Editorial

The madness and evil of Manto and Thabo meets the madness and evil of Bathabile and Jacob

The madness and evil of Manto and Thabo meets the madness and evil of Bathabile and Jacob

By Anso Thom Having reported with many journalist colleagues on the darkest days on former President Thabo Mbeki and his health minister

South Africa: Sexual violence in Platinum Mining Belt a major driver of HIV

Press Release By Medecins Sans Frontieres Seattle/Rustenburg – New analysis of data detailing the extent of sexual violence in the
Talking to teens about sex and protection

Talking to teens about sex and protection

By Nomatter Ndebele - It was business as usual at the International Aids conference in Durban in July 2016 The South African Minister of
Return of the quacks

Return of the quacks

By Anso Thom - For a long time, South Africa has been a country where charlatans are able to flourish and peddle dangerous remedies for all
Editorial: Three months to get it right

Editorial: Three months to get it right

Delays at the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) has meant that the new NSP (National Strategic Plan) will now only be ready in
No end to AIDS without the beginning of a new world

No end to AIDS without the beginning of a new world

Open Letter to AIDS Activists across the Globe - By Mark Heywood
Spotlight’s top 8 highlights of AIDS 2016

Spotlight’s top 8 highlights of AIDS 2016

By Marcus Louw - As the dust settles in Durban and the circus moves on, we reflect on a few of the bigger moments of AIDS 2016 Below are

Stigma and shame still shrouds HIV amongst key populations

By Ntsiki Mpulo - Key populations including sex workers, men who have sex with men and injecting drug users are still marginalised and

New Emergency, New urgency

By Nomatter Ndebele - Following a 10 000-strong activist march on the first day of the International AIDS conference in Durban, the
AIDS 2016: Treatment, Prevention & Non-Discrimination is Still Our Human Right

AIDS 2016: Treatment, Prevention & Non-Discrimination is Still Our Human Right

Speech delivered by Nkhensani Mavasa, Chairperson of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), at the opening of the 21st International AIDS
AIDS 2016: Protecting Human Rights and Reducing Stigma

AIDS 2016: Protecting Human Rights and Reducing Stigma

Read the opening speech of the Durban International AIDS Conference by Justice Edwin Cameron

Editor’s note: Welcome to the first edition of Spotlight

Welcome to the first edition of Spotlight Spotlight is the new identity of the NSP Review You can follow Spotlight on twitter at
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