Professor Deenan Pillay explains the importance of this new research venture to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and the world.
MSF explains how its Adherence Club model of care is helping stable patients achieve the viral suppression that will drastically ...
It’s an ambitious testing, treatment and viral suppression target, a speedy scaling up of services that lays the groundwork to ending the epidemic.
As 18 000 people gather for #AIDS2016, the prospect of a cure is plausible enough that it is attracting increasing amounts ...
The 21st International AIDS Conference has officially opened in Durban, calling for eradication of the deadly pandemic by 2030.
Chikwe Ihekweazu relives his experience from 2000, when the International Aids Conference was last hosted in South Africa.
Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, lay counsellors have played a crucial role in providing testing and counselling services in health facilities [VIDEO].
Professor Mzi Nduna tells Candice Bailey why the International AIDS Conference is more than a "talk shop".
A video encompassing Médecins Sans Frontières' main advocacy asks at #AIDS2016.
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.