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Lebone, winner in Myschool 21 Years’ Campaign

Veteran Free State organisation, Lebone Village, which provides multi-faceted care to orphans and vulnerable children as well as families who have been impacted by...

Youth make Hoffman Square come alive

The Free State Department of Health in conjunction with LoveLife, hosted a day of games, exercise and dance right in the centre of the...

NGO tackles HIV in Mangaung

Plays have over the ages proven their power as an agent of social change and information sharing. This was no different on Friday as...

Pregnant women more susceptible to listeriosis

Pregnant women are approximately 20 times more likely than other healthy adults to get listeriosis. Pregnant women typically experience only fever and other flu-like...

Family makes Christmas special for children’s home

Olga Barends, a radio personality at CUT FM and founder of the Facebook page Break the Odium, together with her family, hosted a lovely...

Today in History

1988   Mother Teresa arrives in SA to establish a missionary home for HIV/AIDS sufferers Mother Teresa was born in Albania and at a young age...

Metro to eradicate the number one killer

Mangaung Metro Municipality aims to reduce the number of people who are infected with TB and HIV/Aids. According to the Executive Mayor of Mangaung...

Today in History: 26 September

2004  Nelson Mandela is voted the greatest South African. Former SA president and long serving political prisoner, Mandela was voted the Greatest South African in...

Campaign against SA’s number one killer targets schools

The Free State Department of Health has embarked on a Kick TB School Campaign, hosted at Steynsrus this afternoon. According to the Head of TB...

The importance of HIV conferences while the struggle continues

The struggle to eradicate the spread of HIV/AIDS continues. One out of four people that are HIV positive die due to TB related diseases....

HIV/AIDS stigma faced by gay and lesbian communities

The biggest challenge for people living with HIV/AIDS remains the stigma around the pandemic. This is according to Sello Makhalipi, the Free State chairperson...

Caxton partners with Rotary to fight HIV/Aids

Rotary Family Health Days campaign in South Africa brings together many volunteers and healthcare workers across the private and public sector to combat HIV/AIDS and TB.

HIV/AIDS decreasing in South Africa

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Today in History: 29th January

Historical Events: • 1957: The Durban College of Education is started in the backyard of the Durban Girls' High School. • 1995: Ten mineworkers are killed in fighting...

Launch of rise young women’s club gives young women a chance...

"One woman understands another”. As a young woman in South Africa today, who do you turn to for advice about contraception, HIV prevention or...

Community healthcare workers get paid

Photo: LERATO LELIA