Special investigation: Claims of 90-90-90 success in KZN districts were premature

Special investigation: Claims of 90-90-90 success in KZN districts were premature

Last year KwaZulu-Natal celebrated three districts’ achievement of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets. But celebrations may have been premature, as new data shows that no district in KZN in fact met the targets. Spotlight visited one of the districts to investigate.

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OPINION: Community-led monitoring is a breakthrough in our HIV response

OPINION: Community-led monitoring is a breakthrough in our HIV response

Thanks to community-led monitoring in South Africa, we now have the data to back up the stories we have all heard about – early morning queues that last all day long when clinics fail to open on time and then also close early, writes Anele Yawa and Lotti Rutter.

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Nuances in SA’s HIV Epidemic: Seven Graphs that Tell the Story

Nuances in SA’s HIV Epidemic: Seven Graphs that Tell the Story

Over the last decade there have been significant decreases in the rates of new HIV infections, HIV-related deaths, and mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) in South Africa. Yet, there are still staggering gaps between different subsets of the population.

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