Activist Watching their Leaders at WEF

Aids activists took to the streets of CT, where world leaders have met to highlight how the global economic is impacting on already weak healthcare throughout Africa

Aids activists took to the streets sporting a giant inflatable eyeball outside where world leaders have met to highlight how the global economic crisis spells out dire consequences for already weak healthcare throughout Africa.

Protestors from Congress of the South Africa Trade Unions (COSATU), Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and other groups are using the eyeball motif used by activists at the G8 meeting in Scotland to signify the public is watching that leaders make good on their promises.

The demonstration targets African leaders meeting at the Cape Town International Convention Centre for the World Economic Forum on Africa.

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<br /> Health24
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