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28 June 2017

South African Voices HIV Museum Launched at UKZN

Guests, staff and students attended the launch of the South African Voices HIV Museum located at the Howard College campus library.

The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) HIV and AIDS Programme has launched a satellite of the popular SA Voices HIV Museum.

Located in the EG Malherbe Library Foyer at Howard College campus, the HIV-friendly, free, educational hub for UKZN students and staff was launched on the eve of this year’s South African AIDS Conference on 12 June.


South African Voices documents a critical and defining chapter in our collective journey to overcome HIV in South Africa.  The SA Voices HIV Museum exhibition was created and launched as a legacy project in July 2016 on the occasion of the 21st International AIDS Conference held in Durban.  Located at eThekwini’s KwaMuhle Museum, this SA Voices flagship was a first for South Africa and continues to be a popular destination for both tourists and the South African public.  To date over 18 000 people have visited South African Voices, 60% of whom are South African youth.

Heustice explains, ‘Our journey with HIV is far from over in South Africa.  As a result, SA Voices is a platform for an ever-evolving collection of stories, histories, community and public sector responses that explore the lived human experience of the South African HIV pandemic.’

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