Thembokhwezi Branch Workshop

On the 13th of June 2009 the Thembokhwezi Branch held a workshop which gave an overview of TAC and education on TB. The attendance was impressive and the workshop a success. This is what participants had to say. On the 13th of June 2009 the Thembokhwezi Branch held a workshop which gave an overview of […]

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Loss to the country, Saddened by the death of Dr Steve Andrews

Dr. Steve Andrews was a friend and doctor to many of TAC’s members and he will be greatly missed. Dr. Steve Andrews was a doctor committed to treatment for HIV and to providing excellent patient care. He was engaged in a number of HIV/AIDS organizations in South Africa and an ally in TAC’s campaign to […]

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LUSIKISIKI GIRL ABDUCTED IN KWA NCELE

The custom of ukuthwalwa is being abused in some remote areas of Lusikisiki. Once a custom of arranged marriages, ukuthwalwa has become a violent practise where young girls are being forced to marry older, widowed men may be HIV positive or have other sexually transmitted infections.  The custom of ukuthwalwa is being abused in some […]

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Invitation to Attend the Thembi’s Memorial Service

Date:    Friday, 12th June, 2008 Time:   14:30pm until 17:00 pm Where: Zanokhanyo Training Centre, No 1 Corner of Fumane and Qamela Street, Harare Khayelitsha Details:  We would like to extend to you and your organisation to a Personal Invitation to attend Thembi’s Day Memorial Service to be held at the Zukhanyo Training Centre. If you […]

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Ekurhuleni’s PLWHA Support Group Candle Lighting ceremony

  Ekurhuleni PLWHA Support Group Candle Light Ceremony 15 May 2009 The Ekurhuleni PLWHA Support groups held a candle light service on the 15th May 2009 at J. Dumane clinic’s community hall, in Vosloorus. Community groups of all ages participated in what was decidedly more than a candlelight ceremony in remembrance of all people who […]

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Rev. Paul Mokgethi-Heath on HIV and religion

Yes, I am married to another man and he is also a pastor and I know we can talk about culture and religion and debate scriptures. I can talk about it if you have time. I know that God has called me to be a minister and God has loves me and that is why […]

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Campaigning for better Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women

On 07 May 2009, TAC Ekurhuleni hosted a consultative meeting on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) for 22 men and women from the North, East and South regions of the district. The meeting was facilitated by Nomfundo “Nono’ Eland who is the national coordinator for the Women’s Rights Campaign in TAC. This was to discuss issues […]

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TAC and FOTAC UK endorse statement by Sonke Gender Justice Network condemning comments made by Julius Malema

  The Treatment Action Campaign and Friends of TAC (FOTAC) UK strongly endorse the following statement released yesterday by Sonke Gender Justice Network condemning recent offensive, sexist comments made by ANC Youth League President Julius Malema: Sonke Gender Justice Network Strongly Condemns Comments Made by Julius Malema, ANC Youth League Leader: Cape Town/Johannesburg, 28 January […]

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KHAYELITSHA CHA’S HOSTED AN AWARENESS TO SOCIAL GRANTS

KHAYELITSHA CHA’S HOSTED AN AWARENESS TO SOCIAL GRANTS On 18 October 2008, Community Health Advocacy (CHA) hosted awareness to Social Grants in Site.B Khayelitsha, where they explained to people how to get an access to Social Grants from the Department of Social Services and they were assisted by Michael Hamnca who is responsible for Social […]

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