Vumile is inspired to do more in his community.

Former CAB member, Vumile “Mabra” Mantle is one of the passionate member of the Delft community. He’s local designer, He makes a living by sewing garments and selling them in and around the Delft community. Despite socio-economic problems in this community, Young people like “Mabra” have taken a stand to use their self-acquired skills to


Prof Diacon scoops the Union Scientific prize award

Prof Andreas Diacon was awarded the 2016 Scientific Prize at the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Conference recently held in Liverpool, UK. Diacon is an associate professor at Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, consulting pulmonologist, and founder-CEO of TASK Applied Sciences. He was the principal investigator on some of the


Women’s Day Celebration.

In honor of Women’s Day, women from all areas of Delft gathered at the Delft Health Center for an event that was organized by TASK, Touching Nations and the Delft CHC Management. Whilst the women were given gifts and pampered, it gave other visitors to the Delft Health Center an opportunity to test for TB


Another article published on NEJM

This coming week the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) will publish the Correspondence, “β-Lactams against Tuberculosis — New Trick for an Old Dog?” by Prof Diacon & TASK. This is the most prestigious medicine journal in the world and every researcher would want to be in there at least once in their lives and