As Durban welcomes the world for #AIDS2016, we take a look at five things to do in this gorgeous city.
Currently the co-chair of the 2016 International Aids Conference, Professor Olive Shisana has a wealth of experience, spanning more than 30 years.
n partnership with the US Consulate, The Denis Hurley Centre hosted the Butterfly project, a major arts and health education ...
Pictures of commitment.
Prof Jerry Coovadia reflects on the past 16 years in SA.
Health minister launches plan to keep girls in school – and out of the clutches of abusive sugar daddies.
Being a teen is hard enough, but imagine discovering that you have been living with HIV since birth, says Bongani Radebe.
Thousands of children born HIV positive before effective treatment for their pregnant moms are now young adults, struggling ...
Gail Johnson does not see herself as an activist, just a woman who wanted 'things done'.
Department of Health is working on plans to enable stable HIV positive patients with undetectable viral loads to get their ARVs from outside clinics.
Eric Bentele is a Durban nurse who spends the route to and from work and his lunch breaks, preaching condom use.
Sithokozile Gcabashe, 28, who lives openly with HIV with the hope of helping others sees that a healthy life is possible.
Society’s most vulnerable could reap the biggest rewards from the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis treatment.
As young women continue to bear the brunt of new HIV infections, it can’t be business as usual when it comes to HIV prevention.
“In 2004 I gave birth to a bouncing baby girl who was my precious gift.