HIV battle hurt by own success

5 months ago | September 9, 2018

HIV battle hurt by own success

Shamiso Yikoniko The global effort to fight HIV and Aids is in danger of losing ground due to “dangerous complacency” ...

The unaccounted for generation

Emmanuel Kafe In a village in Nyazura in Manicaland, young children indulge in role-playing games – commonly ...

5 months ago | September 2, 2018

HIV ‘super’ drug experiences hiccups

Shamiso Yikoniko Dolutegravir (DTG), a new anti-retroviral first line drug, has generated a lot of debate leaving ...

6 months ago | July 22, 2018

HIV response penetrates apostolic sects

Despite the strides being made to end Aids by 2030, in some sectors of the Zimbabwean society, religion has become an ...

11 months ago | February 25, 2018

Gold and Love to fight HIV

For the past three decades, the world has been engaged in the fight against HIV and Aids.

1 year ago | November 12, 2017

Leap forward in HIV stigma fight

THE revelation that HIV-positive people who are on effective anti-retroviral therapy cannot transmit the virus when they ...

1 year ago | October 15, 2017

HIV: Breaking new ground – l Declared undetectable, ...

The Centres for Disease Control has declared that HIV patients cannot transmit the virus to sexual partners if they have ...

Boost for HIV self-testing

Sunday Mail Reporters At least 600 000 HIV self-testing kits will be distributed countrywide over the next two years as ...

1 year ago | October 1, 2017

A moonlit intervention for Mat South

Emmanuel Kafe Under the simmering heat of this part of the world, the road winds up and down, turning into sudden ...

1 year ago | September 3, 2017

POC technology makes use of virological testing

DESPITE decreasing rates of mother to child transmission of HIV, each day more than 400 infants are born with HIV and ...

1 year ago | August 20, 2017

Drug-resistant HIV takes centre stage

Forward Nyanyiwa Of late, Government has been making great strides in meeting the WHO 90-90-90 target which states that ...

4 years ago | July 27, 2014

Man gets 80 years for infecting niece with HIV

A Domboshava man was last week sentenced to 80 years in prison for raping and infecting his then nine-year-old niece ...

5 years ago | July 6, 2014

Infant mortality falls, HIV national response hailed

THE number of infants dying before reaching the age of 12 months in Zimbabwe declined by 63,37 percent between 2005 and ...