The South African National AIDS Council says there’s been a reduction in the number of new HIV infections among young girls in South Africa.
AmaZulu King Goodwill Zwelithini says illegal initiation schools pose a big threat to the cultural practice of circumcision in the country.
Ensuring that people and communities have the power to choose, to know, to thrive and to demand is the key to ending AIDS
KwaZulu-Natal has made huge strides in eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV from about 20% in 2009 to about 1% currently.
Leading healthcare organisation The Aurum Institute says the impact of the country’s HIV/AIDS response would be greater if the number of new HIV infections was reduced and the focus put on key populations which are most at risk.