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KHAYELITSHA, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 18:  Nozuko Dlala, age 28, cries as a nurse prepares to take her 6-month old daughter to hospital on September 18, 1999 in Kahyelitsha, a the biggest township outside Cape Town, South Africa. Nozuko and her baby are both infected with HIV. Its estimated that about one thousand South African's are infected a day and that about five million of the population are infected. .Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson/ Agentur Focus......
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