A recent study of HIV/Aids coverage in the South African media reveals a shift away from sensationalist writing towards a more human rights-orientated standard of reporting.
With the South African government’s robust new policy on curbing the HIV/Aids pandemic, the long-dormant South African National Aids Council, headed by new CEO Dr Nono Simelela, is now flexing its muscle.
South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research has developed a low-cost method of manufacturing the antiretrovirals used to treat HIV/Aids, paving the way for more extensive HIV treatment across Africa.
The educational power of the board game is being unleashed thanks to nifty creations by Afro Games – a one-man company that tackles pertinent social issues using customised games.
Angola's new government is promising better health facilities at both primary and secondary care levels, as well as to reduce the prevalence of HIV/Aids over the next four years.
An innovative new campaign using animated characters to communicate the HIV/Aids message to young South Africans promises to be both educational and entertaining.
Once a neglected dumpsite, the Siyakhana food garden has blossomed to play a vital role in meeting the nutritional needs of a handful of non-profit organisations that care for growing children as well as adults living with HIV/Aids.