Zimbabwean mother and daughter try to make a living by selling food in Zambia

by IRIN News

Photo: IRIN  A Zimbabwean mother and daughter try to make a living by walking across the border to sell food in Zambia

As a growing number of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS seek assistance from the state, South Africa’s social development department has begun drawing up a plan to address their needs.

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