When Babalwa Mbono tested positive for HIV in Cape Town, South Africa, 15 years ago, she saw it as a death sentence for herself and the child she was carrying.
Ambassador Deborah L. Birx has one of the most important jobs in the world. She oversees the U.S. initiative to end AIDS — the largest commitment by any nation to combat a single disease in history.
A magistrate's court in the southern Africa country of Zambia has imprisoned two men over accusations of being gay and practicing homosexuality.
Rougue soilders force sex workers to give unpaid sex as rewared for carrying out 2017 coup that toppled Robert Mugabe from power.
A Johns Hopkins-led study suggests HIV testing in a South African emergency department is an effective strategy to identify patients missed by current testing initiatives.
Since 2013, the Hwange Colliery Company Limited, Zimbabwe’s biggest coal miner, has not bothered to pay wages to its 3400 workers, thus forcing 200 workers to share one toilet .