Criminalizing HIV transmission vs fanning already raging discrimination fires

When a Law criminalizes the transmission of the Human Immuno-difiency Virus (HIV), is it a fair and just law? Does the law imply criminal intent in not knowing one's status?  Is this law fully compatible with anti-discrimination and privacy/status disclosure provisions of the Constitution?

Here are some varied perspectives from Zimbabwe and beyond:

Our Gratitude to Honey & Blanckenberg for Sponsorship

ZimLII extends gratitude to renowned legal firm, Honey & Blanckenberg for their very generous donation to the Institute. Their support goes a long way in ensuring sustainability of the Institute. With the continued support of benefactors like Honey & Blanckenberg, we will strive to continue providing free, full open access to law for the public; increasing legal awareness, promoting the rule of law and safeguarding justice for all.



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