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Women, leprosy and Jesus feminist reconstruction in the context of women with HIV-AIDS in South Africa.
Leprosy in biblical times was a stigmatised skin disease. It was not an easily recognisable skin disease because any skin disease was suspected of being leprosy . However leprosy as a skin disease could not be hidden , ...
Towards a theology of ukugula nokuphumula ngoxolo (sickness unto death and rest in peace) in times of HIV-AIDS with a special reference to Zulu concepts of ukubhula (divination) nokuthakatha (witchcraft)
The driving force behind this study is to unconventionaly state that the cultural anthropological insight of Zulu people and pastoral - theological practice of Christianity can contribute in the sadness caused by mv - AIDS. ...
The stigmatisation of Black South African women around HIV and AIDS with special reference to the Machibisa and Esibusisweni Lutheran congregations (1996-2005)
HIV and AIDS have historically been associated with homosexuality and promiscuity (especially among blacks), evoking blame and stigma. The implication of sex in the spread of HIV and AIDS complicates matters as traditional ...