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#ECHOResults: Now we know, but it’s no victory

June 16, 2019
Opinion & Commentary  

While the study results have allayed the fears of many, they have also pointed a finger at an enemy that we’ve conveniently ignored at the expense of black women’s lives.

#SAAIDS2019: 3 things to know about the ECHO study

June 13, 2019
News  

Uncertainty is put to rest but study highlights need to step up HIV prevention efforts in high-burden countries — particularly for young women.

#SAAIDS2019: Youth demand more inclusion

June 12, 2019
News  

Young people are excluded from the world’s second-largest conference, say activists.

#SAAIDS2019: MSF achieves 90-90-90 targets in Eshowe

June 12, 2019
News  

A small KwaZulu-Natal town flickers a beam of hope by surpassing goals to test, treat and suppress HIV.

#SAAIDS2019: ‘Our lives, our dignity is not negotiable’

June 11, 2019
News  

Corruption and mismanagement are standing in the way of South Africa’s battle against HIV, say activists.

Good Samaritan offers support for orphans

May 29, 2019
News  

A Vhembe man has identified 50 orphans from villages in that area that he will provide with school uniforms, food, and career guidance.

Teens’ ARV abuse shocks parents

Residents in Seodin, a village near Kuruman, are concerned that their children are stealing antiretroviral tablets (ARVs) to produce a highly addictive drug called nyaope or whoonga.