Thembi's AIDS Diary Project Tours the United States

Thembi Ngubane recording her audio diary in Khayelitsha township, outside Cape Town. i i

Thembi Ngubane recording her audio diary in Khayelitsha township, outside Cape Town. Melikhaya Mpumelo hide caption

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Thembi Ngubane recording her audio diary in Khayelitsha township, outside Cape Town.

Thembi Ngubane recording her audio diary in Khayelitsha township, outside Cape Town.

Melikhaya Mpumelo

Farai Chideya talks with Joe Richman, head of the nonprofit radio production company Radio Diaries, and Thembi Ngubane, a young, HIV-positive woman who recorded an audio diary charting her life in South Africa with Richman's help.

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They've just finished a tour across the United States to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS in South Africa.

Thembi's AIDS Diary

View photos of Ngubane's township and family, and learn more about AIDS in South Africa and about Ngubane's speaking events across the country.

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