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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Elias Mamobolo on Thobela FM on Mondays

elias mamabolo thobela fmElias Mamabolo spent almost two decades doing what he loved best – teaching at a local school in his home town of Polokwane. It was in 1996 when he first tested for HIV. 

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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Remind Baloyi on Munghana Lonene FM on Tuesdays

Remind Baloyi Munghana LoneneRemind Baloyi (25) hails from Nwadzekudzeku village in Giyani, Limpopo. He tested HIV positive after a few visits to the local clinic where he was being treated for persistent infection.

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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Sbusiso Maphumulo on Ikwekwezi FM on Mondays

Mr Sibusiso Maphumulo is a 38 years old man from the village of Amahlongwa Mission, the home of late Professor Mazisi Kunene in Ugu District Municipality. He was diagnosed with HIV in 1999 during his matric year. 

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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Bheki Mazibuko on Ikwekwezi FM on Mondays

bheki ikwekweziBheki Mazibuko was known for his love of choral music during his teen years in his kasi of Soshanguve, Pretoria. Not only did he love choral music, he was a choir conductor at the age of 14.

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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Petrus Mbulaheni Muthelo on PhalaPhala Fm on Tuesdays

Petrus Muthelo Phalaphala FMPetrus is 62 years old and has been leaving with HIV for 19 years. He is a proud single father of a 14 year old girl, after losing his wife passed in 2003.

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Ambassodors for Brothers for Life: Strike Tshabalala on Ikwekwezi FM on Mondays

Strike Tshabalala IkwekweziWhen Strike Tshabalala learnt of his HIV diagnosis he was shocked because he had only dated one woman in his life. In fact, she was the one who repeatedly asked him to test after she tested following pregnancy.

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