This is my impression...if someone can prove otherwise I would like to hear it.
It's my impression, too, but who's the last famous person to die of AIDS? Last I remember is Arthur Ashe in the mid 1990's. I can't believe that 100% of the Hollywood crowd is 100% faithful to the use of condoms or abstinence, maybe the drugs do effectively treat HIV the same way insulin treats, but does not cure, diabetes.
Eventually, diabetics get some final illness that might have arisen from improper management of the disease, or it might be from something that we all get from getting older. In either case, they get to live a near-normal lifespan. It might be that case with people who can afford (or be provided) cutting-edge drug therapies.
I would suppose that some of the drugs that were developed early on in AIDS research are past their patents, and can be made fairly cheaply on obsolete but functional equipment. Providing them to Africa could be done, but I favor letting private individuals make donations to this effect, if they so desire. It becomes a choice of "save the children" vs. "save their parents", for those inclined to pour money into Africa.