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.
Some of the more commonly used terms likely to be used in the discussions at this week’s International Aids Conference
One of Nelson Mandela’s greatest comrades and a true South African revolutionary hero, Laloo ‘Isu’ Chiba, talks about his life
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba released the Green Paper on International Migration.
People with both HIV and TB infections at the same time have a high risk of dying
It is clear that the global rhetoric around the current “end of Aids” needs to be matched with an equally robust reality ...
We cannot rely on a cure to see an end to epidemic, warns expert
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks to Independent Media's foreign editor, Shannon Ebrahim, on India-South Africa ...
About 17 million people living with HIV are receiving antiretroviral therapy, 20 million are not
To end Aids, we must talk about the rape of men in detention and what can be done to prevent this, writes Prince Nare
Taking charge of an institution in the eye of the storm, would faze a lesser man, but not Sizwe Nxasana
Our most frequent visitors are from neighbours in Africa; our migration policies still favour former colonial powers; thousands ...
The new MEC will use his portfolio to empower black people, writes Mayibongwe Maqhina