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‘TAC protected the man who sexually harassed me’

July 19th, 2019       News  

One of the country’s most influential civil society organisations and its leaders may have flouted justice to protect a close ally, according to the woman who dared to speak up about her sexual harassment.

#ECHOResults: Now we know, but it’s no victory

June 16, 2019
Opinion & Commentary  

While the study results have allayed the fears of many, they have also pointed a finger at an enemy that we’ve conveniently ignored at the expense of black women’s lives.

#SAAIDS2019: ‘Allow generics of lifesaving drugs’

June 14, 2019
News  

Activists want a multinational pharmaceutical company to lower the overinflated price of ground-breaking TB drug.

#SAAIDS2019: Key populations delay 90-90-90 goals targets

June 13, 2019
News  

People with a higher risk of contracting HIV still lag behind in staying on treatment and in the system.

#SAAIDS2019: 3 things to know about the ECHO study

June 13, 2019
News  

Uncertainty is put to rest but study highlights need to step up HIV prevention efforts in high-burden countries — particularly for young women.

#SAAIDS2019: Youth demand more inclusion

June 12, 2019
News  

Young people are excluded from the world’s second-largest conference, say activists.

#SAAIDS2019: MSF achieves 90-90-90 targets in Eshowe

June 12, 2019
News  

A small KwaZulu-Natal town flickers a beam of hope by surpassing goals to test, treat and suppress HIV.

#SAAIDS2019: ‘Our lives, our dignity is not negotiable’

June 11, 2019
News  

Corruption and mismanagement are standing in the way of South Africa’s battle against HIV, say activists.