Noted South African HIV Activist Prudence Mabele Laid to Rest

The 46-year-old gender activist became a leading voice in the country's struggle for HIV treatment after she was one of the first women to publicly disclose her HIV-positive status in 1992.

  • South Africa:   Prudence Mabele Laid to Rest, 19 July 2017

    Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has paid tribute to Prudence Mabele - the humanist, comrade, activist, leader and manager - saying she gave a voice to the voiceless. Read more »



Prudence Mabele (file photo).


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