The Department of International Relations and Cooperation is investigating allegations that South Africans working at the Libyan embassy in Pretoria were pressured to test and reveal their HIV status after asking to be tested for COVID-19.
A recent announcement about a vaginal ring to prevent HIV has AIDS activists and women’s sexual and reproductive health advocates excited. But where would this ring fit in South Africa’s HIV prevention programme? Amy Green investigates.
The new Executive Director of UNAIDS Winnie Byanyima was in Soshanguve, a township north of Pretoria, on Friday for a clinic visit, a town hall engagement with the local community, and to partake in activities of a new clinic monitoring project.
[caption id="attachment_6210" align="alignright" width="300"] Michel Sidibe at the civil society march held at Durban 2016.[/caption] By 23 leading women activists Note: This op-ed is adapted from a letter sent by…