Clinton Signs Deal in South Africa to Help Fight HIV

The US has spent $3.2 billion since 2004 supporting South Africa's fight against the spread of the virus.


US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday signed a new deal supporting efforts to fight AIDS in South Africa, which has the world's biggest population of people with HIV.

"South Africa and the entire region has a brighter and healthier and more secure future," she said while visiting a clinic in the Cape Town township of Delft.