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Man with TB maningitis needs to find his family

When we received reports of a man staying in a dirty shack, and his grant money was being used to finance a spaza shop while he gets nothing, we decided to go and investigate the matter. When we got to the scene we found him sleeping under a pile of blankets during the day in [...]

Barcelona Branch LGBTI consultation

Treatment Action Campaign; Barcelona Branch held a LGBTI Consultation on the 8th of September 2011 and in attendance at this consultation were representatives from the TAC  CHA, LGBTI Sector Members (Daveyton/Barcelona Branch),BEC Members, Ekurhuleni Metro Social Worker, GP Social Worker, NGO’s from Soweto & Nelson Mandela foundation. The purpose of this consultation was to engage [...]

How to wear a male condom, Oscar Mabela demonstrate

On 14 December 2009, I uploaded a video on You Tube about wearing a male condom. Less than two years later, I was amazed by the views on that video, so far the video has been viewed over 11 700 times. This is wonedrful for a video uploaded from a rural district of Mopani in [...]

Infracstructure is there, but no clinic.

I’m impressed about what TAC UMgungundlovu together with the leadership from Umshwathi and Trust feed have achieved on the 15 September 2011, when they brought all the necessary services to the community of Trust feed. Trust feed is a rural area under Umshwathi Municipality where there’s no clinic neither Social Development facilities but they managed [...]

Final judgement on 7 October for Zoliswa’s case

The Zoliswa Nkonyana Murder Trial Set To Conclude After Five Years: Closing arguments were  heard by magistrate from the State Prosecutor and the defense attorneys last week Friday 9 September 2011.  The court was full to capacity and there was strict monetering by the police on who accessed the court room number 7 at the Khayelitsha Magistrate [...]


Gender based violence (GBV) is about violation of human rights, and it is becoming a serious issue in our environment. It affect both female and male. Since Willowfontein is semi-rural so many people still believe in cultural things, so human right is something new to them. When we were doing GBV training we found that [...]

A ticking time

A ticking time bomb, a child headed household that needs help with a physically challenged boy of 11 years. 

August bulletin

Child headed household- A ticking time bombA ticking time bomb

July-August bulletins

July Bulletin 2011

A women’s training ended with 42 000 condoms distributed, TAC Mopani organised

On Friday 26 August 2011, Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) Mopani Community Health Advocacy department organised a public campaign where branch representatives from all TAC branches in Limpopo were invited. This was a closing activity of the four day training for women in TAC Limpopo which was held from 22 to 25 August 2011. The campaign [...]

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