HIV/Aids

 
[Video]#AIDS2016 - It's a wrap: How medical and social solutions come together
[Video]#AIDS2016 - It's a wrap: How medical and social solutions come together
As the conference winds down, Mia Malan tells us how medical solutions alone will not help us beat HIV.
Mozambique's enduring discrimination leaves gay men untreated for HIV
Mozambique's enduring discrimination leaves gay men untreated for HIV
In June, Mozambique dropped a colonial-era law criminalising homosexual activities. The change passed relatively quietly in the southern African...
Free ARVs are not enough: The hidden costs of treating HIV in Nigeria
Free ARVs are not enough: The hidden costs of treating HIV in Nigeria
The Nigerian government’s decision to provide antiretrovirals freely as part of HIV programmes at the country’s health facilities has
15 questions for Thabo Mbeki
15 questions for Thabo Mbeki
FIFTH COLUMN
Mbeki addresses 'Aids denialism' criticism
Mbeki addresses 'Aids denialism' criticism
Towards the end of 2015 I sent the communication below to a fellow African to respond to some comments he had made on the matter of "Mbeki, HIV...
ARV-infused vaginal ring significantly lowers HIV infections
ARV-infused vaginal ring significantly lowers HIV infections
A vaginal ring infused with anti-HIV medication can reduce women’s chances of contracting the virus by almost a third – and by up to 56% in...
New state-run pharmaceutical company to produce ARVs by 2019
New state-run pharmaceutical company to produce ARVs by 2019
The recently established state-owned pharmaceutical company, Ketlaphela, will start to produce antiretroviral drugs in 2019, according to the...
SA's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives
SA's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives
South Africa's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives over the past two decades, according to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV...
SA's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives
SA's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives
South Africa's HIV treatment programme has saved 1.3-million lives over the past two decades, according to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV...
[Video]Francois: I am a prison rape survivor
[Video]Francois: I am a prison rape survivor
Francois shares his story of being raped violently in an Eastern Cape correctional centre and encourages other survivors to speak up and seek help.
Mpumalanga healthcare limps to aid of ailing poor
Mpumalanga healthcare limps to aid of ailing poor
A snapshot of the state of health in Gert Sibande district in Mpumalanga is not a pretty picture. The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has homed in on...

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