South Africa Marks 25 Years of AIDS Treatment, in Midst of Global Pandemic

June 22, 2020 10:27 AM
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The AIDS pandemic cut a deadly path through South Africa, leaving the nation with the world's highest burden of the disease. But 25 years ago, new, promising medications -- which later made their way to South Africa – first emerged, providing hope in the fight against the HIV virus. VOA's Anita Powell speaks to those who have been part of South Africa’s struggle against AIDS.

Camera: Zaheer Cassim