Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Statistics show that women and girls are most vulnerable to HIV/Aids, and Naomi Campbell has joined the fight against the spread of the virus.
After being wrongly diagnosed with HIV, a mother of two says her difficult journey to acceptance has given her greater understanding of the disease and how it affects all of society.
Their parents told them to keep their distance.It broke my heart. The stigma made me feel deeply isolated, writes Nkosikhona Kumalo.
The US's President's Emergency Plan for Aids relief will provide $24 million to South Africa over the next five years. Watch.
Bono, Snoop Dogg, Kim Kardashian and Meryl Streep are part of an all-star campaign for AIDS.
As part of his AIDS charity's #FeelNoShame campaign for World Aids Day, Prince Harry reveals a secret about himself in this clip. The campaign is aimed at encouraging people to share secrets about themselves in a bid to reduce stigma and secrecy surrounding HIV and Aids in Lesotho.
Experts cite indifference, lack of access to care as reasons behind the inadequate approach to HIV in America.
This World Aids Day, South Africa focuses on reducing the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV and Aids with aim of eliminating new infections and Aids-related deaths.
As we highlight World Aids Day on 1 December it is encouraging to see there have been major advances in the understanding of the disease as well as developments in its management over the last decade.
World Aids Day has become an important annual reminder that HIV has not gone away and that there is still a vital need to increase awareness, fight prejudice and improve education.
Is safe sex no longer part of the dating culture for the younger generation?
Kaizer Chiefs have taken time to recognise World Aids Day and to highlight the dangers of unsafe sexual contact when it comes to this deadly disease.
Taraji P. Henson a Janelle Monae lend a hand to Alicia Keys in the fight to end HIV and AIDS.
As South Africa celebrates World Aids Day, stigma fuelled by HIV myths may be a memory for some HIV-positive people, but not for everyone living with the virus.
The end of Aids is not as near as we would like and efforts to fight prejudice, stigma and discrimination must be redoubled, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The world has finally reached "the beginning of the end" of the Aids pandemic that has infected and killed millions in the past 30 years, according to a leading campaign group.
Studies reveal that women who are victims of domestic violence are at a higher risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.
HIV is anything but a death sentence, says specialist Dr Roen Van Dyk and HIV+ hero Barbara Kingsley. Watch.
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