South Africa is expected to make a dramatic turnaround in Aids due to a change in government policies, a UNAids official has said.
The Young Communist League has dubbed Western Cape premier Helen Zille's campaign of offering incentives to people testing for HIV/Aids as immoral.
President Jacob Zuma has presented a five-year plan to reduce new HIV and TB infections by 50%.
Orphaned by HIV/Aids-related illnesses at the ages of six and seven, Tandeka and Njabulo have looked after each other for 10 years.
For mining giant Anglo American, combating HIV/Aids among its workforce is both a case of health economics and a moral imperative.
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