See why HIV prevention runs into trouble in South Africa

DURBAN, South Africa—Where Zuma Mabuza lives, in KwaZulu–Natal, getting HIV—the human immunodeficiency virus—can feel inevitable. “If people in the community talk about HIV, the conversation is usually about which treatment options are best,” says Mabuza, a 28-year-old woman who sells used clothes to provide for her young daughter. Mabuza is not her real name; we […]
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