We went to two different malls and got to find out what other people think or what do they know about HIV/AIDS. Mitchell’s Plain is a Coloured township and Site B is in Khayletsha, which is predominently Black township
Young men from Khayelitsha talk openly about HIV in their community, how they cope with the persistent fear of contracting HIV and how this affects their approach to sex and relationships. This open and staightforward discussion is testiment to the power of grassroots filmmaking as these men feel comfortable enough being filmed by members of […]
As part of a series commissioned by Cape Town TV (CTV) and funded by Nokia, the filmmakers created a concept called ‘Kaltcha Talk’ which borrowed from Joe Menell and Richard Mills’ show, ‘Street Talk’. In this episode, people in a taxi discuss HIV. At the time the topic was very much still taboo in these […]
Gogo’s telling how their children hide’s the fact that they are HIV positive and also encouraging mothers at home to take care of their children who are HIVpositive. This was part of a series commissioned by CTV and funded by Nokia. The campaign message was LOVE YOUR PARTNER, KNOW YOUR STATUS
Kaltcha pioneers speaks about HIV/AIDS and how it affects them. People from our communities tells us how the virus got it to their mind so we decided to tell you how we feel it affected Kaltcha pioneers.