KwaZulu-Natal TAC members and volunteers reflect
The provinces are the heartbeat of the TAC. People are the heartbeat of the TAC. This is where we get our hands dirty. This is where the real work happens. TAC would be nothing without our more than 8 000 members. We proudly share some of their reflections on the TAC and 10 years of ARVs.
TAC and access to ARVs allowed our humanity to expand amongst the people of South Africa.
– Bongumusa Luthuli
TAC gave me back my life in 2003 through a treatment project pilot.
– Khulekani Gwala
Being part of TAC has meant being part of the solution in a country affected so greatly by the AIDS epidemic.
– Sthembiso Khuluse
TAC really opened my eyes in knowing my own status and becoming treatment literate.
– Thembela Khumalo
TAC has shown that nothing is impossible through the struggle.
– Richard Shandu
TAC is the voice of the voiceless. So many lives have been saved through our activism and our use of the Constitution. TAC really is the last hope of the hopeless.
– Sandile Khumalo
TAC is actually everything to me. It is my home.
– Zodumo Mthembu
Forward with the spirit of living! TAC showed us to know our statuses and help teach those who are ignorant of HIV.
– Sphelele Biyela
TAC let me live, love and fight for life.
– Thandeka Hlongwane
TAC has made things possible for us. Together we can ensure that everyone has access to the healthcare and treatment they need.
– Nonjabulo Hlengwa
TAC is a great organisation working on treatment literacy, raising awareness of HIV and treatment.
– Dumisani Mkhize
TAC brought lifesaving treatment to all in South Africa. No one should have died from AIDS, but now people are living long lives thanks to TAC.
– Nozipho Mabanga
TAC gave me spirit and the power to live a long and healthy life.
– Busisiwe Mnyandu
TAC is a huge support to me and my comrades. It means everything
– Foto Mbhele