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HIV free babies, update 2013
Aug 29, 2013

HIV free babies, update 2013

Read about the latest developments in the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, (PMTCT).

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Aug 23, 2013

Don't miss the 2nd episode of the rebroadcast of season 11

With the clinic having burned down due to faulty electricity connections, the community must spring into action to ensure there isn’t a complete breakdown in the health infrastructure.

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Using Social Media for Youth Advocacy
Aug 22, 2013

Using Social Media for Youth Advocacy

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ hangouts, Flicker are buzzwords across the world. But, how do we use them effectively to reach the youth?

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Aug 20, 2013

Soul City Regional Programme makes great strides beyond borders

The work done by the Soul City Institute goes beyond the borders of South Africa to neighbouring African countries that face similar challenges. Through the Soul City Regional Programme, the institute has been working with seven local organisations (regional partners) for the past ten years.

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Aug 16, 2013

Soul City 11 Rebroadcast on your screens every Friday

The Soul City community returns to SABC1 screens from this month through to the end of October as they tackle among others male circumcision, pregnancy, post-natal care and a community whose clinic has just burned down.

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Booze ad ban is 'on track'
Aug 08, 2013

Booze ad ban is 'on track'

A proposal that alcohol advertising be banned has been approved by an inter-ministerial committee on substance abuse.

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Where is the Lillian Ngoyi in You?
Aug 08, 2013

Where is the Lillian Ngoyi in You?

A Woman's Day message from Lebo Ramafoko ,CEO Soul City

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Aug 06, 2013

Audience Engagement on HIV prevention Messages through Interactive Social (Digital) Media

The use of interactive media platforms to engage an audience has increased over the past few years.

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Jul 29, 2013

Examining the impact of the OneLove campaign on key drivers of HIV infection in South Africa

Launched in 2007, the OneLove campaign aims to decrease HIV infection through generating discourse about key drivers of the epidemic in South Africa.

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Jul 25, 2013

Linking alcohol consumption and HIV risk – Stories from Galeshewe

Presented at the 6th Annual SA Aids Conference, Soul City’s Phuza Wize campaign highlighted the strong link between alcohol consumption and the spread of HIV.

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NGO calls for ban on drinks ads
Jun 24, 2013

NGO calls for ban on drinks ads

Alcohol advertising encourages heavy drinking and puts people in danger of contracting HIV through risky sexual behaviour, according to Soul City.

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May 16, 2013

Critical Thinking Forum: Debating Social Cohesion

Taking the notion of "social cohesion" out of the academic field and into the real world is not as tricky as it seems.

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Apr 09, 2013

Pupils learn to talk about rape

Rape has been a burning issue in Mzansi for a long time and it's important for youth to talk about it.

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Apr 04, 2013

South African and international partners pledge to Increase Services for Survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Mr. Jeff Radebe, launched the Increasing Services for Survivors of Sexual Assault Programme, at the Phoenix Thuthuzela Care Centre (TCC) in KwaZulu Natal in March 2013. Funders USAID and the M.A.C AIDS Fund engaged as implementing partners the Soul City Institute, Sonkhe Gender Justice and the Medical Research Council.

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