Since 2003 TAC Khayelitsha members have been actively involved in campaigns against violence, particularly violence against women, children, gays and lesbians.
On 16 December 2005, a TAC member 18 year old Nandipha Makeke, was raped and murdered. On the same day another member, Mandla Nkunkuma, was attacked and shot. Mandla Nkunkuma identified his attacker as Yanga Janet who was later arrested for the rape and murder of Nandipha Makeke.
TAC's statement on the death of Dr Ivan Toms, Head of Health in the City of Cape Town.
We celebrate the End of Denial – Time for a Genuine Partnership against HIV and AIDS!
Mobilise all of South Africa behind implementation of the NSP!
Campaign for dignity, equality, health and life!
On 12 to 14 March 2008, the court action initiated by TAC and the South African Medical Association (SAMA) against Matthias Rath and the Government of South Africa will be heard in the Cape High Court. This court case is critical for the rule of law as it relates to the Medicines Act.
The trial of the alleged rapists and murderers of TAC member Nandipha Makeke continued in the Khayelitsha Magistrates Court on 5 March.
A submission has been made to the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) on the health situation of refugees, asylum seekers and undocumented persons.
TAC's Khayelitsha district has published its first district newsletter.
Six UCT medical students have conducted a research project with TAC. Together with TAC members, they surveyed patients at two health facilities in Cape Town on their perceptions and knowledge of TB and HIV service integration.