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SA cannot afford to be complacent in its drive to end the HIV/Aids pandemic and must continue to reduce new infections, Deputy President David Mabuza says.
The TAC is celebrating 20 years of existence by leading a symbolic march to the Constitutional Court to thank it for what it has done for people living with HIV.
A new HIV cure, being punted on social media, "smacks of quackery", according to a prominent HIV scientist.
Sindi, feeling rejected because her family would not accept her HIV status, was forced to leave her home. Her case shows that people who live outside the big cities and are open about being HIV positive can still face discrimination.
A 22-year-old woman from the North West has dubbed herself a HIVictor and is “unapologetically loud and in your face” about being HIV positive.
With South Africa’s Aids-related death toll already equivalent to 48 Hiroshima atomic bombs the time is nigh for government to declare war on HIV-transmission, writes Robert Traydon.
Suicide and murder are rising fast in the Middle East and nearby regions that are already grappling with war and conflict, creating a "lost generation", particularly among men, researchers say.
Six top health advisers have resigned from Donald Trump's advisory council on HIV/Aids, complaining that the US president doesn't really care about combatting the illness.
KwaZulu-Natal has more free condoms at public health facilities than any other province, averaging 54 condoms per male aged over 15.
A group of South Africans are embarking on a journey that might help to end the HIV/Aids endemic. But they still have a long way, say researchers.
The medical files of patients with HIV have been left dumped on the floor of a closed HIV treatment centre in Port Elizabeth.
Sexual health is part of our health.
UNAIDS has placed a leading official on special leave after he threatened legal action against an activist, who along with 22 other women, have claimed he 'acted with impunity', behaving inappropriately towards women.
A new report, released by the Human Science Research Council has shown a significant decline in new HIV infections during 2017, compared to a similar survey five years ago.
World renowned South African AIDS activist David Ross Patient, who was diagnosed with HIV in 1983, has died.
Controversial talk show host Criselda Kananda-Dudumashe will not hold any position in the South African National AIDS Council, its chair Cyril Ramaphosa has assured the TAC.
A South African child born with the Aids virus has kept the infection suppressed for more than 8 years after stopping anti-HIV medicines.
There are many “missed opportunities” in the National Strategic Plan for HIV and TB, says Fareed Abdullah.
A former senior manager at the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute has been arrested in the US for allegedly misappropriating approximately $230 000 of United States Agency for International Development funding in South Africa.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's friends love the new government max condoms, he has said at the commemoration of World Aids Day.
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