The project’s closure six months ago forced some injecting drug users to share needles and risk infections such as HIV and Hepatitis C.
Newer, lifesaving drugs for South Africa's "silent" killer aren't yet available in the country.
A tale of two cities: Durban ditches drug users while Tshwane becomes the first city in SA to pioneer and fund new ways to keep them safe.
Misconceptions about HIV infection and injection drug use could shut down the only project working to curb it.
It’s time that evidence, not stigma, drive SA’s drug policies.