Hiv/Aids services are offered through Primary Health Care services in rural South Africa. The fixed and mobile clinics are responsible facilities. The mining and the farming points also benefit from these facilities. Primary Health Care Nurses and the Doctors work as a team. Hiv/Aids is a threat to the communities and counselling and testing are practised. Purpose of the study was to comparatively examine the efficacy of mobile and fixed clinic health care services in Hiv/Aids prevention in the rural areas. Hundred pregnant women from the fixed and mobile clinics participated in answering the questionnaire during their antenatal care visits. The data recorded on the questionnaires by the participants was used to compare and analyse the pregnant women's feelings about Hiv/Aids services of fixed and mobile clinics. Group discussions were also held prior self completion of questionnaires. Questionnaires were administered by the researcher and the two health promoters. It was found that participants in both mobile and fixed clinics have attended Hiv/Aids health care services. Fixed and mobile clinics are respectively viewd as offering better health care services to pregnant women.