SAfAIDS and Centre for Positive Care held a two days workshop from the 30 - 31 March 2015 at CASA Grande conference centre near Brits Town. The workshop was attended by 34 (20 females and 14 males) out of school youth from different farms and villages of Brits town.  The purpose of the workshop was to build capacity of YPiSA on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) and HIV prevention.

The SAfAIDS “I Know, Do you Know?” Campaign for #EndingAdolescentsAIDS in South Africa is targeted at generating increased debate and discussion on the importance of knowing one’s HIV status as an entry point for HIV prevention, treatment, adherence, care and psycho-social support. The campaign will serve as a platform to mobilize Adolescents to take up HIV testing and treatment, encourage uptake of other combination prevention programmes like Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision and offer Psychosocial support associated with adolescent disclosure as well as provision of family planning services for those who require them.

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