Once again, this month Zimbabwean government had to come forth to refute some charlatan’s claim that he has found a cure for AIDS, and he is willing to share this medical miracle with one and all – provided of course that they pay him money.
Kanya Mabuza, national executive director for the National Emergency Response Council on HIV and AIDS (NERCHA) felt compelled to counter news reports of a traditional healer’s purported cure before the matter got out of hand.
The author argues that, “…truly desperate people are the ones who turn to such tonics. This is not medicine but faith healing in which the faith of a person does the healing.”
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