South Africa’s Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said the government plans to lower the nation’s rate of new HIV cases to zero in the next 20 years, reports. Motlanthe also said that the country aims to end preventable AIDS-related deaths and to fight against discrimination associated with HIV and tuberculosis. The country has set shorter-term goals of reducing HIV cases by half in the next five years.

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