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Dec 06, 2010

MEDIA RELEASE: African leaders speak out about HIV/Aids and culture in 9 countries

Johannesburg, 6 December 2010: The Soul City Institute’s Regional Campaign in partnership with the Champions for an HIV-Free Generation have produced a series of one minute ‘conversations’ with three exceptional African leaders: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Dr Speciosa Wandira and Dr Kenneth Kaunda. The conversations are currently being broadcast across nine Southern African countries.

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Dec 02, 2010

MEDIA RELEASE: OneLove campaign in NW shows good results

North West Department of Social Development, Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities partners with Soul City Institute

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MEDIA RELEASE: WITS School of Public Health and The Soul City Institute for Health & Development Communication
Aug 30, 2010

MEDIA RELEASE: WITS School of Public Health and The Soul City Institute for Health & Development Communication

The Wits School of Public Health and the Soul City Institute launch a Division of Social and Behaviour Change Communication – an African first

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Jun 22, 2010

SUNDAY TIMES: Huge drop in HIV infections

by Claire Keeton: NEW HIV infections in South Africa dropped by 35% between 2002 and 2008, a study reveals. The most striking reduction was a 60% decline among 15 to 24-year-olds.

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May 11, 2010

Media Release: Soul City Institute has two productions in SABC1’s top 10 most watched programmes

The Soul City Institute has two quality dramas on air each week. Both programmes currently feature in the top 10 on SABC 1 and are amongst the most watched and enjoyed programmes in South Africa.

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Mar 11, 2010

Media Release: New Soul City series on SABC 1 has high drama and great talent

SABC 1 is heating up its prime time drama slot with the return of a brand new Soul City series 10. The series will be premiering on the channel on Monday, 22 March at 20h30.

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Nov 02, 2009

MEDIA RELEASE: Soul City World Aids Day race has entertainment for the family too

Monday, 25 October 2009: Thousands of runners will commemorate World Aids Day by taking part in the Soul City Sports Club’s annual race on Sunday, 29 November 2009. The race starts and ends at University of Johannesburg with 5km, 10km and 21km events on offer. In running the race, ordinary people along with celebrities and musicians will be committing themselves to the OneLove campaign. There will be prize winners in each category as well as for couples who complete the race.

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