- We've been fighting Aids - now we must end it
A critical prerequisite to ending Aids is for global leaders to improve the health systems of developing countries - including the drug supply chain.
- Silicon ring may curb HIV infections
A silicon ring, currently being tested in trials across Africa, could be the new way to prevent HIV infection in women.
- Bid to hold Anglo American accountable for TB cases
Anglo American SA could be facing legal action as workers say there are inadequate safety measures in place in their mining operations.
- Dramatic Aids turnaround in store for SA
South Africa is expected to make a dramatic turnaround in Aids due to a change in government policies, a UNAids official has said.
- Donors turn their backs on HIV
Southern Africa has little reason to celebrate, given the massive HIV funding cuts that threaten to take the region back to where it was 10 years ago.
- Death rate among youth on the decrease in SA
The death rate in South Africa, particularly among young adults, is on the decrease, according to Statistics South Africa.
- Developing new strategies to fight HIV/Aids
South Africa has the largest HIV epidemic in the world.
- Zuma's new Aids plan to include TB
President Jacob Zuma has presented a five-year plan to reduce new HIV and TB infections by 50%.
- Aids orphans take charge
Orphaned by HIV/Aids-related illnesses at the ages of six and seven, Tandeka and Njabulo have looked after each other for 10 years.
- The HIV balance sheet
For mining giant Anglo American, combating HIV/Aids among its workforce is both a case of health economics and a moral imperative.