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In 2013 a study found that only 32% of South Africans said homosexuality should be accepted by society.10 A more recent study in 2016 found 55% of South Africans would accept a gay family member; 51% said gay people should have the same human rights as others; and two thirds supported keeping the constitutional protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.11 However, the same study also found that 72% of people said same-sex sexual activity was morally wrong.
18% either had, or would consider, verbally abusing someone who is not gender conforming – and nearly 10% had, or would consider, physically abusing them.12 South Africa remains the only country in sub-Saharan Africa where gay rights are formally recognised.13 Moreover, national policies strongly emphasise equity, social justice and forbid discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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From 2002 to 2012, HIV prevalence declined among children, due mainly to programmes to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT).30 The scaling up of antiretroviral treatment (ART) has reduced child mortality by 20%.
Sexual partnering between young women and older men, who might have acquired HIV from women of a similar age, is a key factor driving transmission.Seeking to undo years of racial inequality - when whites were almost guaranteed employment and housing under apartheid - the ruling African National Congress (ANC) government introduced laws that promoted employment for blacks and aimed to give them a greater share of the economy.The squatter camp in Munsieville, near Johannesburg, is one of 80 across South Africa.I'll tell you straight: it's because he's more stoked.He's not jaded, not cynical, not one to rest on his laurels.