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Do you celebrate your Speaker colleagues?

It would be very remiss of me if I let this slide, especially after Liezel van der Westhuizen, a speaker colleague, friend, and Mastermind Associate could get so excited on my behalf.   I received an animated phone call saying:   ‘Do you know that you are ranked Fourth (4th) on the list of famous more »

 
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It’s that time of the year already!

Beware of leaving your bookings until the last minute. Let’s get started! It happens every year and leaves many companies disappointed and scrambling (me too as I try to accommodate everyone) for a World AIDS Day speaker. Ideas needed? Some combination topics to consider: The HIV and AIDS Pandemic HIV Statistics – SA vs World more »

 
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Been live since 22nd Jan 2011 – Public Disclosure

Not only did my website go live on this day in 2011 but it also meant I publicly disclosed my HIV status for the first time.   So much has happened since then, good and bad but mostly fantastic!   Many thanks to everyone who stood by me during this ongoing process of living, it more »

 
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RX Radio interview with Qaqamba Aug 2017

What a fantastic initiative is this! RX Radio is a radio station– run by and for children – at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital. The initiative aims to create a platform for communication between hospitalised children, their families, and the health services by providing patients with the skills and support to produce and more »

 
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Why SA should engage Brand Ambassadors

 South African companies should engage Brand Ambassadors to be their spokesperson, not only for their brand but as part of our strategy to curb the pandemic of HIV & AIDS? Introduction   Today’s competition among brands for a particular niche is really tough and challenging. If this is not addressed properly, you will find yourself in more »

 
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WAD2015: Do you have a Speaker yet?

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Message to the Masses: #CindyHIV

Without a doubt it is time to create awareness around the wellness of South Africa as we should all take responsibility for our communities.   This time of the year I generally make contact with various forms of media with the hope that they will get involved creating mega hype around the 1st December thereby 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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SOUTH AFRICA, we are doing something wrong!

Planning a Wellness Day? Or Require HIV Training/Awareness for staff? You may like to consider the following:   Over 400 000 new HIV infections occurring in 2012, South Africa ranks first in HIV incidence in the world.   The proportion of South Africans infected with HIV has increased from 10.6% in 2008 to 12.2% in more »

 
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  FOUR YEARS TODAY!!

It was a scary step I took to go public with my HIV status on the 22 January 2011 and I haven’t looked back since.   Thanks to Charlotte Kemp from www.nichetraining.co.za and Shawn Fouche from http://socialmediasolutions.co.za as they ‘forced’ me to put myself out there and do something that was only a growing thought more »

 
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