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21 Apr 2017
 
 
President Zuma’s track record: 7 claims about #progress fact-checked
AFRICA CHECK
The South African presidency took stock of government’s progress under President Jacob Zuma in celebration of his 75th birthday on 12 April. A series of tweets – under the hashtag #progress –...
 
 
13 Apr 2017
 
TAC: TAC and SECTION27 mourns passing of Professor Mark Wainberg
STATEMENT
It is with deep regret that we at the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and SECTION27 have learned of the passing of Professor Mark Wainberg. As TAC we extend our deepest condolences to Professor...
 
 
30 Mar 2017
 
SECTION27 and TAC: We cannot endorse the HIV and TB plan in its current form
STATEMENT
HIV and tuberculosis (TB) remains at crisis levels in South Africa. Every year around 270 000 people are still newly infected with HIV. A recent Statistics South Africa report listed TB as the...
 
 
30 Nov 2016
 
DEPUTY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA TO ADDRESS WORLD AIDS DAY COMMEMORATION
What's On
Daveyton- Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will tomorrow, Thursday 01 December 2016 address the World Aids Day Commemoration at Sinaba Stadium in Daveyton, Gauteng Province. Deputy President...
 
 
14 Nov 2016
 
26 Oct 2016
 
A letter on Fees Must Fall
OPINION
The past month has been confusing and complex. It has been difficult to reconcile divided and strongly felt views. The Fees Must Fall (FMF) movement has begun disintegrating, and so have several...
 
 
21 Oct 2016
 
SA: Cyril Ramaphosa: Address by South African Deputy President, on the occasion of the Heads of Mission conference, OR Tambo Building, Tshwane (20/10/2016)
Topics
Thank you for affording me the opportunity to address this esteemed gathering of our country's Heads of Mission.
 
 
02 Sep 2016
 
SAMA Trade Union: SAMA Trade Union calls for routine HIV testing
STATEMENT
The South African Medical Association Trade Union welcomes, with great appreciation, the progressive steps taken by the South African government, under the leadership of health Minister Dr Aaron...
 
 
20 Jul 2016
 
GCIS: South Africa's HIV response restores donor confidence
STATEMENT
South Africa’s accelerated response to HIV has restored the confidence of international HIV/AIDS financing institution The Global Fund as well as the United States of America in the country as a...
 
 
dti: Launch of the HBM-SA Health Protecting Services latex condom manufacturing facility at the Dube Trade Port
STATEMENT
The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) has facilitated an investment which resulted in a partnership between SA Health Protecting Service and HBM. This partnership has seen a new latex...
 
 
19 Jul 2016
 
GCIS: Government to launch self-service medicine dispensing machines
STATEMENT
South Africans will soon obtain their medication from self-service ATM-style machines. This was one of the announcements made by the South African Ministry of Health today at International Aids...
 
 
Scientists are combining forces to tackle the deadly duo of TB and HIV
THE CONVERSATION
TB and HIV are, separately, two of the deadliest infections in the world. They kill around 3 million people every year. Combined, they are even more dangerous. Tackling the problem of HIV and TB...
 
 
14 Jul 2016
 
5000 people to march in Durban because 20 million more need HIV treatment
What's On
Today, 20 million people living with HIV lack access lifesaving antiretroviral therapy. With 36.7 people living with HIV around the world, we are not even half way to making sure that everyone who...
 
 
13 Jul 2016
 
HIV, AIDS and 90-90-90: what is it and why does it matter?
THE CONVERSATION
Twenty years ago when someone acquired HIV, they would, on average, not live more than 12 years. Today, a young person who becomes infected in the developed world can expect to have a near-normal...
 
 
11 Jul 2016
 
KZN: Sibongiseni Dhlomo: Address by KZN Health MEC, on the occasion of a media workshop for the International AIDS conference, Durban, KZN (11/07/2016)
Topics
It is indeed a very rare opportunity that the International Aids Conference is held in one country for a second time.
 
 
 
                       
 
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