Sunday , January 17 2021

[LISTEN] My life outside of HIV



Pholokgolo Ramothwala has helped shape the discourse about HIV / AIDS in South Africa for more than twenty years through his work in the Action Campaign for Treatment.

In addition, it helps those with a disease diagnosis through their own business, the Positive Conventional Network.

He recently published the book "My Life Out of HIV: What HIV learned me in 20 years.

Ramothwala sat down with Azania Mosak and talked about her extraordinary journey.

My younger sister, who comes after me, speaks a lot and she supports it. People around you do a lot of help.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Principal, Positive Conventional Network

Once you go through the acceptance process you have a condition and realize that you are not going anywhere. It is easier.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Principal, Positive Conventional Network

My work now 90% cooperates with people who are infected. For most of them this is a process, and some, for five years, still have no energy to talk to someone about the positive situation. I get people who say that you are the first person I published this and that I was eight years old.

Pholokgolo Ramothwala, Principal, Positive Conventional Network

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