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Mental Health And You: Are You Taking Care Of Yourself? 

Children with Obstetrics: 1817 To Date
  The South African National LGBTI HIV Plan, 2017-2022 is a milestone in the country’s response to HIV, AIDS, STIs, and TB. it is a national, multi-sectoral effort to address the linked HIV/AIDS/STI/TB epidemics among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans* and Intersex (LGBTI) people. Due to HIV vulnerabiliti...   The tragic death in childbirth of Princess Charlotte in 1817 Life Long Learning KZN together with the Department of Anaesthetics of the Medical School of UKZN invite you to hear two presentations on this tragic event: Dr. Chris Rout will give an account of the history of the event while Dr.Te...


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Are Africans More Tolerant to Diversity? 

A 'Queer' Shoulder of Strength: Remembering Prudence Mabele
  1 March 2016 within the Global Community was observed such that within the United Nations the #ZeroDiscriminationCampaign was visibilized. Within the African Continent was a launch of Tolerance In Africa Report AD74 on 'Good Neighbours? Africans Express high levels of tolerance for many, but not ...   Durban Pride and the Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre mourn the fall of a giant with a gentle soul and an infectious smile, Prudence Mabele, a true comrade. The Lesbian and Gay Community and Health Centre (LGBTI Centre) held a moment of silence, and a prayer for someone the Centre's Di...


PATRONS: Mr Z. Achmat (Treatment Action Campaign), Sir Elton John and David Furnish (Elton John AIDS Foundation)