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This country must find ways to keep girls in school and educate them about HIV prevention.
HIV+ people on ARVs are now living longer lifespans. But the virus's associated diseases could put an unbearable strain on the health system.
Skewed state funding has left many centres dependent on fees that patients can't afford, writes Mara Kardas-Nelson.
Eastern Cape royals are campaigning to use medical circumcision in traditional rituals.
Two young people speak out about life, and love, and the very real risk of rejection.
Hospitals and clinics are to be demolished and rebuilt to reboot the Eastern Cape's "broken" health system.
Advocacy groups are due to march to the Eastern Cape's health MEC as part of a campaign against a "crisis" in health care access in the province.
Work on HIV prevention may be undone after a boy died after a medical circumcision procedure.
Work on HIV prevention may be undone after a boy has died after a medical circumcision procedure.
HIV diplomacy can be used to help the country become a better, more influential global citizen.
To understand Mpumalanga's teen pregnancies, look closely at the much older men calling the shots.
A new drug, Tivicay, that could be vital in the struggle against HIV, might not be available to those who need it the most.
The best traditional initiation schools uphold cultural values, but rely on good management and high standards.
SA's strategy to treat multidrug-resistant tuberculosis is noble, but cracks are showing.
The province has fallen far behind in the drive to deliver key infrastructure essential for treatment.
A recent international Aids conference lacked input from those living with the HI virus.