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DEPUTY MINISTER MANANA TO VISIT NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY

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DEPUTY MINISTER MANANA TO VISIT NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY

3rd May 2017

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The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mr Mduduzi Manana, MP, will visit Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), in the Eastern Cape Province, on the 4th May 2017, as part of promoting the First Things First Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS (HEIADS) Programme.  The HEAIDS programme provides a health advisory service that includes HIV testing and counseling, TB and STI screening.

The purpose of the programme is to contribute to the National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS 2012-2016 which seeks to eradicate the scourge of HIV/AIDS in, amongst other areas, institutions of higher learning. It focuses on voluntary HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis testing aimed at students as well as pre and post counseling and other related educational programmes.

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The Deputy Minister will be addressing challenges around stigma and discrimination to increase momentum in:
• Reduction of HIV/TB/STI infection rates
• Empowerment of girls and women  
• Achievement of greater social equality and cohesion
• Transformation of TVET Colleges

Members of the media are invited to the event scheduled as follows:

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Date: Thursday, 4 May 2017

Time: 09h00           

Venue: NMMU – North Campus, University Way, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth

 

RSVP and Enquires:

Busiswa Gqangeni, Cell: 079 547 5299, Email:Gqangeni.B@dhet.gov.za

Zandile Mashaba, Cell: 081 553 6954, Email: zandile@usaf.co.za

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