1 June 2017 - This day on South African calendar, marked the death of the country’s famous child, an Aids activist Nkosi Johnson.
26 July 2016 - A Malawian man, who featured in a BBC story as being involved in an initiation ceremony to "cleanse" young girls by having sex with them, has been arrested.
EDITORIAL, 23 May 2016 – The decision by the Harare Municipality to embark on a mandatory HIV testing of pupils in all council-run primary schools as part of a health education, is ill-conceived and could entrench stigma and traumatise those suspected to be infected.
31 January 2016 - The African Network for the Care of Children Affected by HIV/Aids (ANECCA) has secured a $3.6m (about Shs 12.5bn) funding from the Global Fund.
24 January 2016 - Women's rights activists have criticised a South African municipality for a scholarship programme that funds studies for young women if they can prove they are virgins.
14 January 2016- Traditional practices in Malawi that had disappeared such as 'fish for sex' are gradually resurfacing, much to the alarm of those working on the national HIV response.
December 10 2015 - “On the way to N. I met a man standing alone in a tree plantation. He greeted me with a Swahili slogan “Mambo?” I answered “Poa”. He asked “Can you come with me so that I escort you to your home?” I agreed and we started to walk. Suddenly, he took out a knife and requested me to put off my clothes and lay down on the ground. I started to cry. He started to beat me with a stick, and forcing me to take my clothes off. He kicked me, I felt down and he started to rape me. He warned me not to tell it to anyone - he said that if I tell this to people he will kill me and chop my body into pieces. Then I got up and walked home. When I arrived at home, my aunt asked me why I delayed at the shop. I told her that the shop was closed. Although I had terrible pains, I didn’t say anything.” (Girl, then 10 years old in Primary School).
30 July 2015 – Opinion piece
His 13-year-old eyes look tired as he stands under a tree waiting for our appointment. Wearing worn-out and torn grey trousers and a blue shirt, being barefoot, the boy nervously fumbles with a plastic tag between his fingers.
14 September 2012 - Uganda started its Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV program in 2000. However, twelve years later, 65 babies are being born daily infected with HIV, 80,000 children living with HIV are not accessing ARVs though they are readily available in the country.
26 July 2012 - Opinion / Remarks by Stephen Lewis, Co-Director of AIDS-Free World, at the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) Session at the XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC, July 22, 2012
Selection of documentaries on key Child Rights issues in Africa from various sources.