Home > Medical > HIV/Aids > Different political stances Different political stances All sections in HIV/Aids » About HIV/Aids » Basic Information » Counselling » Political Stances » Disease Prevention » HIV and ... » HIV in the Body » HIV+. what now? » Legal Issues » Management of HIV/Aids » Multimedia » HIV/Aids News » Nutrition and Aids » Real-life Story » Symptoms & Diseases » Testing » The Caregiver » The SA culture » Transmission of HIV » When Aids sets in » Women and HIV Dying for treatment This extract from Nathan Geffen's book describes the events leading up to the start of TAC's civil disobedience campaign. The strange case of Matthias Rath In this extract from Nathan Geffen's book, he describes the bizarre quackery case of Matthias Rath. Weird and wacky Aids quackery In his new book, Nathan Geffen discusses the funny - and the decidedly not funny - sides of Aids quackery. Assess Your HIV risk » Test Your HIV/Aids knowledge » Talk HIV Talk forum » Follow Health24 on Twitter » Finding the cure for Aids HIV/Aids Timeline How things got so bad SA has the worst Aids stats on the planet, while much poorer African countries seem to be doing pretty well – how is this possible? Top 5 challenges for new health boss After years of bad management, the South African health system is in a sorry state. Here is our pick of the top five challenges facing our new health minister. A hot African potato Proposed new laws may provide an uneven playing ground that will help traditional medicines to flourish – whether they work or not. New AIDS vaccine to be tested in SA A new AIDS vaccine against the C-strain of HIV/AIDS claiming thousands of lives in Sub-Saharan Africa, will be tested in South Africa. In preliminary trials HIV drug exploitation? South African taxpayers are shelling out way too much for HIV drugs. Yet the solution to this problem is staring us in the face. Medicines Bill under fire Proposed new laws may keep good pills off the shelves and give the green light to untested ones, critics say. HIV testing of rapists may be introduced Rape survivors may soon be able to apply for a court order to test alleged perpetrators for HIV. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.