South Africa AIDS graph
There is an excellent article on The Southern Tip which shows in graphs the effects of AIDS in South Africa.
Compared to fifteen years ago, the average South African can expect to live about twelve years less than his/her counterpart from the early 1990s. This is compounded by the fact that during the preceding ten years the average wealth of South Africans reduced as a result of sanctions, boycotts, etc.
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While you’re there check out other articles on this thoughtful opinionated blog.Africa and AIDS : A Weakening Relationship Africa AIDS : Zambia Orphans Lose their Cultural Identity AFRICA: Mind your language – a short guide to HIV/AIDS slang Academic paper: The economic impact of AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, by T. Azomahou HIV and AIDS in Africa