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HIV discovery not a cure: Karim

The Director of the centre for the Aids programme of research in South Africa, Professor Salim Abdool Karim said the recent discovery of antibodies (are proteins generally found in the blood that detect and destroy invaders, like bacteria) that are able to kill up to 88% of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) types is not a cure. This came out of SABC's Morning Live today.

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Thousands make a difference in the Ithemba Avon Cancer Walk!

This year the cancer walk was bigger, better and boastful! Over 16 000 people participated in the Ithemba Avon Justine Family walk in support of people who are affected by cancer.

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A NOMINATION FOR THE SABC CROWN GOSPEL MUSIC AWARDS 2012

Ligwalagwala FM will be flying the Mpumalanga flag high during the SABC Crown Gospel Music Awards, to be held at the Durban's ICC on 18 November 2012. One of the stations' shows Siyadvumisa aired at 07h00 to 09h00 am every Sunday and presented by Lungile “Sibukubukwane” Mhango has secured itself a place in the list of nominees under the category of Best Gospel Radio Show.

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All roads lead to 7th annual SATMA awards in Eastern Cape

The 7th annual SATMA AWARDS which are now acknowledged as the biggest event in the country, will take place for the first time in the Eastern Cape at the East London (ICC) on Saturday 27 October 2012. SABC is a media partner of this celebrated event themed "MY CULTURE, YOUR CULTURE, ONE NATION AND ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE EASTERN CAPE."

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Teen Zone presenter, Ms Nomfundo Mkhize destined for a career in law

Displaying outstanding legal skills in front of a Bench of sitting High Court Judges, Ellie Newman Moot Court finalist and SABC radio presenter Ms Nomfundo Mkhize gave notice she is destined for a successful career in law – if she decides to choose that path!

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Eastern Cape MEC's visiting the main areas of the province

A high-profile delegation of three Eastern Cape MEC's has been visiting the main areas of the province to assess the flood damage.
Of major concern is the collapse of the N2 between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown and the stretch between Peddie and King William's Town which also remains closed. The resort towns of St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis are completely isolated after bridges were washed away.

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