HIV campaign gets golden touch

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July 29 - President Jacob Zuma is expected to meet with South African-born Hollywood actress Charlize Theron this morning. The two are expected to discuss strides being made in the fight against HIV/Aids.

PRETORIA - South African-born Hollywood actress Charlize Theron has met with President Jacob Zuma to discuss the strides being made in the fight against HIV/Aids. 

On Monday morning, the pair looked at ways to improve South Africa's efforts to assist young women affected by the pandemic.

UN-Aids executive director Michel Sidibe was also invited to join in the discussions in Pretoria.

Theron is best known for scooping an Oscar award in 2004 for Best Actress, in the thriller - 'Monster' .

She is also a Messenger of Peace for the United Nations.

 

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