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Thursday, 3 April 2008 - 18:37

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.

Since 2003 TAC Khayelitsha members have been actively involved in campaigns against violence, particularly violence against women, children,...

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Thursday, 3 April 2008 - 11:51

 

Access to Information (Anne                                                                         Access 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Case No: 215991/04, Transvaal High Court (2004)                             
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1st Applicant: Treatment Action Campaign (TAC)
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Thursday, 27 March 2008 - 23:25

Click here to learn about PEP

Here is a list provided by the South African Police Services of facilities that provide free post-exposure prophylaxis for sexual assault and rape survivors:

Click here to learn about PEP

Here is a list provided by the South African Police Services of facilities that provide free post-exposure prophylaxis for sexual assault and rape survivors:

 

ANNEXURE A/ AANHANGSEL A
PUBLIC HEALTH ESTABLISHMENTS...
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Thursday, 27 March 2008 - 00:33

TAC's statement on the death of Dr Ivan Toms, Head of Health in the City of Cape Town.

People's Doctor, Apartheid War Resistor, Gay Activist, Public Health Official and Friend of People with AIDS

25 March 2008

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) mourns the premature and sudden death of Dr. Ivan Toms, the head of City Health in the Cape Town Metro. Ivan was known to many TAC leaders since the early 1980s. We remember Ivan as a friend, comrade, gay activist and public health official. 

Ivan Toms was a...

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Wednesday, 26 March 2008 - 16:19

In earlier chapters of this article I have argued that a Framework Convention on Global Health (FCGH) must be located in a human rights framework, and that the impetus for it needs to come first and foremost from communities and people that are being denied health care. I also argued that a push for the prioritization of health in national politics would be assisted if there was an international framework that set out global standards and national duties in relation to health. However, these two assertions beg the question as to whether there are successful examples of campaigns for better...

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