NAHAWU urges South Africans to be part of AIDS day
29 November 2012
The National Education Health and Allied Workers Union has called on all its members and all South Africans to mark World Aids day by participating in the planned nationwide events, and activities and to also take a conscious decision to get tested on the day.
This year’s World Aids day on the 1st of December, will be zero discrimination, zero AIDS- related deaths.
Spokesperson for NAHAWU Sizwe Pumla as a union they are looking forward to the day because for the first time they can see noticeable changes in the fight against the epidemic.
He adds that they are also seeing that South Africans are leading by example in terms of fighting the Scourge of AIDS.
As a union they are urging to the public, especially those have not tested and those who do not know their status to do so, so that they can know their status and to also take part in the events of the day.