S. African President Praises Country’s HIV/AIDS Policies In National Speech

South African news outlets report on President Jacob Zuma’s mention of HIV/AIDS policies in his State of the Nation address.

SAPA/Independent Online: Zuma proud of HIV/AIDS turnaround
“A turnaround in South Africa’s HIV and AIDS policies was a great achievement by the country’s government, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday. ‘The HIV and AIDS turnaround is one of the biggest achievements of this administration and we are used as a model country by the United Nations AIDS programs,’ Zuma said during his State of the Nation address…” (2/13).

SouthAfrica.info: SA to expand HIV treatment program
“South Africa aims to increase the number of people on its state antiretroviral (ARV) treatment program to at least 4.6 million people over the next five years, says President Jacob Zuma…” (2/14).

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