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6 days ago
#AIDS2016: Know the lingo
#AIDS2016: Know the lingo

Some of the more commonly used terms likely to be used in the discussions at this week’s International Aids Conference.

Opinion
9 days ago
A New Life's Journey Steered By A Guiding Light
A New Life's Journey Steered By A Guiding Light

One of Nelson Mandela’s greatest comrades and a true South African revolutionary hero, Laloo ‘Isu’ Chiba, talks about his life.

Opinion
11 days ago
Populist politics in refugee policy
Populist politics in refugee policy

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba released the Green Paper on International Migration.

Special Features
6 days ago
Aids treatment has changed the face of TB in SA
Aids treatment has changed the face of TB in SA

People with both HIV and TB infections at the same time have a high risk of dying.

Special Features
11 days ago
Too soon to speak of the end of Aids
Too soon to speak of the end of Aids

It is clear that the global rhetoric around the current “end of Aids” needs to be matched with an equally robust reality ...

Special Features
11 days ago
Search for Aids cure to be intensified
Search for Aids cure to be intensified

We cannot rely on a cure to see an end to epidemic, warns expert.

Opinion
12 days ago
More than good neighbours in a rapidly advancing world
More than good neighbours in a rapidly advancing world

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks to Independent Media's foreign editor, Shannon Ebrahim, on India-South Africa ...

Special Features
12 days ago
Less than half of people who need HIV treatment receive it
Less than half of people who need HIV treatment receive it

About 17 million people living with HIV are receiving antiretroviral therapy, 20 million are not.

Special Features
17 days ago
Sentenced twice over
Sentenced twice over

To end Aids, we must talk about the rape of men in detention and what can be done to prevent this, writes Prince Nare.

Opinion
20 days ago
Nxasana ventures into private education with a new company
Nxasana ventures into private education with a new company

Taking charge of an institution in the eye of the storm, would faze a lesser man, but not Sizwe Nxasana.

Opinion
20 days ago
Home Affairs looking at refugees in a new light
Home Affairs looking at refugees in a new light

Our most frequent visitors are from neighbours in Africa; our migration policies still favour former colonial powers; thousands ...

Opinion
25 days ago
Zikalala in the driving seat
Zikalala in the driving seat

The new MEC will use his portfolio to empower black people, writes Mayibongwe Maqhina.

Opinion
25 days ago
Mthembu… an SACP man first
Mthembu… an SACP man first

New Agriculture and Rural Development MEC, Themba Mthembu, won’t tone down criticism, he tells Mayibongwe Maqhina.

Opinion
30 days ago
Cutting through to humane choices
Cutting through to humane choices

Heroic young South African doctor Mohammed Dalwai tells Janet Smith why his organisation, Doctors Without Borders, has decided ...

Opinion
30 days ago
How Nkosi Johnson's story inspired us all
How Nkosi Johnson's story inspired us all

When the International Aids Conference was held for the first time on African soil 16 years ago, 11-year-old Nkosi Johnson ...