The HIV pandemic isn’t going anywhere until a cure is found. In the meantime, HIV clinicians say South Africa should protect its victories
Bhekisisa editor Mia Malan talks to HIV scientist Salim Abdool Karim about his research on risky relationships of young women and older men.
In this province, the agricultural and mining sectors draw thousands of workers each year – and then they disappear. Here’s why we need to find them.
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In a world hemmed in by patriarchy and poverty, cash transfers could be the missing link in SA’s HIV prevention programmes.
Researchers once again confirmed: It’s impossible for HIV-positive people on treatment to transmit the virus through sex — this time among gay men.
This tablet can help to protect the country’s young women from contracting HIV.
Activists have red-flagged how the HIV prevention plan for the LGBTI community doesn’t cater for transgender men who have sex with other men
"A recent report found that the stigmatisation of homosexuality has made public health interventions difficult to implement effectively."
New research may have finally answered an old question.
Malawi says it will no longer enforce anti-homosexuality laws but dangerous homophobia persists on the country’s streets – and in its clinics.
A new injectable drug could change the face of HIV prevention and the revolution might start right here in South Africa.
Recently the first participants in the HVTN 702 study received jabs of a vaccine that could stop HIV in its tracks
One tiny protein may hold the secret to ending the HIV pandemic.
Specialist says contact sport policy isn’t "necessarily supported by HIV transmission evidence" but school says it’s in line with the SA Schools Act.
For those at risk, taking a pill that can stop them from getting HIV is a ‘life-changing experience’
An adherence club helped almost all patients stay on their treatment.
Statistics show that voluntary male circumcision is a crucial weapon in the fight to control HIV.
An HIV prevention pill can reduce HIV-negative people’s chances of contracting HIV by more than 90%.
The conference is set to be a historic moment in the HIV response and we’ll be bringing you the latest from Durban.
Being able to take a pill discreetly, as women have done with contraceptives since the 1950s, is an HIV prevention revolution.
A pill dispenser with an electronic cap monitors daily adherence to a regimen that may curb HIV among sex workers – and in broader society.
Need to know more about PrEP? Mia Malan talks to Dr Kevin Rebe to answer your questions.
Selected state clinics will soon provide a pill that can prevent HIV infection to people at high risk of contracting the virus.
A revolutionary antiretroviral prophylaxis is helping all people, no matter their sexual orientation. A cheaper generic will soon be on the shelves.
South Africans are waiting and willing to help but the Medicines Control Council drags its heels.
Some men might be led to believe that the snip can entirely stop HIV infection.
Researchers recognise the need to change HIV prevention technologies to suit different lifestyles.
The search for an anti-HIV microbicide continues, after a new trial has refuted the results of a previous study that found one to be effective.
A study has found that child-focused interventions have significantly reduced HIV-infection rates in children under the age of five.
The death toll is falling but there is still no hope for an end to the worldwide pandemic.