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DURBAN - 8 April 2016 - Senzo Mchunu (right), the premier for South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province, marches with HIV/Aids activists through the centre of Durban to raise awarenes of the dreaded disease. The march together with other festivities marked 100 days to the beginning of the 21st International Aids Conference, which will be held in Durban from 18 to 22 July 2016. It is the second time the conference is being held in the city. South Africa has the largest number of people living with the disease in the world and one of the largest rates of infection. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
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DURBAN - 8 April 2016 - Senzo Mchunu (right), the premier for South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province, marches with HIV/Aids activists through the centre of Durban to raise awarenes of the dreaded disease. The march together with other festivities marked 100 days to the beginning of the 21st International Aids Conference, which will be held in Durban from 18 to 22 July 2016. It is the second time the conference is being held in the city. South Africa has the largest number of people living with the disease in the world and one of the largest rates of infection. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP