We look back on this day in history and remember the people and events that shaped the world we live in today.
Musa Mseleku – who is looking to have a 5th wife – says there is a difference between being a polygamist and having multiple sexual partners.
We look back on this day in world and South African history, remembering the people and events that shaped the world we live in today.
After 13 seasons, ‘Takalani Sesame’ has kept pace with the times, and maintained relevance and a deep connection with each new generation.
The Instagram model Gena Tew, who’s reportedly been linked to celebrities such as Nick Cannon and Chris Brown doesn’t know who gave HIV/AIDS.
UNAIDS report, titled ‘In Danger’ shows new HIV infections fell just 3.6% between 2020 and 2021, the smallest annual drop since 2016
‘Invasive. Do other people go around telling others that they’ve diabetes & hypertension?’: one tweep asked about the show ‘Yes, I Have HIV’.
SAHPRA has made a breakthrough in HIV treatment for positive infants and young children by registering new ARVs.
The whopping $547m (R8.8bn) from the Global Fund is earmarked for programmes tasked with eradicating HIV/Aids, Malaria and TB.
From the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, as fear and isolation spread, Dave Perruzza had one thought – he had seen it before.
Today, there are 1.2 million people in the US living with the disease, but “we celebrate the remarkable gains we have made,” – the White House
In light of World Aids Day, here are some recent innovations that are empowering HIV+ people to live fulfilled lives.
World Aids Day is observed on 1 December, here is everything you need to know from symptoms to prevention tips.
Ahead of World Aids Day tomorrow, a 40-year timeline takes a look at the deadly condition and how COVID-19 has impacted it.
A 30-year-old woman has been called a beacon of hope after her body cleared itself from HIV without any medication.
There has also been a worrying rise in new HIV infections, mostly prevalent among teenage girls and young women between the ages of 15 and 24.
British pop star and actor Will Young reveals he experienced ‘gay shame’ when he was six years old and emphasises that ‘parents need to sort their sh*t out’.
Parliament’s portfolio committee on basic education has heard disturbing statistics on HIV infection among girls and young women in SA.
Award-winning singer Dua Lipa is ‘surprised and horrified’ by DaBaby’s recent on-stage comments about HIV/Aids.