2021 Aids Conference | 40 years since first cases reported

2021 Aids Conference | 40 years since first cases reported

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2021-12-07 09:04:00 AM

2021 Aids Conference | 40 years since first cases reported

Over 4,000 young women in Sub-Sahara are infected with HIV every week. At the same time, testing has dropped by 41 percent on the continent due to lockdown restrictions.

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Still no cure And so many advancements have simce been made to fight AIDS. So many people live way healthy lives now. I really doubt they'll ever be a cure.

David Mabuza to reaffirm African unity in Aids conference addressDeputy President David Mabuza is expected to reaffirm SA’s commitment to greater unity of the African continent at the 21st International Conference on Aids and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA)

David Mabuza to reaffirm African unity in Aids conference addressDeputy President David Mabuza is expected to reaffirm SA’s commitment to greater unity of the African continent at the 21st International Conference on Aids and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA) The DIRCO_ZA & HomeAffairsSA must immediately implement visa requirements on the following countries: 1 Somalia 2 Ethiopia 3 Zimbabwe 4 Mozambique 5 Nigeria 6 Malawi 7 Congo 8 Ghana 9 Build wall between Zim & RSA!!! PutSouthAficansFirst

SA women’s life expectancy likely to drop further in 2021 due to Covid-19: StudySA women's life expectancy dropped by a year in 2020 and is likely to fall further in 2021 because of Covid-19, according to a new article in the SA Medical Journal by experts. No it’ll be actually due to this in vain vaccine 💉 COVID issa myth Totally it the woman that are running to get the vax and little do they know it's the woman the government has targeted why are we so stupid my body my right not to vax What a painful virus we going through

WELLNESS: The year 2021: A crisis of meaningTerms like “existential crisis”, “spiritual intelligence” and “self-awareness” have gained traction with the impact of Covid-19 and a growing consciousness of the precarious state of the earth.

Tearful reunions, comebacks and pop freedom: that was showbiz 2021From awards and split-ups to new albums and goodbyes, here are the year’s top stories

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