There is a policy allowing HIV self-testing. It is legal for private pharmacies and other retailers to sell products for HIV self-testing. One product for HIV self-testing has received national regulatory approval.
Policies explicitly allow HIVST
Policies under development
HIVST explicitly illegal
Authorized for use, sale and distribution
Studies related to this country
- Usability assessments of HIV self-tests
- I can do this myself: investigating the acceptability of a web-based, HIV self-testing service in South Africa
- Self-testing: an effective means of increasing HIV-testing and status awareness
- HIV self-testing, self-stigma and HAART treatment at the University of Limpopo: health sciences students' opinions and perspectives
- Are women more likely to self-test? A short report from an acceptability study of the HIV self-testing kit in South Africa
- Can laypersons in high-prevalence South Africa perform an HIV self-test accurately?
- HIV self-testing could revolutionize testing in South Africa, but it has got to be done properly: perceptions of key stakeholders
- Will an unsupervised self-testing strategy for HIV work in health care workers of South Africa? a cross sectional pilot feasibility study
- I know that I do have HIV but nobody saw me: oral HIV self-testing in an informal settlement in South Africa
- High acceptability of HIV self-testing among technical vocational education and training college students in Gauteng and North West Province: what are the implications for the scale-up in South Africa?
- Client-initiated, provider-initiated, or self-testing for HIV: what do South Africans prefer?
- Supervised oral HIV self-testing is accurate in rural Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
- Choice in HIV testing: the acceptability and anticipated use of a self-administered at-home oral HIV test among South Africans
- Adolescents' experience of a rapid HIV self-testing device in youth-friendly clinic settings in Cape Town South Africa: a cross-sectional community based usability study