March 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: South Africa;Mar2005, p16
Country Report
Country Report
Provides information on the prevalence of HIV infection in South Africa. Percentage of the population affected by HIV, as of March 2005; Estimated number of children who will be orphaned by AIDS; Sectors that are affected by the disease.


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