Thursday 13 June

  • ESR Review: Regulating private power in health

    by Jonathan Berger and Adila Hassim On 28 July 2010, Ebersohn AJ of the North Gauteng High Court reviewed and set aside regulations purportedly made in terms of section 90(1)(u) and (v) of the National Health Act 61 of 2003 (NHA). As a result of this judgment, the Regulations Relating to the Obtainment of Information…


  • South Africa’s Treatment Action Campaign: combining law and social mobilization to realize the right to health (2009)

    Combining law and social mobilization to realize the right to health (2009) Journal of Human Rights Practice 1(1) 14 South Africa’s Treatment Action Campaign Related posts: Shaping, making and breaking the law in the campaign for a national HIV/AIDS treatment plan Democratising development: the politics of socio-economic rights in South Continue Reading


  • HIV/AIDS: should the wealthy nations promote anti-HIV/AIDS efforts in poor nations?

    HIV/AIDS: should the wealthy nations promote anti-HIV/AIDS efforts in poor nations? In Controversies in Globalization: contending approaches to international relations , Congressional Quarterly Press, 2009. Notes References Related posts: Disability Grants or Antiretrovirals – 2006 Disability grants or antiretrovirals? A quandary for people with HIV/AIDS… Preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission in Continue Reading


  • Disability Grants or Antiretrovirals – 2006

    Disability grants or antiretrovirals? A quandary for people with HIV/AIDS in South Africa Article by Chloe Hardy and Marlise Richter published in the African Journal of AIDS Research Volume 5 (1) 2006. According to the Department of Social Development, disability grants are available to adult South African citizens and permanent residents who are incapacitated and…


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