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About one in five Zimbabweans is infected, the United Nations says. One common perception is that single people who are HIV positive should no longer be involved in sexual relationships."There's an unspoken expectation that if you're single and you test positive, you're supposed to become celibate," the founder of the agency, Luta Shaba, told the BBC News website.Some were made to wash and cook, others were forced to sleep with the gang-leaders.Most were too scared to flee because of the retribution that their family or village would face."I was tied, gagged and blindfolded while they raped me," she recalled.
With tears rolling down her face, Lilian, in her early twenties, said she recognised some of her assailants as local men from her home area near Bindura, 60 miles north of Harare.
"I challenged the last date that I had who left me when I disclosed my status.
"I asked him whether he would have been comfortable having sexual relations with me using a condom, had I not disclosed.
This is also the reason why xenophobic attacks are taking centre stage in Durban and other parts of South Africa.
Though most foreign men are branded drug dealers and con artists, some local women are falling over themselves to get at these blokes.
"I believe it's contributing to continued infection, because if you know that disclosing your status will cause the other person to leave you, the chances are that you won't disclose.