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She was born the second child of Mamokebe (Kebe) and Tlale, known as (Ouman), in Kroonstad. She is wife to Mpho Ralepeli, mother to Jabulane, sister to Motshabi, grandmother to Zodwa and Managing Director to Lesedi-Lechabile Primary Care. She retires now, after a career dedicated to improving the lives and well-being of people in the Matjhabeng and Masilonyana municipalities. A shared belief... continue reading
2015/12/17
The JHHESA Board wishes to congratulate Mr Richard Delate on his recent appointment as Managing Director of JHHESA. He replaces the founding Managing Director, Dr Patrick Coleman, who retired in August 2011. Dr Coleman has left a lasting legacy in health communications in South Africa. His contribution to the country’s response to the eradication of disease has borne positive results, and will... continue reading
2015/12/17
Exactly two years ago the late Dr Molefi Sefularo, then the Deputy Minister of Health, launched the Brothers for Life campaign before 10 000 people in KwaMashu, Durban. They were the first of tens of millions to be reached by this groundbreaking initiative. At the launch, Sefularo challenged Brothers for Life to address issues that go beyond individual men’s behaviour, but seek to address social... continue reading
2015/12/17
As part of its ongoing commitment to support journalists and other media writing about HIV, the HIV & AIDS Media Project has developed and published a nifty little notebook.  The notebook is a tool designed to provide essential information on the medical and social aspects of HIV for the reporter on the run. In a context where journalists are often left adrift in in the technically... continue reading
2015/12/17
Scrutinize, the innovative, award-winning campaign that got young people to “scrutinize” their behaviours and take action to reduce their risk of HIV infection, has clinched the 5th annual AfriComNet Award in the Best Multichannel category. Scrutinize was presented with the award at a gala event in Addis Ababa on the evening of 6 December, for being the best multichannel communication... continue reading
2015/12/17
Download the Presentation delivered at the EE Conference recently, Evolution and Outcomes of Entertainment Education Curriculum in The Centre for Communication Media and Society, University of KwaZulu-NatalThere is a centre of excellence in Durban, where the next generation of influential public health communicators are being nurtured: the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for... continue reading
2015/12/17
The smash-hit SABC1 drama series Intersexions gave millions of South Africans critical messages around HIV/AIDS – and Facebook gave them the forum to discuss and further contemplate the messages. Intersexions is an innovative series of 26 separate but interlinked episodes that show how our lives intersect and criss-cross with others’ in ways we don’t even know about. As soon as we become... continue reading
2015/12/17
It may well have been actor Patrick Shai’s greatest role: the Brothers for Life public service announcement against gender-based violence (GBV). The advertisement, the mass-media component of Brothers for Life’s 2010 campaign against GBV, was memorable to members of the public because it featured a real person admitting to having beaten his wife for many years – and because he cried. The... continue reading
2015/12/17

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