Tweets shouldn't fuel HIV-related stigma. The Mail and Guardian's tweets did. Here's why.
Association argues statistics skew the view of private hospital costs after international study questions facilities' affordability.
Violence has contributed to the epidemic; aid agencies can't travel freely and are removing nonessential staff.
If you’ve got the experience, drive and passion to use social media for change, this could be for you.
Stock-outs may be a blow to children already fighting for survival.
For those at risk, taking a pill that can stop them from getting HIV is a ‘life-changing experience’
Is the South African Law Commission's recommendation to sentence convicted sex workers to 'diversion programmes' a latest symptom of a country torn?
Bill Gates was at the International Aids Conference this week. He spent time with five African journalists. Here is what they wanted to know.
Research predicts a substantial shortfall in HIV funding in the next five years as the country looks to put millions more people on treatment.
The billionaire philanthropist says we need to focus on curbing infections among teenage girls and young women.
Over a dozen young people have backed a declaration delivered to the health minister calling for free condoms and sanitary pads in school
In theory medical aids fund ARVs, but in practice it's a complex process, say doctors and activists.
In the vagina's ecosystem, mundane bacteria matter more than you think.
'Blessers' form a crucial link in a cycle of HIV transmission that South Africa has not been able to break.
Coerced testing usually follows employer offers to pay for private medical care.
The International Aids Conference returns to Durban after 16 years. This year heralds the HIV prevention revolution that is underway.