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Deepening Concern Over Gay Murders

Duduzile Zozo, a 26-year-old lesbian, is the latest person to die a violent death only because she had a different sexual orientation. Her...

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SAVING BABIES

With only 68% of HIV-exposed infants receiving ARVs for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) in 2010, HIV remains one of the...

Cash for Circumcision Campaign

South Africa’s medical male circumcision (MMC) drive has received a major boost from the United States government to the tune of R100...

Mobilising for the Female Condom

It’s been three decades since HIV was first discovered and throughout this time there has been only one female-controlled prevention...

Key Populations – Bridging the Gaps

The National Strategic Plan (NSP) 2012 – 2016 is guided by evidence from various reports, including the Know Your Epidemic (KYE) report...

A Body to Address Social and Structural Drivers of Infection

Anyone working in HIV knows that factors such as increased rural to urban migration, poverty, gender-based violence, inter-generational...

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Launching Interventions for Mobile Men and Migrants

The National Strategic Plan (NSP) on HIV, STIs & TB (2012–2016) acknowledges the need to focus on mobile and migrant populations when...

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Teeing Off for a Good Cause

SANAC’s Sports, Arts & Culture (SAC) Sector, in partnership with Spot Media Events and Marketing – a private company that is also a...

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Hopes for a Cure: Promising New Findings in HIV Research

Although much progress has been made in preventing and treating HIV infection, critical challenges in our response to the HIV epidemic...

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Traditional Initiation Deaths – One Man’s Views

Rev. Mbulelo Dyasi, co-ordinator of SANAC’s Men’s Sector, laments the deaths that have come to characterise the traditional initiation...