How many children must die before Government acts?

A statement from Basic Education for All (BEFA), SECTION27 and the Treatment...


Silence over ambulance ‘strike’ in Eastern Cape

Health professionals in the Eastern Cape have raised the alarm as healthcare...


Long walk to health care

In March 2015, the South African Human Rights Commission held a hearing on...


EMS in the Eastern Cape

Mothers giving birth at home; babies developing disabilities due to difficult...


ECHCAC on EC EMS hearing

ECHCAC STATEMENT ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION’S HEARING INTO...


Eastern Cape Health Crisis Action Coalition

A recently launched website unveiling the secrecy around the annual initiation...


Keiskamma Trust joins ECHCAC

The Keiskamma Trust, a community organisation that works with vulnerable groups...


TAC Advocacy in Action: Village Clinic past, present and future

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), supported by SECTION27, RHAP and MSF have...


Mthatha Area Stock-Outs Update March 2013 - May 2013

SECTION27 and partner organisations the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), the...


Eastern Cape HIV drug stock outs: patients at risk

5 Months Later: Thousands of HIV & TB patients’ lives remain at risk as...


Invitation to the Eastern Cape Health Consultation

SECTION27, RHAP, TAC, BEMF and RuDASA invite the public to two consultations to...


Eastern Cape High Court orders the appointment of teachers in the Eastern Cape

SECTION27 Statement: 6th August 2012 Eastern Cape High Court Orders the...


DBE obliged to declare post establishment

DBE obliged to declare post establishment


Minister of Basic Education treats education of learners and the legal system with utter contempt

MINISTER OF BASIC EDUCATION TREATS EDUCATION OF LEARNERS AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM...


Another fight in Basic Education: SECTION27 intervenes in Eastern Cape Teacher Crisis

ANOTHER FIGHT IN BASIC EDUCATION: SECTION27 INTERVENES IN EASTERN CAPE TEACHER...


Financial Crisis in the Eastern Cape Department of Health

 The Financial Crisis in the Eastern Cape Department of Health Threatens the...