An HIV/Aids activist is using her experience to establish rural support groups for HIV positive people including teenagers, born and living with the virus.
Labour unions representing workers in different sectors such as mining, retail and farming have launched an HIV response campaign named Qina Msebenzi Uphile.
Human Right activist and Treatment Action Campaign’s Deputy General Secretary, Vuyokazi Gonyela, has called on government to address the stigma and discrimination perpetuated towards people living with HIV.
Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize says the stigma attached to HIV /Aids is still a major concern which discourages many people to get tested.
War of words have erupted between the Department of Health in the Free State and HIV/AIDS NGO Positive Action Campaign.
Researchers at the Africa Health Research Institute are conducting a new long-term study in one of the global epicentres of the HIV/Aids pandemic, at Hlabisa on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast.
The Eastern Cape government aims to reduce HIV/AIDS infections and trace patients who have defaulted on their treatment.
South Africans living with HIV/Aids are continuing to live longer than before.
South African HIV/AIDS activists have started arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, ahead of the 22nd International AIDS Conference.
HIV/Aids has had far reaching socio-economic consequences in South Africa, however research indicates that the rate at which the pandemic is infecting the population is slowing down.