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    HIV/AIDS in South Africa South Africa’s HIV/AIDS percentage raised to 18 percent of the population. AIDS in South Africa is more prevalent than anywhere else in the world. The high percentage of HIV/AIDS has several different causes including: poor hygiene, poor medical practices, and sex trafficking. These infections are not only a problem for adults, but children have been having to raise themselves because their parents are not alive anymore. South Africa needs to improve the health care…

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    The differing social classes in South Africa have caused major problems, apartheid being the worst of them. These issues are present in the cultural book, “No Witchcraft for Sale”. The issues of apartheid and social classes were almost completely nullified by Nelson Mandela’s work as the first ever black president in South Africa. The illustration of this issue is worth evaluating in the book “No Witchcraft for Sale”. The social classes in South Africa differ greatly in how they operate and…

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    knew they had problems within their government, such as their severely decreasing economic ability to provide to their citizens, but on one predicted that their problems would lead to the soviet’s collapse. This collapse could not be seen as a victory for the West for various reasons that included unemployment, lack of currency, and inflation. Unemployment rates skyrocketed since all of their employment opportunities were owned and operated by the Soviet Government and the Soviet currency had…

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    Effects of Fear on Apartheid South Africa In the novel Cry, The Beloved Country, Alan Paton shows how fear between races was a substantial issue in apartheid-era South Africa. Paton offers a stunningly harsh and realistic view of racial fear and the harmful effects it has on everyone. In South Africa at that time, unfortunately, racial segregation was legal and the native Blacks were treated differently from the white Afrikaners. Their unequal treatment led to fear and resentment of one…

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    Introduction South Africa has the largest number of HIV infections, with approximately 6.4 million people living with HIV ( Shisana O et al., 2014) and 29.5% (National Department of Health, 2014) of this part were pregnant women. Figure 1 (Barron et al., 2013) showed prevalence of HIV infection among pregnant women from 1990 and 2010. From 2002 to 2012, HIV prevalence decreased among children (Avert, 2015). However, there were 9% of newly infected with HIV live in South Africa in 2011 (UNAIDS,…

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    Nelson Mandela: Voice of Human Rights Every morning when a black person wakes up in South Africa they count their blessings. Over the course of several decades blacks gained freedom and rights their ancestors could only have dreamed of. One man, Nelson Mandela, changed the lives of millions of people throughout South Africa. His visions have inspired many countries throughout the world to create a more equal way of life for all people. Biographical Information Nelson Mandela, or know in the…

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    Indians, South Africans, and African Americans gain their freedom in numerous ways that are inspirational to the current generation who are slowly reliving the history. Indian and South Africans had to gain their freedom from foreigners in their country. African Americans had freedom in their country but did not have equal respect or equal freedom as Whites in United States. Indians, South Africans, and African Americans had similar struggles for their freedom in their country. They all went…

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    Nelson Mandela’s fight against apartheid rule. More interestingly, this book explains how he used rugby to win the fight. Apartheid rule was the separation of people by race in South Africa. This prevented a lot of the black population in South Africa from having the same opportunities as the white people. Black South Africans were not getting fair job opportunities or proper education. There was a man that saw these problems, however, and wanted to fix the problems by unifying the races.…

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    Mandela, the first official president of South Africa, speaks to a country which has suffered apartheid and turns a new leaf toward democracy. In this celebratory event, Mandela uses parallel structure, pathos, inductive reasoning, and other rhetorical devices to aid his speech to give South African strength and hope, commemorates the nation’s route to democracy, and to show gratitude to the contributors to the democracy. For example, Mandela commemorates the nation’s route to democracy through…

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    Africa, the second most populous continent in the world with about one billion people, and over one thousand languages spoken. This level of cultural splendor and beauty can only found in Africa. The home to the world’s largest land animals, the world’s tallest animal, the fastest land animal, the world’s largest reptile, the world’s largest primate. Home to the Pharaonic civilization which is one of the world’s oldest and longest-lasting civilizations. Housing over 30% of the earth’s remaining…

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