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A PUBLIC LECTURE AT UCT: FIX THE LAW, SAVE OUR LIVES

A public lecture by Catherine Tomlinson, Senior Researcher for the Treatment Action Campaign and Mara Kardas-Nelson, Access and Innovation Officer…

Invitation to attend activist meeting prior to the launch of the 3rd TB Conference of South Africa

Dear Partner The Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27, Oxfam and MSF will be hosting a meeting prior to the launch of…

Don’t Let Your Governments Trade Away Our Lives

An Open Letter to the Citizens of Europe  from Nonkosi Khumalo, Chairperson of the Treatment Action Campaign, South Africa "We…

TAC will have to close in January 2012 – Unless the Global Fund meets its contractual agreement

The TAC is an award winning South African social movement campaigning to save the lives of people living with HIV…

High Court rules in favour of the Medicines Control Council

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled in favour of the Medicines Control Council (MCC) and others in…

TAC Briefing on adult and adolescent Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC)

  Recommendations   The evidence that voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) reduces the risk of HIV infection in heterosexual men…

Antiretrovirals and prevention of sexual transmission of HIV – A TAC Briefing

A TAC Briefing   Exciting new evidence has demonstrated the potential of antiretroviral medicines (ARVs) to prevent HIV from being sexually…

Zero New Infections, Zero Discrimination, Zero AIDS Related Deaths – TAC and Partners write Letter to EU Embassies

In negotiations for the final declaration of the UN High Level meeting on the Zero Draft, the European Union is…

LETTER TO PARTNERS ON XPERT MTB/RIF AND TMC207

On 12 November 2010, TAC and partners jointly sent open letters to Cepheid and Tibotec calling for affordable and expanded access…

A tribute to Comrade Barbara Hogan

Barbara Hogan, our comrade, is retiring from government ending a very important chapter in SA history. When Barbara was appointed…

4th BEMF meeting: Understanding the IST reports

The Budget and Expenditure Monitoring Forum (BEMF) held its fourth meeting on 12 November 2010. It brought together over 30…

Money from mutilation: The Tara KLamp Story

Money from mutilation: The Tara KLamp Story1 Part one: Introducing the Tara KLamp Part two: The dubious people selling the…

Zille should look closer to home

  (Reprinted for fair use) From: http://www.mg.co.za/article/2010-10-08-zille-should-look-closer-to-home MAIL & GUARDIAN REPORTER | JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – Oct 08 2010 16:09 Western…

A Week into the Public Sector Strike: TAC and SECTION27 Statement

We Demand Political Leadership & Engagement from the Highest Level of Government – Meet Union Demands for Decent Salaries and…

Correspondence between TAC and the KZN government about unsafe circumcision device

Here we publish correspondence between the TAC and the Kwazulu-Natal (KZN) Government about an unsafe circumcision device called the Tara…