Working for access to quality public healthcare in South Africa since 1998
30 Nov 2016

World AIDS Day 2016: Provincial public healthcare system still in crisis

TAC to host night vigil and World AIDS Day march HIV and TB remain crises in South Africa. Every year there are approximately 280 000 new HIV infections and 140 000 HIV-related deaths in the country. To turn the tide on HIV and TB we need all government departments and all provinces to take this ...

27 Aug 2015

“Why are Our Babies Dying and Being Born with Disabilities?”

CAPE TOWN, 27th AUGUST 2015: 1,000 mothers, pregnant women and activists marched to the Western Cape Provincial Parliament today demanding to know “why our babies are dying and being born with disabilities.” They are demanding urgent action to address the ongoing problems in accessing quality mat...

14 Jun 2011

Improving Health: TAC at work – 10 years of ARVs, “Those who are sick come to TAC for help”

On Friday, 3 June 2011, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) Khayelitsha, (MSF), City of Cape Town and the Western Cape Provincial Government Department of Health celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the first public sector Antiretroviral Treatment program in South Africa. Today, approximately 20...

3 Feb 2011

Press Alert: Press Conference – ASA rules against Christ Embassy

  TAC will call on ETV to stop airing their adverts in current form Join our press conference at 1pm Thursday 3 February, 3rd Floor 122 Longmarket Street, Cape Town. Christ Embassy is a charismatic church run by the Pastor, Chris Oyakhilome, who claims to faith-heal a whole range of diseases incl...

27 Oct 2010

Open letter and statement on Janet Love released by constitutional lawyers, legal academics, human rights and social justice activists.

Originally released 20 October As constitutional lawyers, legal academics, human rights and social justice activists who have worked with Janet Love while she has been the National Director of the Legal Resources Centre (LRC), we are surprised and dismayed by Premier Helen Zille’s implication tha...

14 Oct 2010

Reject Abahlali base Mjondolo’s call for violence and chaos! Masingavumeli ikhwelo laBahlali base Mjondolo lokuthi kubekho ungaziphathi kakuhle ekuhlaleni!

COSATU Khayelitsha, The Treatment Action Campaign, the Social Justice Coalition and Equal Education have for years worked seriously in Khayelitsha and elsewhere. We have never advocated stone-throwing or promoted violence. Our members work patiently, educate themselves and build local leadership...

22 Sep 2010

Khayelitsha Organisations to Stage Picket for Improved Access to Justice and Safety – 10h45, 23 September 2010

The Social Justice Coalition, Treatment Action Campaign, Equal Education, Free Gender, AIDS Legal Network, Luleka Lisizwe and Triangle Project are community-based organisations located in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. Our organisations seek to address wide-ranging problems faced by our members – from i...

21 Jul 2010

TAC District Newsletters

Click on the link to see all of the TAC district newsletters for March – May 2010.

9 Apr 2010

TAC Khayelitsha is honored by DOH for Exceptional condom distribution.

  TAC Khayelitsha was honoured on the 12th March 2010 by the department of health for being the NGO organization with the most condoms distribution in the Western Cape. TAC was awarded a certificate of excellence by the Western Cape Department of Health.  The award was accepted by our dedicated ...

27 Nov 2009

TAC Messages for World AIDS Day

TAC messages for World Aids Day “South Africa is taking responsibity” Resources for health to meet the National Strategic Plan (2007-2011) targets: towards universal access to treatment now! Click on the link to read TAC’s statement and see events planned for World AIDS Day. South Africa account...

5 May 2009

Fare Share on Local Government Training for TAC Mopani

 Fair Share is continuing to train TAC members in the issues of governance and community participation. Mr Owatile    Letebele(Fare Share Limpopo Co-ordinator) has been committed in advancing the knowledge of the TAC Mopani members in the above-mentioned issues. This is to equip community members...