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It’s Time To Test

This year thousands of people across England will be marking National HIV Testing Week in what promises to be the biggest ever edition of the event since its inception three years ago.

Africans Rising: Six Inspirational Africans in the UK

Africans Rising: Six Inspirational Africans in the UK

Many people of African descent who are settled in the UK make valuable contributions to society. Taku Mukiwa caught up with six of them to hear their stories.

The Digital Dating Game

The Digital Dating Game

The dating scene has definitely changed in recent years. Gone are the days when the woman waited for the man to make a move and technology is changing the rules of the game. Marcy Madzikanda tells us about dating in the digital world and gets a male perspective.

Focus on men’s health

Focus on men’s health

It’s autumn, the days are getting shorter and there’s a chill in the air – so exercise may be the last thing on your mind. But here are ten top ways to supercharge your health.

Intercultural relationships

Intercultural relationships

In a Mambo exclusive, Minna Salami, a writer and commentator on African feminism, society, popular culture, race and identity, explores the difficulties African couples can face when moving to the UK, and how they can be overcome.

Recent News

Where to get condoms

Where to get condoms

If you’ve been reading our articles about safer sex you might be wondering where you can get condoms – you’ll be pleased to know there are lots of places where they are given out free.

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Get help if you’ve been at risk of HIV

Get help if you’ve been at risk of HIV

Post Exposure Prophylaxis (also known as PEP) is a course of medication that can stop you becoming HIV positive after you’ve been exposed to the virus.

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Five Quotes from African Icons

We’ve selected five quotes from some of Africa’s iconic people. What are your favourite quotes?

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Books: A Journey of Self Discovery

Founder and Chairperson, of the The Bisila Bokoko African Literacy Project, Bisila Bokoko , talks about how books have been a key inspiration in her life.

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Mambo 13

How much hard work does it take to make a dream become reality? In a exclusive Sporah Njau,who hosts the popular television programme The Sporah Show, talks about how her dream to be a TV host became a reality. Even if your aspirations are not in TV make sure you read her interview. The temperature […]

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Ask the Experts

`I am a 17-year-old boy from a Ugandan family and, for a long time now, I have had feelings towards other guys.’ – Winnie gives some advice.

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Ask the Experts

`I’m really afraid they might catch Ebola.’ – Dr Michael Brady, our medical director, gives some advice.

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Don’t suffer in silence

Because of the stigma around mental health problems it can be hard to admit that something is wrong. Therapist Daniel Fryer looks at the ways men can be affected by mental health problems and what they can do to tackle them.

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Stopping HIV in its tracks… It Starts With Me

Stopping HIV in its tracks… It Starts With Me

African communities in England can stop the spread of HIV in their community within a generation. This is the key message of HIV Prevention England’s (HPE) major new campaign – It Starts With Me.

HIV: What’s your risk?

HIV: What’s your risk?

HIV is a serious sexually transmitted infection, but it’s also relatively easy to guard against. Knowing how HIV is passed on during sex may help protect you or your partner from the virus. In this column, we explain the level of risk associated with different types of sex.

There’s no better time to test

There’s no better time to test

The Government has announced a change in the law that allows free HIV treatment for everyone diagnosed with HIV, regardless of their immigration status.

Brazilian craze

Brazilian craze

There’s a craze about the Brazilian weave going on right now. If you walk out on any London street, the first African or Caribbean girl you see will probably be donning a huge mane of golden hair.