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Sugar brought a rush of people and prosperity to the drab highway stop in southern Zambia they now call "Sweet Town" - and with that trade came AIDS. more

Zambia

British soul singer and actress, Beverley Knight MBE, has been announced as a Patron of the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity, Terrence Higgins Trust. A vocal supporter of HIV awareness and the work of Terrence Higgins Trust following the more

Health

The next time you do it, do it with a condom more

Health

Paul Steinberg, Lead Commissioner of the London HIV Prevention Programme, on DO IT London explains why HIV testing rates among Black Africans are low. more

Health

To combat rising HIV rates, a new campaign has launched in London this summer. Around 110,000 people are now living with HIV in the UK, which is almost double the figure of just a decade ago. more

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I'm celebrating my resolve to live with this damn virus all these many years without letting it define who I am. Here's a quick sketch of my journey from the first day I tested positive, some 15 years ago. more

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South African actress - Lesego Motsepe who announced on World AIDS Day 2011 that she was HIV Positive has been found dead in her home in Randburg, Johannesburg. more

South Africa

In belief that Western lifestyle risks destroying family units, the Ugandan parliament has taken a tougher stance and passed a bill that punishes certain acts of homosexuality with life in prison. Under existing legislation, homosexual acts are more

Uganda

More people are affected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa than any other country in the world. 85,000 are affected with HIV/AIDS in the UK, but UN figures reveal almost 6 million are affected in South Africa. 28% of those are school-aged girls. more

South Africa

The African Health Policy Network launched a Call to Action on the rights and needs of African women living with HIV in the UK, on International Women’s Day. more

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