Home > Medical > HIV/Aids > The South African culture The South African culture 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 Thinness associated with HIV/Aids A new study has found that black women in South Africa would rather be overweight than thin for fear that people might think they may be suffering from HIV/Aids. DietDoc comments. Aids denialist’s mystery death Even her own daughter's death from Aids couldn't shake Christine Maggiore's denialist views on HIV. Now, with her own death, an era of fervent Aids denial may have run its course. Sociocultural aspects of HIV/AIDS South Africa is considered to be one of the countries worst affected by HIV/Aids in the world. Certain sociocultural factors have been identified as responsible. 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 Aids at the office HIV/Aids is rife in the workplace and economists reckon it will cost the South African economy billions. Whether you are an employer or an employee, you can make a difference. How HIV drains our pockets To help company owners confront the HIV epidemic through the eyes of their staff, Metropolitan Employee Benefits has compiled a hard-hitting report. Understanding HIV stigma essential There is a need for more effective interventions in dealing with HIV/Aids stigma as education is not enough, says a recent report by the Human Sciences Research Council. HIV danger to migrant workers The lives of migrant labourers in South Africa with regards to HIV/Aids has become an issue of concern, according to recent studies. HIV/Aids takes our matrics Despite the fact that many South African children have access to primary school, the impact of the HIV/Aids pandemic on education means that few will make it as far as matric. 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.