How South Africa is reducing Aids suffering

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South Africa has the largest number of people living with HIV and Aids in the world.

But thanks to changes in the way those affected are treated, there is at least one care centre in Johannesburg where children are no longer dying from Aids.

The BBC's Milton Nkosi went to visit the centre, and later spoke to health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, who has been widely credited with bringing about the changes.

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