The 42 Wellington Radebe has paid ilobolo for the woman of his dreams and plans to live a long and healthy life despite living with HIV for 12 years. The father of two Radebe says he owes his longevity to the "positive mind-set" he adopted when he tested positive for HIV at the age of 30.
A volunteer at the National Association of People Living with HIV-Aids (Napwa), Radebe lives by the same doctrine he preaches to people he counsels.
Radebe said "I run 10km three times a week and make sure that my meals have green, red and orange foods.” "After all these years I have never had to take ARVs because my CD4 count is still high.” He says positive living also has ...
The 25 year old star suffered the tragic loss of her baby six months into her pregnancy at the beginning of this month, but the devastating ordeal has only strengthened her relationship with builder Sam Cooper.
A source told said "Lily and Sam, 32, had loose plans to marry after the baby was born but nothing concrete was in motion.
"Now they have decided they want to be man and wife as soon as possible. They realised through their grief that they absolutely adore one another and cannot live without each other."
She has previously described Sam, as the "love of my life" They are thought to be considering tying the knot at either Lily's father, Keith's home, or in the town of ...
Tuesday the 30th November 2010, trufm is at the Church of Good Sheperd in Peffeville in East London. Masimanyane Women's Support Centre is having an HIV/AIDS open day. This is targeted at vulnerable women who are infected or affected by the pandemic.
All aspects of HIV/AIDS are being covered including prevention strategies, nutrition, counselling and home based care. This is extremely helpful in a community that is being torn apart by unemployment, drug and alcohol abuse, crime and HIV/AIDS.
This session is to provide an important opportunity for community members to come and gain knowledge and support that they so desperately need.
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Only nine beautiful girls have reached the finals of the Miss Lovely Legs contest on December 8.
The winner's responsibility will be to highlight issues of women and child abuse, the organisers say.
At the gala final in December, television presenter Bonang Matheba will be the host. Entertainers scheduled to perform at the event are Kelly Khumalo, Khanyi Mbau, Queen Elizabeth, Chommee and Tina.
The girls are, from left to right, Matsepo Kasong, Kebone Ramela, Anastacia Mosounyane, Nomfundo Gumede, Masego Kolobe, Buhle Tonise, RefilweMotsei, Flora Maphuta and Nathi Madondo.
The girls who reached the finals represented all the nine provinces, though most of them are from Soweto.