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The draft of the new NSP 2017-2022 is now ready for review

The National Strategic Plan (NSP) outlines the strategic framework for a multi-sector partnership to accelerate progress in reducing the...

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Board of Trustees announces appointment of SANAC acting CEO

In view of the end of the fixed term employment contract for Dr. Fareed Abdullah, who has served as CEO of SANAC for the last 5 years,...

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa during World Aids Day Commemoration at Sinaba Stadium in Daveyton, Gauteng Province. South Africa. 01/12/2016. Siyabulela Duda

Priorities for South African women in the new NSP

As South Africa forges ahead with the development of the country’s next five year plan for HIV, STIs and TB, we must acknowledge the...

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World AIDS Day 2016 – It is in our hands!

While South Africa has over 3.7 million people on HIV treatment, SANAC Chair, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa raised concerns about the...

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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa calls for stronger action to end AIDS by 2030

SANAC Chairperson Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on all South Africans to make their views heard on the new National Strategic...

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National NSP Stakeholder Consultation – Speech by Dr Gwen Ramokgopa

SPEECH BY DR GWEN RAMOKGOPA, CHAIRPERSON OF THE SANAC TRUST, AT THE NATIONAL NSP STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION 29 SEPTEMBER 2016 The Minister of...

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AIDS2016: HIV and Human Rights in the LGBTI community in South Africa

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SANAC launches consultations for the National Strategic Plan on HIV, TB and STIs (NSP) (2017-2022)

The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) is launching a series of stakeholder and online consultations to feed into the development...

Request for Proposals – NPOs to implement SBC programme in Northern Cape and North West Province

Re-advertising REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS In reference to The Department of Social Development (DSD) request for proposals advert dated October...