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'Army of orphans': The price of S.Africa's AIDS scourge

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Ndumiso Gamede was orphaned when his parents died at the peak of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa. He was left to raise his two young brothers -- a gruelling battle against isolation, stigma and poverty. The plight of South Africa's AIDS orphans remains a stain on a country that has made huge inroads into epidemic.
Published 2 months ago · South Africa

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'Army of orphans': The price of S.Africa's AIDS scourge

At the age of 13, Ndumiso Gamede was orphaned when his parents died at the peak of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa.

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'Army of orphans': The price of South Africa's AIDS scourge

At the age of 13, Ndumiso Gamede was orphaned when his parents died at the peak of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa.

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