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Celebrating wellness on World Aids Day

02 December 2016
Kouga councillors were out and about on World Aids Day to promote a healthy lifestyle among communities. In the picture Sister Koesie Peens of Clicks Pharmacy tests Social Services Portfolio Councillor Danny Benson’s blood pressure during the municipality’s Employees Wellness Day at the Humansdorp Country Club on Thursday. Looking on were Kouga Director Thobeka Tom and Public Participation Officer Fumanekile Lloyd.

Kouga councillors were out and about on World Aids Day to promote a healthy lifestyle among communities. In the picture Sister Koesie Peens of Clicks Pharmacy tests Social Services Portfolio Councillor Danny Benson’s blood pressure during the municipality’s Employees Wellness Day at the Humansdorp Country Club on Thursday. Looking on were Kouga Director Thobeka Tom and Public Participation Officer Fumanekile Lloyd.

Kouga councillors took part in various programmes on World Aids Day to encourage their communities to live healthy lives. At a World Aids Day event at the KwaNomzamo Community Hall were Mcitase Zendile from Love Life, ward councillor Lefty Vumazonke, caregiver at the KwaNomzamo Clinic Nolitha Renqu, Ntombifikile Dlamini from the KwaNomzamo Home Community-Based Care Centre and Thabo Hermanus from Love Life.

Kouga councillors took part in various programmes on World Aids Day to encourage their communities to live healthy lives. At a World Aids Day event at the KwaNomzamo Community Hall were Mcitase Zendile from Love Life, ward councillor Lefty Vumazonke, caregiver at the KwaNomzamo Clinic Nolitha Renqu, Ntombifikile Dlamini from the KwaNomzamo Home Community-Based Care Centre and Thabo Hermanus from Love Life.