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Mbeki comments on the South Sudan crisis, urges reconciliation

Former president Thabo Mbeki was the African Union’s chief mediator in the conflict in Sudan that led to the creation of South Sudan in 2011.

Comment: Safer, due to unforeskinned circumstances

Voluntary male circumcision has made huge strides in reducing the rate of HIV infections.

Questionable dealings of connected men

Three Botswana presidents all appear to have turned political power into personal advantage.

Mogae would not stick his neck out for gays

Former Botswana president Festus Mogae has admitted that while in office he put his political career ahead of gay rights.

Aids epidemic slowing, says UN

Signs that work on preventing the spread of HIV is bearing fruit were highlighted recently by UNAids's two-yearly report on the state of the epidemic.

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