South African (SA) Voices HIV Exhibition - UKZN Edition

Special UKZN Edition of South African Voices HIV Museum Exhibition


SA Voices HIV Museum – UKZN Edition is a partnership between the UKZN AIDS Programme and info4africa, a Centre of the School of Applied Human Sciences, UKZN.

Located in the EG Malherbe Library Foyer, SA Voices is a HIV-friendly, free, educational hub for students and staff at UKZN. A special effort has been made to accommodate people with disabilities.

The exhibition consists of a number of zones covering HIV basics and science; stories of HIV Champions at UKZN and the wider South African society; reflections on people we have lost to HIV; a timeline of HIV in South Africa; and innovative models for treatment, care and support.

SA Voices conveys to students and staff that health, including HIV and TB, are manageable and that relevant help is available at UKZN.

We invite you to listen to the inspirational stories of a number of HIV Champions spotlighted in the SA Voices exhibition. Click on the links below to listen:

File Number

Story

1

Nkosi Johnson - An Introduction

2

Nkosi Johnson - Living Openly THEN

3

Nkosi Johnson - Living Openly NOW

4

Nkosi Johnson - Nkosi's Haven

5

Nkosi Johnson - Speech at Opening of 13th International AIDS Conference, 2000 (AIDS2000)

6

Gugu Dlamini - I will not be silenced

7

Gugu Dlamini - Gugu Dlamini Park

8

Gugu Dlamini - Mandisa Dlamini's Story

9

Ronald Louw - In memorium

10

War Zone Poem

11

Fagmedah Miller - Living Openly THEN

12

Fagmedah Miller - Living Openly NOW

13

Musa Njoko - Living Openly THEN

14

Musa Njoko - Living Openly Now

15

Oziel Mdletshe - Living Openly THEN

16

Oziel Mdletshe - Living Openly NOW

17

Edwin Cameron - Living Openly THEN

18

Edwin Cameron - Living Openly NOW

19

David Patient - Living Openly THEN

20

David Patient - Living Openly NOW

21

Jenny Boyce - Patient 21

22

Patrick Mdletshe - HIV Advocate

23

Discordant Couples

24

Phume Busisiwe Ngcobo - HIV Health Promotor, UKZN AIDS Programme

25

Delarise Mulqueeny - PHD Student, College of Humanities, UKZN

26

Lizzie Mkhize - Masibambisane Community Clinic and Adherence Club




The recording of these voice panels has been made possible through the generous support of Tape Aids for the Blind.


         


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