[LISTEN] My life for HIV



Pholokgolo Ramothwala has helped to portray the HIV / AIDS debate in South Africa for over twenty years through its work on the Medication Action Campaign.

It also helps those diagnosed with the disease through their own work – The Positive Convention Network.

He recently published the book "My Life for HIV: What HIV has taught me in 20 years.

Ramothwala sat down with Azana Mosaic to talk about her remarkable journey.

My younger sister who comes after me has a lot of talk and she supports. The people around you are very helpful.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Director of the Positive Conventional Network

Once you have passed the admission process, you have a condition and understand that you are not going anywhere. It is easier.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Director of the Positive Conventional Network

My work is now 90% work with infected people. With most of them, this is a process, some, in five years, they still do not have the energy to talk to someone about being positive. I get people who say you are the first person I've been informed about and I'm eight years positive.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Director of the Positive Conventional Network

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