Getting to zero: HIV Infections, Discrimination, Aids related deaths and disarming Gender Violence

27 November 2012

The South African Democratic Teachers’ Union (SADTU) will, on Saturday, join millions of people around the world to celebrate December 1, World Aids Day under the theme – Getting to zero: HIV infections, discrimination, Aids related deaths and disarming gender violence. The Union will also use the day to observe the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence and to announce a joint non-communicable disease (NCD’s) Wellness Programme with the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA).

This national event will take place at the Klerksdorp Recreation Centre in Klerksdorp.

Date: 1 December 2012
Time: 10am
Venue: Klerksdorp Recreation Centre
2 Golden Way Street
North West Province.

In the Western Cape, SADTU will hold a 16 Days of Activism seminar on violence against women and children. The event will take place at:

Venue: Burnley Loge, Burnley Road, Rondebosch East
Time: 10am.

The media is welcome to attend and report on the events.


Media Contact

Nomusa Cembi, Media Officer: 082 719 5157