The first things first campaign hosted by CDM together with the department of health and Capricorn College of Tvet continued to be a success.
On the 11th of March 2019, the campaign was held at the Ramokgopa campus, on the 12th of March 2019 it was held at the Polokwane campus and yesterday the 13th of March 2019 it was held at the Seshego campus, where students showed up in numbers to check their Hiv status.
During an interaction with some of the students, they expressed their gratitude to the municipality for bringing the campaign to their campus saying this will encourage them to live a responsible lifestyle and also to know their Hiv status.
Mokgadi Pula who is responsible for health and wellness at the school said that the students are responding positively because they are aware of such programmes and peer educators also go around the campus encouraging students to go and test.
Tebogo Raphahlela who is one of the peer educators said that she likes and enjoy her responsibility and she finds that her peers are free to discuss these issues with her because they are of the same age.