Thembi, a Year Later: Life with HIV Last April, All Things Considered broadcast the radio diary of Thembi Ngubane, one of 5 million South Africans living with HIV. Now, her diary has been aired in South Africa, where she is touring and speaking publicly about her experiences.
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Thembi, a Year Later: Life with HIV

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Thembi, a Year Later: Life with HIV

Thembi, a Year Later: Life with HIV

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Thembi Ngubane visits with children at Itipini Clinic in Mthatha, South Africa, in March. Melikhaya Mpumela hide caption

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Thembi Ngubane visits with children at Itipini Clinic in Mthatha, South Africa, in March.

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Thembi Ngubane, her boyfriend Melikhaya Mpumela and their baby, Onwabo. Melikhaya Mpumela hide caption

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