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The country wasted significant 2 Science and Society: The HIV Epidemic and South African Political Responses 21 resources in money and time, and it squandered an opportunity for taking early steps to halt the spread of the infection. What will be remembered is the failure of a newly democratic government, whose many leaders were educated, intelligent and courageous, to appreciate the scientific process and the urgency of translating research into practice in the throes of an unprecedented national crisis.
We see one significant impulse behind the President’s views as his affirmation of anti-colonial perspectives which developed in the latter half of the twentieth century. Before then European pictures of African populations were dehumanizing in the extreme. Europeans viewed Africans as a people not perfectly human, living by the most basic of instincts – an unrestrained sexuality, raging passions, cruelty, and lack of civilized inhibitions. They were supposed to be unhygienic, and diseases, especially sexually transmitted infections and mysterious degrading disorders, were imagined to be rampant amongst Africans.