South African HIV patients demand better care

South Africa has the highest number of HIV cases in the world, with an estimated seven million people infected.

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    South Africa has the highest number of HIV cases in the world, with an estimated seven million people infected.

    Poor education, a lack of youth-friendly services and stigma are partly to blame for a rise in infection and death rates.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Ekurhuleni, South Africa


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