WORLDVIEW: AIDs time bomb – blind eye to “cultural” sex habits, infections soar

In the 1990s, futurists warned that HIV was SA’s ticking time bomb. While antiretrovirals have slashed the death rate, with infections still mushrooming there is a growing burden on an increasingly beleaguered Treasury.

In the 1990s, futurists warned that HIV was SA’s ticking time bomb. While antiretrovirals have slashed the death rate, with infections still mushrooming there is a growing burden on an increasingly beleaguered Treasury.

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