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International Feature - HIV/AIDS
Lifeline Soweto  Enterprise

In places like Soweto in South Africa, where HIV-AIDS infects about 20 per cent of the population, the efforts of NGOs and volunteers to bring comfort and healing to the afflicted often goes unheralded.

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“My mother died in hospital. She was HIV-positive; I was seven. I had an HIV test when I was eight; I was positive. Now, the other children don’t want to play with me. They don’t want to talk to me.”