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South Africa: Number of HIV+ Babies Born in SA Less Than Half UK Guardian's

PRETORIA, 6 September 2016 (allAfrica) - An old figure quoted by the UK's Guardian newspaper overstates the share of HIV+ mothers transmitting the virus to their babies in South Africa. Reporting on Mothers to Mothers, a non-profit support group for HIV positive mothers, the Guardian's Global Development network for professional reported that "in South Africa, mother-to-child transmission of HIV has fallen to 3.5%".The Guardian

Positive Talk Live Chat: The Cheating quandary!!!!

SAfAIDS Media Desk, 19 August 2016 - Against the backdrop of many reported cases of partner cheating that are being witnessed on a day today basis, Positive Talk Live Chat put this issue for discussion in order to bring to light why the trend seem to be increasing at an alarming rate. It was revealed that in the modern day, cheating has taken a whole new twist, whereby it is much harder to catch a cheating spouse because they don't have to stay out late making an excuse.

SAfAIDS Giving a voice to young people at the National Youth Games

CHINHOYI, 18 August 2016 - SAfAIDS is continuing with exhibitions, edutainment activities, one on one sessions and group interactions with young people at the National Youth games in Chinhoyi. SAfAIDS is one of the major stakeholders who took part in the Youth in Sports conference that took place on Wednesday the 17th of August at the Chinhoyi University of Technology.

UN High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment meets in South Africa

GENEVA, 12 August 2016 (UN Women) - The UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, together with UN Women, Oxfam and the University of the Witwatersrand, hosted a two-day regional consultation themed “Making Economies Work for Women in the South: What Will it Take?” in Johannesburg, South Africa on 11 and 12 August.

Hormonal contraception and the risk of HIV acquisition in women

GENEVA, 11 August 2016 (WHO) - For the past 25 years, there has been mixed evidence as to whether use of hormonal contraceptive methods (particularly depot medroxyprogesterone acetate [DMPA]) is associated with a woman’s risk of acquiring HIV.

Africa: The Next 16 Years

GENEVA, 10 August 2016 (allAfrica) - The historic return of the International AIDS Conference to Durban was a moment to celebrate the advances made against the AIDS epidemic in the last 16 years as well as to contemplate the journey ahead. Perhaps more than any other 16 years in history, the period between AIDS 2000 and AIDS 2016 teaches us how much we can achieve if we galvanize the power of humanity for a cause.

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