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SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 5: Sylvia Homble aged 45 from Mahlabla Village in Colana is a 'Izangoma' or Traditional Healer helping the HIV sufferers in Nomkolokotho on December 5, 2003 in South Africa. The AIDS epidemic in South Africa continues to grow with many children being left orphaned and on the streets. The World Health Organization now regards South Africa as the most severely HIV infected country in the world. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)

SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 5: Sylvia Homble aged 45 from Mahlabla Village in Colana is a 'Izangoma' or Traditional Healer helping the HIV sufferers in Nomkolokotho on December 5, 2003 in South Africa. The AIDS epidemic in South Africa continues to grow with many children being left orphaned and on the streets. The World Health Organization now regards South Africa as the most severely HIV infected country in the world. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)