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Three Billion for HIV & TB

The Global Fund Board has approved an estimated R3 billion for HIV and TB programmes throughout the nine provinces of South Africa. This is...

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Testing Times and the Kind Cut

South Africa’s Revitalised Response To HIV and AIDS On October 23 the South African government took the fight against HIV and AIDS to...

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PHD Scholarship for SANAC Staffer

Musa Manganye, SANAC’s national manager of the Migrant and Mobile Population HIV Prevention Programme, was recently named one of the...

Civil Society Forum Warns Over Irresponsible Cure Claims by KZN Pastor

The Civil Society Forum (CSF) of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) has noted with concern claims by KwaZulu-Natal pastor, HQ...

Motlanthe Speaks Out on Circumcision Deaths

During the last SANAC Plenary meeting on 8 October in Phokeng, Rustenburg, deputy president and chairperson of SANAC, Kgalema Motlanthe,...

Report Back: SANAC’S Second Plenary Meeting For 2013

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe on 8 October 2013, chaired the ordinary meeting of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) in...

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World Aids Day – Call to action

Six million people in South Africa are living with HIV. Of these, a third, or two million people, receive antiretroviral medicines. If they...

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Dying for Tradition

Following the deaths of 30 boys and young men in Mpumalanga and 30 more in the Eastern Cape this past initiation season, the Yezingane...

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,...