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Monday, 14 June 2010 - 15:25

We call on you to join our march. AIDS is not over. Be seen. Be heard by the world while they are watching the World Cup played in our country.

The future of the region and the health of the continent hangs in the balance. Ke nako!

Attached find details of the march as well as the press conference to be held on Tuesday, June 15th.

TAC, COSATU and MSF PRESS CONFERENCE

TAC, MSF and COSATU would like to invite all media to attend the press conference on our universal access to HIV treatment campaign. During the press conference...

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Wednesday, 9 June 2010 - 16:29

AIDS Organisations have reiterated their concerns relating to blockages to condom access and health promotion with only days left before the World Cup starts.

'We wish for the success of the World Cup. But we also wish for an HIV free generation and that FIFA would join hands with local AIDS organisations to exploit the opportunity that the World Cup presents to greatly strengthen and deepen our response to HIV/AIDS. It is not yet too late. But it soon will be.'

HIV/AIDS organisations who are members of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) welcomed the...

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Friday, 4 June 2010 - 10:24

 

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<p>Leading South African AIDS organisations are today jointly condemning FIFA and the Local Organising Committee for blocking access to the distribution of condoms, and to HIV prevention and health related information within FIFA controlled stadia and Fan Fests during the forthcoming FIFA World Cup.</p>
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<p>Leading South African AIDS organisations are today jointly condemning FIFA and the Local Organising Committee for blocking access to the distribution of...
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Thursday, 3 June 2010 - 15:18

On 3 June TAC, SECTION27 and partners are marching in the Free State. We are marching to ensure that the necessary steps are taken to ensure that the Free State meets the targets set under the National Strategic Plan (2007-2011). Also we are marching to ensure that the updated treatment guidelines and HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) campaign are properly implemented at a provincial and district level.

National government has shown the political will to address the HIV epidemic. This must be translated into political will and action at a provincial and district level.

To...

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Wednesday, 2 June 2010 - 11:07

The Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27, the Social Justice Coalition, Community Media Trust and the Coalition Against Discrimination welcome the release and pardon of Tiwonge Chimbalanga and Steven Monjeza in Malawi. The release of Tiwonge and Steven is an example of what can be achieved with coordinated global activism. These efforts must be sustained to promote and protect the rights of all LGBTI people.

The Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27, the Social Justice Coalition, Community Media Trust and the Coalition Against Discrimination welcome the release and pardon of...

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