Former South African president Nelson Mandela has announced an international concert to be held for World Aids Day in Johannesburg on 1 December.
Nelson Mandela lost his son to Aids in 2005
The aim is to raise awareness about HIV/Aids in a country with one of the world's highest HIV prevalence rates
More than five million people are HIV positive in South Africa.
Fifty thousand people are expected at the Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg. More than 30 local and international artists will be performing.
For the past four years, Nelson Mandela has allowed his old prison number 46664 to be used as a banner in the fight against HIV/Aids.
Several 46664 concerts have been held around the world and Mr Mandela said 46664 would continue to organise major events to highlight the problem.
"I am very delighted that we are engaging the youth in schools, communities and through the media, breaking the silence and stigmas around HIV and Aids, and making them realise that the power to beat the pandemic, lies in their own hands," he said.
Since his retirement from politics, Mr Mandela has thrown himself into the struggle against Aids with determination.
In 2005, the cause took on a tragic personal dimension for him when his only surviving son, Makgato, died of Aids.