prevalence

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Gender Inequality

Women in South Africa continue to face disturbing levels of oppression, violence and injustice. While the Constitution guarantees equality and freedom for all regardless of

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#BopheloHouse94

The #BopheloHouse94 are community healthcare workers (CHWs) from across the Free State. They were arrested in June 2014 at a peaceful night vigil at Bophelo

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TB infection control

TB remains the leading reported cause of death in South Africa with over 33 063 deaths in 2015 according to Stats SA. Based on the latest

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Planned Patient Transport

Adequate patient transport systems are essential to initiating and retaining people on treatment. The current failure of the planned patient transport system impacts disproportionally on

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Clinic Committees

In South Africa, governance structures in the form of clinic committees and hospital boards are intended to ensure community participation in the healthcare system at

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Covid-19

Over the past few months, the world has been plagued by the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of cases have been confirmed, with hundreds of thousands having

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TAC welcomes the 2019 Health Budget vote

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) welcomes the budget vote tabled by Minister Zweli Mkhize in Parliament today, outlining his department’s priorities. In it, the Minister tables a budget for R51,46 Billion, which we believe is sadly not enough to address all the healthcare challenges at the moment.

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TAC Statement on the announcement of new cabinet

The Treatment Action Campaign welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of the cabinet yesterday (29 May 2019). The President instated Dr Zweli Mkhize to the health portfolio in place of Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, who served in the portfolio for ten years.

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