On Friday 19 July 2019, Health-e published an article titled “TAC Protected the Man who Sexually Harassed Me”. A version of the article was also republished in the Daily Maverick.
On Friday 19 July 2019, Health-e published an article titled “TAC Protected the Man who Sexually Harassed Me” (A version of the article was also republished in the Daily Maverick). At the time of publication there was immense pressure on the TAC to make a public statement even though a number of consultations were taking place.
TAC takes sexual harassment and allegations of sexual harassment extremely seriously. The organisation has a long tradition of campaigning and speaking out against gender-based violence and sexual violence in particular, both internally and externally.
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.
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.