Category: News

A Women-centred Agenda

Women’s Prevention Summit champions female-controlled interventions The third biennial national Women’s HIV Prevention Summit, held in...

Addressing Social and Structural Drivers

Gender-based violence, poverty and alcohol are the three main drivers of HIV infection that we need to address,” said Lebo Ramafoko,...

SA Universities Get Money to Tackle HIV Epidemic

The National Skills Fund (NSF) has made a grant of almost R25 million to the Higher Education HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) to equip academic...

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Breast Still Best

How breastfeeding reduces the risk of mother-to-child transmission of HIV Breastfeeding is universally accepted as the food of choice for...

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A Call to End the Violence

The first ever national Men’s Rally against violence Addressing the rally at the Johannesburg Stadium on August 24, Deputy President...

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The Rights Way

Why NSP implementation programmes must respect and uphold legal and human rights To a great extent, the successful implementation of the...

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In the Chair

LEBO RAMAFOKO, chair of SANAC’s  Social and Structural Drivers Technical Task Team SANAC’s newly-formed Social and Structural...

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A Clean Bill of Health for the SANAC Trust

At the end of year one of the NSP, the Secretariat was audited by the Auditor-General and received an unqualified audit opinion. This is a...

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Developing an HIV and TB Policy for Schools

With more than 12 million learners in 24 000 schools, more than 400 000 teachers, and thousands of other personnel nationwide, the...

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Yezingane Network calls for a Commission of Inquiry – Deaths of Boys from Traditional Male Circumcision

We urge you to support this petition by the Yezingane Network, the Children’s Sector of the South African National AIDS Council,...