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Curbing TB in SA’s prisons a priority

F THE government wants to curb the unchecked spread of tuberculosis (TB) in its prisons, it doesn’t have to look far. Paul Silver, a US prison architect living in Johannesburg, helped to reduce the TB epidemic in New York’s Rikers Island prison by constructing specially designed cells where the TB bacteria could not survive.

Sexuality and Religion in the Time of AIDS

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African Regional Sexuality Resource Centre
A presentation made at the March 2005 Understanding Human Sexuality Seminar.

It is undeniable that Christian churches have made a big contribution towards shaping attitudes around sexuality.