Beetroot for AIDS: Fighting denialism in Mbeki’s South Africa

Beetroot for AIDS: Fighting denialism in Mbeki’s South Africa


Anna Zieminski/Getty THE 1990s brought democracy to South Africa – but also an explosion in HIV infections. More than 1.5 million of my country’s 38-million population were infected with HIV when apartheid ended and Nelson Mandela came to power in 1994. By 2000, 1 in 5 pregnant women were HIV-positive, with about 70,000 infected babies born each year. Under Mandela,
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