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WAD2015 Testimony from Redge

YOUTUBE World AIDS Day 2015 – Testimony from Redge I’m Redge, one of the interns at Atlas Copco. It was an honor for me to have witnessed your presentation and testimony about HIV/Aids. I hope to be as eloquent as you one day and to possess at least half of the confidence that you have. more »

 
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Unexpected Affirmation – Gratitude

Receiving affirmation makes the journey so much more meaningful.   I had a lovely note come via my LinkedIn message box recently and with permission I share the following which I appreciate Mmabatho taking the time out of her day to write to me.   Mmabatho Mfikwe – Chief Director at Public Works, Roads & more »

 
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WAD2015: Do you have a Speaker yet?

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Feedback: Life Healthcare

HIV & AIDS Counselling Training Workshop   17th August 2015   The 12 delegates that attended the HIV & AIDS Counselling Training Workshop from the Life Healthcare group have attested that the training was amongst other compliments:   What did you enjoy? • Very informative • An eye-opener • Enjoyed the involvement of the participants • more »

 
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TESTIMONIALS & SHARING

TESTIMONIAL 1   Cindy, you and AID my Journey-Support are my lifeline to knowledge and a place I feel safe in and can discuss anything with regard to my status and meet people in the same position as I am. As a white male you are my only lifeline – or should I say the more »

 
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Valued Testimonials from Valued Associates

  Linkedin Testimonials: http://za.linkedin.com/in/cindypivacic     Shawn Fouche On-line and Social Media Practitioner   Cindy is one of the most dynamic, upbeat and a person who embraces life to the full. She has a story that needs to be heard and her work and activism in the area of HIV and AIDS is remarkable. You more »

 
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10 Years Today – Happy Birthday to my VIRUS

CONGRATULATIONS Dear Virus…..we have made a DECADE!! Please share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

 
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Feedback from Durban Academy – HIV Presentation Gr11

            Dearest Cindy,   Thank you so much for talking to our kids about HIV and AIDS.   You have turned mere Buzz words into a reality for them and touched them in a way that a teacher talking about the topic could not. HIV to them is now more more »

 
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Interview 1KZN TV – ‘The Deadly Seducer’

At last I have a copy of the interview with 1 KZN TV.   Book launch interview of ‘The Deadly Seducer’ first flighted on 10th October 2013.   Some Q & A’s around how I manage my health and the reason for writing a book of my experiences, living with the HI virus. Follow the more »

 
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Three years down (UP) the line!

Dear Supporters,   Today, three (3) years ago I went public with my #HIV positive status by sending my website into the world.   It did take me six (6) years to go public but I am happy to say once I did, it felt like a massive burden had been lifted from my shoulders and more »

 
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