HIV positive woman hailed for helping the less privileged

HIV positive woman hailed for helping the less privileged

- South Africans have praised a woman for putting others first

- The HIV positive lady uses the little she has to help the less privileged

- According to the lady, helping others is her life purpose

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A woman living with HIV has taken it upon herself to help the less privileged in Alexandra township in South Africa. She considers helping others her passion and believes that it is God's purpose for her life.

MissGlam N Positive took to the 'ImStaying' Facebook group to share her story. The activist has been living with HIV for the past 11 years. She believes that her life's purpose is to provide a helping hand to others.

"I had the privilege to help families living in Alexandra Township with the little that I had"
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She said that helping others is what motivates her to stay alive.

"When I see people living with a positive mindset around me I know that I'm fulfilling my God given purpose and that is why #imstaying"

Social media users were impressed by the woman and her kind acts. Facebook user Tracey Myburgh said:

"You are a very strong amazing woman...may God bless you"

Joyce Khabo said:

"That's my girl & my hero. You are an inspiration. May God give you the strength to keep on keeping up & give you divine protection under the circumstances"

Leon Cloete said:

"I salute you! Now THIS is what I call being a real role model. Love & respect"

Anel Pelser said:

"Thank you for sharing and thank you for what you do"

In other news, Madagascar has sent its locally made COVID-19 "herbal medicine" to 15 African countries in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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President Andry Rajoelina launched the herbal tea named COVID-Organics (CVO), on Monday, April 20, claiming the concoction cured COVID-19 patients.

On his Instagram page on Friday, May 1, Rajoelina said the "herbal medicine" would be availed to all coronavirus patients in all friendly countries across the African continent and around the world.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that a pregnant woman who tested positive for coronavirus in Miga local government area of Jigawa state had died.

The woman, who was from Zareka ward, died at an isolation centre on Sunday, May 3.

The woman's death was confirmed by a member of the state task force. The source said she had a miscarriage at the facility and bled to death. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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