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Sunday, 20 July 2014 - 10:41

This article was originally published in The Sunday Times - by Mark Heywood
 
This week thousands of activists, scientists and government officials will troop to Melbourne, Australia, to participate in the 20th International AIDS Conference. Melbourne, of all places! Melbourne, where AIDS is largely an academic issue, because most people who live with HIV are on treatment. Melbourne with a first world health system! Melbourne, 10 000 kilometers from Africa where tens of thousands of people still die of AIDS! Melbourne, 9 088 kilometers from China where AIDS activists...

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Sunday, 20 July 2014 - 10:28

Treatment Action Campaign • Treatment Action Group • HIV iBase • International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) • Health GAP • AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa (ARASA) • Asian Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (ANP+) • MSF Access Campaign • AfroCAB • International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS East Africa (ICW EA) • AIDS Law Project, Kenya • Housing Works • TASO Uganda • Zimbabwe Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (ZNNP+) • Positive Generation Cameroon • International Civil Society Support • Thai AIDS Treatment Action Group (TTAG) • Thai Network of...

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Saturday, 19 July 2014 - 17:45

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) sends sincere and deep condolences to the families and friends of all those killed on flight MH17. Many of those on the flight were our comrades and allies in the fight against HIV/AIDS globally. We acknowledge the crucial contribution that many of those on flight have made to our struggle across the many years. We vow to continue this important work in their memory.

 

Lala kahle comrades.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 - 12:00

BLOEMFONTEIN, 16th JULY: The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), community healthcare workers and partner organisations, is embarking on peaceful overnight vigils outside the headquarters of the Free State Department of Health on every Wednesday night for the next six weeks. The peaceful vigils will continue until September 1st, when the 127 activists and community healthcare workers who were arrested and held in custody for 36 hours last week will appear in court.
 
The peaceful night vigils are being held to place the spotlight on the collapse of the Free State...

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Friday, 11 July 2014 - 15:28

11th JULY, BLOEMFONTEIN: The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) welcomes the release of the 127 activists and community healthcare workers who were arrested outside Bophelo House yesterday following a peaceful sit in. They were released on warning and the matter has been remanded for further investigation and instructions from the Director of Public Prosecution. The TAC would like to express their gratitude to the lawyers from Webbers Attorneys in Bloemfontein and SECTION27 for representing the arrested activists.
 
The activists and community healthcare workers were...

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