- 14 years ago, Sibusiso's life was in danger
- He was nursed back to health at Hillcrest AIDS Centre
- Today, he's full of life and is a taxi driver
14 years ago, Sibusiso was battling to stay alive because of illnesses associated with his HIV-positive status.
Fortunately, the Respite Unit at Hillcrest AIDS Centre in KwaZulu-Natal nursed him back to health, Briefly.co.za learned.
He is now 32 years old, full of life, and working as a taxi driver. He visited the Centre last week because, as he said, it's special to him.
The Centre posted a picture of Sibusiso on its Facebook page and shared his amazing story. The jovial taxi driver said:
This place is very special to me. I owe my life to this place, as I learnt the importance of looking after my health.
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Sibusiso said he tells his story to as many people as possible in a bid to encourage them to get tested and know their HIV status. He added:
There's no excuse for not getting tested. Make the right choice and choose life!
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