This is an archive of the Treatment Action Campaign's public documents from December 1998 until October 2008. I created this website because the TAC's website appears unmaintained and people were concerned that it
was becoming increasingly hard to find important documents.

The menu items have been slightly edited and a new stylesheet applied to the site. But none of the documents have been edited, not even for minor errors. The text appears on this site as obtained from the Internet Archive.

The period covered by the archive encompassed the campaign for HIV medicines, the civil disobedience campaigns, the Competition Commission complaints, the 2008 xenophobic violence and the PMTCT, Khayelitsha health workers and Matthias Rath court cases.

TAC News

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TAC makes submission on new Department of Health draft Guidelines for the Management of HIV in Health Facilities

TAC Electronic Newsletter

16 May 2008


TAC makes submission on the Department of Health's new draft Guidelines for the Managment of HIV and AIDS in Health Facilities

Defend Ethical Doctors from Unethical Politicians

The AIDS Law Project, acting on behalf of the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society, the Rural Doctors Association of Southern Africa and the Treatment Action Campaign calls for the South African Human Rights Commission to investigate human rights violations committed by the KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Health.

TAC to march in protest against violence in Cape Town communities

TAC will protest in Khayelitsha on Saturday 26 April against violence in our communities.

TAC condemns suspension of KZN Doctor; Revision of TAC public information


  • Demand that the KZN MEC for Health Health, Ms. Peggy Nkonyeni, overturns the suspension of Dr Mark Blaylock, chief medical officer of Manguzi Hospital.
  • TAC to modify its public information statements on vitamin supplements following Cochrane Review.


New information on the TAC website

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