Mandela: halting new HIV infections key
By CELEAN JACOBSON, Associated Press Writer
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – The world must not grow complacent aboutbecause the number of new HIV infections still outpaces the number of those being treated for the disease, former South African President said at a benefit concert Saturday.
Since stepping down as‘s first black president in 1999, Mandela, whose son died from the disease, has championed the cause of people with AIDS. On Saturday, he drew a crowd of about 15,000 to his fifth international awareness concert, held this year to coincide with .